Module 8: Attributes of Persons, families, corporate bodies (RDA

Report
Teaching RDA
Train-the-trainer course for
RDA: Resource Description and Access
Presented by the National Library of Australia
September – November 2012
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Module 8
Attributes of Persons, families,
corporate bodies (RDA Section 3)
Section 3
Learning Outcomes
• Identify data elements recorded in name
authority records
• Construct access points for persons, families
and corporate bodies
Section 3
Overview
Covers
• Recording attributes (in authority record)
• Constructing access points
• Variant access points
Does NOT cover
• Choosing access points
– See Section 6: Relationships to persons, families
and corporate bodies.
Section 3
Overview (Cont.)
• NEW entity for Family
• Identifiers
– URIs associated with persons, families and
corporate bodies OR the surrogate for same (eg.
authority record)
– Core element
– No truly international system as yet
Section 3
Overview (Cont.)
Section 3
Overview (Cont.)
Section 3
Chapter 8: General guidelines
Chapter 8
8.3 Core elements
Recording attributes
– Core
– Core if needed to distinguish between similar
names
Constructing access points
• “Core” elements do not apply
• “Preferred name” + selected elements if
needed
Chapter 8
8.4 Language and
script
Preferred Name
• Language that appears in the source
• Alternative to transliterate
Other elements
• Check each rule for differences
• Generally, language of agency
Chapter 8
8.5 General guidelines
•
•
•
•
•
•
Capitalisation
Numbers expressed as numerals or words
Diacritics
Hyphens
Initials and acronyms
Abbreviations
Chapter 8
Other guidelines
• 8.6-8.7 Access points
– Summary of detailed instructions in each chapter
– “Constructing access points” =
• Authorised access point
• Variant access points
• 8.8-8.9 Scope and date of usage
– Scope notes
• 8.11 Undifferentiated name indicator
– MARC 008/32
Section 3
Chapter 9: Identifying Persons
Chapter 8 and 9
Scope of “person”
• RDA 8.1.2
– “An individual or an identity established by an
individual (either alone or in collaboration with
one or more other individuals)”
• RDA 9.0
– fictitious entities
• Miss Piggy, Snoopy, Dr. Who, etc.
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Chapter 9
Examples of
expanded scope
100 1# $a Ling Yeow, Poh.
245 10 $a Poh’s kitchen / $c Poh Ling Yeow.
100 1# $a Queen, Ellery.
245 10 $a The glass village / $cby Ellery
Queen [identity created by Frederic Dannay
and his cousin Manfred B. Lee]
100 0# $a
245 10 $a
by
700 1# $a
Miss Piggy.
Miss Piggy’s guide to life / $c
Miss Piggy as told to Henry Beard.
Beard, Henry.
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Chapter 9
9.2-9.18 Attributes
• The usual suspects
– Name, title, fuller form, dates, profession or
occupation, biographical information.
• Other information associated with names
– Gender, affiliation, country, address, language,
field of activity.
• Core attributes/elements
– Name, Dates, Title, Other designation, Identifier.
Chapter 9
9.2 Preferred name
• Establish all entities associated with a person
• Include in name element (ie MARC 1XX $a)
– Terms of relationships Eg. Sr, Jr.
– Terms of address Eg. Dr, Mr, Mrs
(only used in certain circumstances)
Chapter 9
Preferred name
100 1_ $a Baron Cohen, Sacha $d 1971400 1_ $a Cohen, Sacha Baron, $d 1971100 1_ $a G., Ali,
400 0_ $a Ali G.
Multiple identities
of same person
100 1_ $a Sagdiyev, Borat
400 1_ $a Borat
100 1_$a Beeton, Mrs.
100 1_$aDavis, Samuel, Jr.
Terms of
relationship and
address now in $a
9.3 Dates
• Date of birth and/or death, period of activity
• Core in authority record
• Not core in access point unless need to
distinguish
• New MARC 046 field in authority
– $f and $g for birth and death dates
– $s and $t for period of activity
• No abbreviations
9.3 Dates
046 ## $f1836 $g1865
100 1# $a Beeton, Mrs
046 ## $f 1973
100 ## $a Johnson, Anna Marie, |d 1973-
046 ## $f1829
100 1# $a Macready, William, $d -1829.
