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RDA for Law CatalogersCataloging New Editions of Monographspresented at the AALL Annual Meeting 2012July 21, 2012 (revised July 31, 2012)
George PragerNew York University Law School
Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Overview of presentation:A more in-depth look at my morning presentationFocusing on new editions of monographsWhen to treat asnewworkWhen to treat as expression ofsameworkHow torelatesuccessive monographic editionsWhether they are considered new works or new expressions
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Review of general principles: differentiating worksRDA(6.27.1.1): Differentiate two works with same or similar preferred titleLC practice:do so only for two works with otherwise same authorized access point (AAP)2.RDA:record the elements either as additions to AAP for the work, as separate elements, or bothLC practice:(due to MARC 21 limitations?) : always add to AAPs in cases of conflict, & optionally as separate elements
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Review of general principles: works (cont.):3. Add any of the following:Form of workDate of workPlace of origin of workOther distinguishing characteristics
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Review of general principles: expressions1. Construct access points for all expressions of the same work by beginning with AAP for the work2. Differentiate expressions of same work (RDA 6.27.3)LC practice: only in certain cases: translations, etc.Other expressions are identified by edition statements, date of publication, etc., in other parts of record
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
New Editions of Monographs:Is it a new expression of the SAME work, or a new (related) work?Treat as a new work when:New edition is adaptation or revision of previous edition, and is presented chiefly as work of adapter/reviser (RDA 6.27.1.5)
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Treat as a new work (cont.):Usually,creatorofprioreditionnolongerin statement of responsibility (SOR)fortitleor foreditionstatement asauthoror co-author ofworkOR:Same creator,butnewresourcewith muchdifferent scope of content or coverage (sometimes indicated by title change or other information)
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Treat as a new work (cont.):Donot collocate underAAP for earlier workIfAAPsfor related works otherwise the same, differentiate themby making additions toAAPfornewwork (RDA/LCPS 6.27.1.9)
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Treating as a new work (cont.):If applicable, follow specialadditions for laws (6.29.1.32), treaties, etc. (6.29.1.33), and other legal works (6.29.1.34)Referencingrelated works:Recommended, but not required, to use one or more of RDA’s methods to relate works (RDA 24.1 and 25.1):identifier, structured description, unstructured description or anAAP
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Referencing related works (cont.):LC recommends using unstructured description or AAP (7XX name/title), rather than linking entry fields to relate 2 monographic worksLC does not use 780/785 to relate monographic works (or expressions) to eachotherNo PCC policy
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Relationship designators for works: (Appendix J.2)Expanded version of (work):Expanded as (work):Supersedes (work):Superseded by (work):Supersedes in part (work):Superseded in part by (work):
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Relationship designators forworks (cont.):Donot use $i “Continues work:” and “Continued by work:” to relate 2 monographic works (RDAendorses only for serials)Donot use relationship designator “Revision of:”,(appliesonly toexpressions)
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Linking entry fields for monographic works:MARC 780 02, 785 02(No $i, displays: “Supersedes/Superseded by) ”MARC 780 03, 785 03(No $i, displays “Supersedes in part/Superseded in part by”)MARC 787with $i for more complex casesDo not use MARC 775 to relate works
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Referencing related works:100 1# $aSacher, Sigismund, $e author.245 1# #aSacheron torts / $c SigismundSacher; with the assistance of Junichiro Smith.250 ## $a First edition.------------------100 1# $a Smith, Junichiro, $e author.245 1# $aSacheron torts / $c Junichiro Smith.250 ## $a Second edition.700 1# $aSacher, Sigismund. $tSacheron torts.
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Treat as expression of SAME work when:No evidence of major change in focus and:Same creator when both editions have only oneFor collaborative works:First listed creator of earlier editionstillin SOR for title proper or SOR for the edition (RDA 6.27.1.3)Creator names may be in same or different order in later edition
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
100 1# $a Ferber, Brad, $e author.245 10 $a RDA cataloging for dummies / $cBrad Ferber and John Frad.250 ## $a First edition.-----------------100 1# $a Ferber, Brad, $e author.245 10 $a RDA cataloging for dummies / $c John Frad andBrad Ferber.250 ## $a Second edition.Treat as expressions of the same work, with same AAP for both editions; What would AACR2 do?