9.4 Title
9.5 Fuller form
Title
• Core in authority record and required in
access point
– Only royalty, nobility, titles of honour, and
ecclesiastical rank
Fuller form
• Core if needed to distinguish
• Can record in access point even if not needed
• New MARC 378 field in authority record
New Elements
•
•
•
•
Gender (RDA 9.7; MARC 375)
Place of Birth (RDA 9.8; MARC 370)
Place of Death (RDA 9.19; MARC 370)
Country Associated with the Person (RDA
9.10; MARC 370)
• Place of Residence (RDA 9.11; MARC 370)
• Address of the Person (RDA 9.12; MARC 371)
More New
Elements
•
•
•
•
Affiliation (RDA 9.13; MARC 373)
Language of the Person (RDA 9.14; MARC 377)
Field of Activity (RDA 9.15; MARC 372)
Profession or Occupation (RDA 9.16; MARC
374) Core for NLA if readily ascertainable
• Biographical Information (RDA 9.17)
• Identifier (RDA 9.18) Core for NLA
100 1_ |a Baron Cohen, Sacha |d 1971400 1_ |a Cohen, Sacha Baron, |d 1971-
370
|a Hammersmith, London
374
|a comedian
375
|a male
377
|a eng
Chapter 9
9.19 Authorized
access points
• RDA 9.19.1.1: how to put together the
elements to construct an authorized access
point [with links back to specific elements]
– Preferred name is the basis
– Additions to the name as instructed under
9.19.1.2–9.19.1.7, in that order, as applicable
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Chapter 9
Additions to the
preferred name
• 9.19.1.2: title or other designation
associated with the person (required)
• 9.19.1.3: date of birth and/or death * ^
• 9.19.1.4: fuller form of name * ^
• 9.19.1.5: period of activity of person * ^
• 9.19.1.6: profession or occupation *
* = if needed to distinguish; ^ = option to add even if not needed
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Example records
000 00402cz a2200133n 450
001 5496212
005 20020621172756.0
008 011019n| acannaabn |n aaa c
010 __ |a no2001083678
035 __ |a (OCoLC)oca05608026
040 __ |a IArlh |b eng |c IArlh
053 _0 |a PR6119.C37
100 1_ |a Scarrow, Simon
670 __ |a Under the eagle, 2001, c2000: |b t.p. (Simon
Scarrow) jkt. (college teacher; lives in Norfolk, England)
Source: http://authorities.loc.gov/
Example records
000 00402cz a2200133n 450
001 5496212
005 20020621172756.0
008 011019n| acannaabn |n aaa c
010 __ |a no2001083678
035 __ |a (OCoLC)oca05608026
9.16
040 __ |a IArlh |b eng |c Iarlh |e rda
053 _0 |a PR6119.C37
9.7
100 1_ |a Scarrow, Simon
374 __ |a teacher
375 __ |a male
9.14
377 __ |a eng
670 __ |a Under the eagle, 2001, c2000: |b title page.
(Simon Scarrow) jacket. (college teacher; lives in Norfolk,
England)
Source: http://authorities.loc.gov/
Example records
000
00675nz a2200205n 450
001
9027124
005
20120628050914.0
008
120625n| azannaabn |a aaa
010
__ |a nb2012015253
035
__ |a (Uk)008514064
040
__ |a Uk |b eng |c Uk |e rda
046
__ |f 1973
100
1_ |a Johnson, Anna Marie, |d 1973372
__ |a Theology
373
__ |a Garrett Theological Seminary |2 naf |s 2010
374
__ |a theologian
375
__ |a female
377
__ |a eng
670
__ |a The Reformation as Christianization, 2012: |b title page (Anna
Marie Johnson) verso (born 1973; Visiting Assistant Professor of Reformation
History at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary since 2010)
Source: http://authorities.loc.gov/
Example records
000
00912cz a2200217n 450
001
8721625
005
20111026173902.0
008
110801n| azannaabn |n aaa c
010
__ |a no2011117968
035
__ |a (OCoLC)oca08931242
040
__ |a UPB |b eng |c UPB |e rda |d DLC
100
1_ |a Chamberlain, Lynn
370
__ |e Toquerville, Utah
373
__ |a Utah Division of Wildlife Resources
374
__ |a photographer
374
__ |a author
375
__ |a male
377
__ |a eng
670
__ |a Kolob Canyons, 1986, ©1986: |b back cover (Lynn Chamberlain;
produced by Lynn Chamberlain, Toquerville, Utah)
670
__ |a Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, website viewed 1 August 2011 |b
(Lynn Chamberlain; professional outdoor photographer over 30 years; lives in southern
Utah; Conservation outreach manager for the DWR Southern Region; frequents Kolob
area near Zion National Park; author of Close encounter with a condor)
Source: http://authorities.loc.gov/
Chapter 9
Exercise
Section 3
Chapter 10: Identifying families
Chapter 10
Scope of “family”
• Definition (RDA 8.1.2) = “two or more persons
related by birth, marriage, adoption, civil union, or
similar legal status, or who otherwise present
themselves as a family”
Not in AACR2
LC RDA: NASIG 2011 - Module
4, Slide 32
Chapter 10
Role of “family”
• Now considered creators, contributors, etc.
– Important for archives, museums, and special
collections
– Also possible for general library materials:
genealogy newsletters, family reunion
publications, etc.
LC RDA: NASIG 2011 - Module
4, Slide 33
Chapter 10
Attributes
• Core attributes
– Name, Type, Date, Identifier
• Other attributes
– Place, prominent member, hereditary title, family
history
• MARC fields
– 376 – family information
– Also 370, 665, 678
Chapter 10
Name of family
Families as authors vs. subject headings
• Ch. 10 applies to distinctive family entities
acting as creator/contributor, etc.
• When used as a subject, continue the current
subject cataloging policy for general family
name groupings (See H430 and H1631)
Adapted from LC RDA: NASIG
2011 - Module 4, Slide 35
Chapter 10
10.3 Type of family
• Scope = categorization or generic descriptor
for the type of family”
– Not a controlled vocabulary – cataloger’s choice
– “Family,” “Clan,” “Royal house,” “Dynasty,” etc.
!CORE ELEMENT!
• MARC X00: added in parentheses to the
preferred name
100 3# $a Ptolemaic (Dynasty)
LC RDA: NASIG 2011 - Module
4, Slide 36
Chapter 10
10.4 Date
DEFINITION
“a significant date associated with the family”
Eg.
– The period during which a royal house ruled
– The period during which a dynasty was in
ascendance
• MARC 376 $s and $t
100
376
3# $a Ptolemaic (Dynasty)
## $a Dynasty $s 305 B.C. $t 30 B.C.
Chapter 10
10.5 Place
DEFINITION
“a place where a family resides or has resided or
has some connection”
• Authorised form as per Chapter 16
• MARC 370
100
370
376
3# $a Ptolemaic (Dynasty)
## $e Egypt
## $a Dynasty $s 305 B.C. $t 30 B.C.
Chapter 10
– Prominent member
– Family history
100
370
376
500
678
10.6 – 10.8
Other elements
3# $a Ptolemaic (Dynasty)
## $e Egypt
## $a Dynasty $s 305 B.C. $t 30 B.C.
1# $w r $i Family member: $a Cleopatra,$c Queen of
Egypt,$d died 30 B.C.
## $a The Ptolemaic dynasty was the royal family which
ruled the Ptolemaic Empire in Egypt during the Hellenistic
period. They were the last dynasty of ancient Egypt...
Chapter 10
10.10.2 Variant names
– For THAT family only
– Hereditary titles
100
400
370
376
500
678
3# $a Ptolemaic (Dynasty)
3# $a Lagids (Dynasty)
## $e Egypt
## $a Dynasty $s 305 B.C. $t 30 B.C.
1# $w r $i Family member: $a Cleopatra,$c Queen of
Egypt, $d died 30 B.C.
## $a The Ptolemaic dynasty was the royal family wich
ruled the Ptolemaic Empire in Egypt during the Hellenistic
period. They were the last dynasty of ancient Egypt...
Chapter 10
Constructing
access points
• 10.10.1.2: type of family (required)
• 10.10.1.3: date associated with the
family (required)
• 10.10.1.4: place associated with the
•
family * ^
• 10.10.1.5: prominent member of the
•
family * ^
* = if need to distinguish; ^ = option to add even if not needed
Adapted from LC RDA: NASIG 2011
- Module 4, Slide 41
Chapter 10
MARC examples
• 100 3# $a Kennedy (Family :$c Washington,
D.C., $d 1947-2001)
• 100 3# $a Murdoch (Family :$g Murdoch,
Rupert, 1931-)
• 100 3# $a Tudor (Royal, $d 1485-1603)
Section 3
Chapter 11: Identifying corporate
bodies
Chapter 11
Scope of
“corporate body”
• Definition (RDA 8.1.2, Glossary) = “an
organization or group of persons and/or
organizations that is identified by a particular
name and that acts, or may act, as a unit”
• Scope (11.0) = includes ad hoc events (such as
athletic contests, exhibitions, expeditions,
fairs, & festivals) and vessels (e.g., ships &
spacecraft)
Adapted from LC RDA: NASIG
2011 - Module 4, Slide 44
Section 3, Chapter 11
Attributes
• The usual suspects
– Name, place, dates, number of conference, etc.
• Other information associated with names
– address, language, field of activity.