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Expressions of the same work (Cont.)Same creator, but title proper has changed:Use the preferred title of the original work or how it has become known in 130 or 240 if title proper of latest edition differs (RDA 6.27.1.5)
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Relating expressions of the same work:RDA (24.4, 26) allows the same techniques as for relating works: identifier, AAP, structured and unstructured descriptionsLC recommends relating expressions by using unstructured description (500) or structured description (500, 580, or linking entry field)
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Referencing relatedexpressions(cont.):Someexpressionlevel relationship designators to relate successive editions ofmonographs (Appendix J.3):Revised as:Revision of:Supersedes(expression):Superseded by(expression):Supersedes in part(expression):Superseded in part by(expression):
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Linking entry fields used to relate monographic expressions:MARC 775 with: “$i Revision of/Revised as”MARC 780 02, 785 02(No $i, displays: “Supersedes/Superseded by) ”MARC 780 03, 785 03(No $i, displays “Supersedes in part/Superseded in part by”)MARC 787with $i for more complex cases
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Linkingentry fieldsused to relate monographicexpressions (cont.):Donot use “$i Continues (expression):”, “$i Continued by (expression):”(RDA does not endorse for monographs)Do not use MARC 21 equivalent: 780/785 2ndindicator “0” to relate monographsLC prefers 775; does not use 780/785 here
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
77508 $i Revision of: $a Gullon, Ismael. $t An unvarnished history of TS-SIS. First edition. New York : Cataloging Press, 2009 …OR:500 ## $aRevision of the author’sAn unvarnished historyof TS-SIS.RDA allows, but LCdoes not usually add reciprocal link “775 08 $i “Revised as:” on record for prior edition (no PCC policy as yet)Do you think this should be left up to cataloger?
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Relating expressions of same work cataloged in different cataloging codes: pre-RDA AAPdiffersLC suggests (Revised editions of monographs, slides 19-21):No need torecatalog related expression in RDA!Name work in bib record according to RDADon’t use 130/240 or 7XX added entryOptionally, use unstructured or structured description to relate expressions (500 or 775)If cataloging in OCLC and wishing to use 775, simply use “insert from cited record” technique
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Example 1:RDA form of 1stcreator’s name:Lenaerts,KoenraadOriginal edition:Constitutional law of the European Union / byKoenLenaertsand Piet VanNuffel; Robert Bray, editor. London : Sweet & Maxwell, 1999Second edition:Constitutional law of the European Union / byKoenLenaertsand Piet VanNuffel; Robert Bray, editor. Second edition. London : Thomson/Sweet & Maxwell, c2005Most common situation: same creator, same title. No need for uniform title
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Example 1 (cont.):Second edition:Constitutional law of the European Union / byKoenLenaertsand Piet VanNuffel; Robert Bray, editor. Second edition. London : Thomson/Sweet & Maxwell, c2005Third edition:European Union law / byKoenLenaerts, Piet VanNuffel; editors, Robert Bray, NathanCambien. Third edition. London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2011Same creator, different titles proper. Do we need uniform title here in RDA? What would AACR2 do?
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Example 1: Practice instructions:On three separate worksheets, give at leastthe following RDA elements (if applicable) for the 3 editions:Creator; Title proper; Preferred title for the workStatement of responsibility (SOR) relating to title properDesignation of edition; Date of publicationOther person … associated with a workFor the latestedition, also relate to prior edition using structured or unstructureddescription
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Example 1 (cont): RDA cataloging fororiginal edition:Creator:Lenaerts,Koenraad, authorTitle proper:Constitutional law of the European UnionPreferred title for the work:Constitutional law of the European UnionSORrelating to title proper:byKoenLenaertsand Piet VanNuffel; Robert Bray, editorDate of publication:1999Other person, family, or corporate body associated with a work:Nuffel, Piet Van, authorBray, Robert, editor
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Example 1 (cont.): RDA cataloging forsecond edition:Creator:Lenaerts,Koenraad, authorTitle proper:Constitutional law of the European UnionPreferred title for the work:Constitutional law of the European UnionSORrelating to title proper:byKoenLenaertsand Piet VanNuffel; Robert Bray, editorDesignation of edition:Second editionDate of publication:[2005]Other person, family, or corporate body associated with a work:Nuffel, Piet Van, author Bray, Robert, editor
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Example 1 (cont.): RDA cataloging forthird edition:Creator:Lenaerts,Koenraad, authorTitle proper:European Union lawPreferred title for the work:Constitutional law of the European UnionSORrelating to title proper:byKoenLenaerts, Piet VanNuffel; editors, Robert Bray, NathanCambien
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Example 1 (cont.): RDA cataloging forthirdedition(slide 2 of 2):Designationof edition:Third editionDate of publication:2011Related expression:Revision of:Lenaerts,Konraad. Constitutional law of the European Union. Second edition. London : Thomson/Sweet & Maxwell, [2005](If linked to AACR2 record in database, linking entry would be in AACR2 form)
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Creating New Editions of Monographs
Example 1:SummarySame creator for all three editions; no drastic change in scope, so the three editions are considered successive expressions of the same workSince the third edition has a different title proper than the second edition, the editions are collocated with the same preferred title.Major change from AACR2, which would not use a uniform title, but instead an “edition history” note, and a “related work added entry” to earlier expressionOptional but helpful to include structured description or unstructured note when prior edition has different title proper
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Creating New Editions of Monographs
Example2:Edition you are cataloging using RDA:Modern criminal procedure : cases, comments and questions / by YaleKamisar, Wayne R.LaFave, Jerold H. Israel, Nancy J. King, Orin S. Kerr, EveBrensikePrimus. Thirteenth edition. St. Paul, MN : West, a Thomson Reuters business, c2012---------Prior edition:Modern criminal procedure : cases, comments, questions / YaleKamisar,Wayne R.LaFave, Jerold H. Israel, Nancy J. King, Orin S.Kerr. Twelfth edition. St. Paul, MN : Thomson/West, c2008AACR2 record for this edition in WorldCat
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Example2(cont):Practice instructionsOn a new worksheet, give at least the following RDA elements (if applicable) for the latest edition:Creator; Title properOther titleinformationSORrelating to titleproperDesignation ofedition; DateofpublicationStructured or unstructured description of related expression (prior edition)
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Example2(cont):Edition you are cataloging:Creator:Kamisar, Yale, authorTitleproper:Modern criminal procedureOther title information:cases, comments and questionsSORrelating to title proper:by YaleKamisar, WayneR.LaFave, Jerold H. Israel, Nancy J. King, Orin S. Kerr, EveBrensikePrimusOR use:by YaleKamisar[and five others]
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Example 2 (cont):Edition you arecataloging (slide 2 of 2),withAACR2linking entry to prior edition:Designation of edition:Thirteenth editionDate of publication:[2012]Related expression:Revision of: Modern criminal procedure. 12thed. St. Paul, MN : Thomson/West, c2008
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Example 2:Discussion points1. Is the newer edition a collaboration or a compilation? What do you do in case of doubt? (RDA 19.2.1.1, 6.27.1.3-6.27.1.4)2. What would be the AAP for this edition?3.Is it required to name all of the co-authors in thestatementof responsibility? (RDA 2.4.1.5)3. Is it required to give access points for all of the co-authors? Do all the access points need to be justified? (RDA 19.2.1)4. If using a linking entry to the 12thedition, what form of entry would you use? Is it required to recatalog it according to RDA in order to provide the correct RDA form?
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Cataloging New Editions of Monographs
Thank you!Further questions?pragerg@exchange.law.nyu.edu
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