• Core attributes/elements
– Name, Dates, location and number of conference,
Identifier.
Chapter 11
11.2 Preferred name
• Mostly the same as AACR2
• More detail
• Lots of examples
47
Chapter 11
11.2 Preferred name
A few things to note:
• Not abbreviating “Department” (Appendix B.2)
• Language used – removal of English bias
(11.2.2.5.2)
• Include frequency in conference name
(11.2.2.1)
• Variant spellings: choose the form found in the
first resource received (RDA 11.2.2.5.1)
48
Chapter 11
11.3 Place
• Two categories:
– Location of conference, etc. CORE
– Location of headquarters (if needed to distinguish)
• Form of place:
– Preferred form of name (as prescribed in Chapter
16)
– Can abbreviate name of certain countries, states,
etc., as instructed in Appendix B
Adapted from LC RDA: NASIG
2011 - Module 4, Slide 48
Chapter 11
11.4 Date
Scope
• Date a conference was held
• Year(s) in which a corporate body was
established and/or terminated
!Both core elements!
Chapter 11
11.4 Date
MARC
• Conference date – 111 $d and 046 if desired
046
$s 2012
111 2# $a San Diego Comic-Con, $d 2012
• Year(s) of establishment/termination – 046 of
authority record and 110 $a or $b if needed.
110 2# $a Beatles
046
$s 1960 $t 1970
Chapter 11
11.4 Date
Examples:
046 ## $s1892$t1894
110 2# $aScientific Society of San Antonio (1892-1894)
046 ## $s1919$t1920
110 1# $aGermany.$bNationalversammlung (19191920)
046 ## $k1995
111 2# $aInternational Conference on Georgian
Psalmody$d(1995)
Chapter 11
Other elements
• AACR2 “additions” now elements
– Associated institution
• MARC notes
– Corporate history
– Address
• New elements from FRAD
– Field of activity
– Language of corporate body
Chapter 11
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
11.13.1.2:
11.13.1.3:
11.13.1.4:
11.13.1.5:
11.13.1.6:
11.13.1.7:
11.13.1.8:
Constructing the
access point
if name not conveying “body”
place associated with the body * ^
associated institution * ^
date associated with the body * ^
type of jurisdiction *
other designation * ^
number, date, location of a conference
* = if need to distinguish; ^ = option to add even if not needed
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Section 3, Chapter 11
Examples
110 2# $a World Cup (Cricket)
110 2# $a World Cup (Soccer)
111 2# $a VALA National Conference on Library Automation
$n(16th :$d 2012 : $c Melbourne, Vic.)
111 2# $a Burke and Wills Expedition $d (1860-1861)
110 1# $a Queensland. $b Department of Natural
Resources, Mines, and Energy
Example records
000
01032nz a2200229n 450
001
8699881
005
20110712062307.0
008
110711n| acannaabn |a ana c
010
__ |a no2011105822
035
__ |a (OCoLC)oca08910135
040
__ |a OrU |b eng |c OrU
046
__ |s 1994
110
2_ |a Bridge Builders International
370
__ |c U.S. |c Latvia |e Philomath, Or.
371
__ |a 205 S. 23rd Street |b Philomath |c Or. |d U.S. |e 97370 |m
[email protected]
371
__ |a P.O. Box 4073 |b Salem |c Or. |d U.S. |e 97302
372
__ |a Christian ministry
377
__ |a eng
410
2_ |a BBI
670
__ |a Pārsteidzošais tēva plāns, 2006: |b page 14 (Bridge Builders International)
670
__ |a OCLC, July 11, 2011 |b (hdg: Bridge Builders International)
670
__ |a Bridge Builders International WWW site, July 11, 2011 |b (Bridge Builders
International; BBI; Oregon-based Christian ministry that focuses on the nation of Latvia;
established in 1994; 205 S. 23rd Street, Philomath, Or. 97370; P.O. Box 4073, Salem, Or.
Source: http://authorities.loc.gov/
97302; [email protected])
Example records
RDA Test records
110 1_ |a Wisconsin. |b Dept. of Transportation
410 1_ |a Wisconsin. |b Transportation, Dept. of
410 2_ |a WisDOT 670 __ |a Implementing transportation research, 2002:
|b cover (Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation; WisDOT)
710 14 |a Wisconsin. |b Department of Transportation
952 __ |a RETRO
953 __ |a xx00 |b ga37
Source: http://authorities.loc.gov/
Section 3
Summary
• Structure of section three of RDA
• Recording attributes of persons, families and
corporate bodies
• Constructing access points for persons,
families and corporate bodies

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