Introduction to Cataloging and Classification, 11th Edition

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Introduction to Cataloging and Classification, 11th Edition

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  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Preface to the Eleventh Edition
  • Acknowledgments
  • Part I: Introduction
    • 1—Cataloging in Context
      • Introduction
      • Information Organization
        • Definitions
        • Components of Information Organization
        • Functions of Bibliographic Tools
        • Uses of Information Organization
      • Catalogs
        • Definition and Functions
        • Arrangements of Online Catalogs
        • Components of Catalog Systems
      • Cataloging
        • Encoding
        • Descriptive Cataloging
        • Subject Analysis
        • Authority Control
        • Cooperative and Copy Cataloging
      • Formats of Metadata Records In Catalogs
      • Metadata and the Semantic Web
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 2—Development of Catalogs and Cataloging Codes
      • Introduction
      • Forms of Catalogs
      • Criteria for Judging Catalogs
      • Arrangement of Records in a Catalog
        • Classified Catalogs
        • Alphabetical Catalogs
      • Development of Cataloging Rules/Guidelines
        • Anglo-American Cataloging Rules (AACR)
        • Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, Second Edition (AACR2)
        • RDA: Resource Description & Access
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
  • Part II: Description and Access
    • 3—Description and Access: Underlying Principles and Conceptual Models
      • Introduction
      • International Cataloguing Principles
        • General Principles
        • Entities, Relationships, and Attributes
        • Objectives and Functions of the Catalogue
        • Bibliographic Description and Access Points
        • Foundations for Search Capabilities
      • Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR)
        • What Is FRBR?
        • FRBR User Tasks
        • FRBR Entities, Attributes, and Inherent Relationships
        • FRBR Relationships
        • Conclusions of the FRBR Study
      • Functional Requirements for Authority Data (FRAD)
        • What Is FRAD?
        • FRAD User Tasks
        • FRAD Entities, Attributes, and Inherent Relationships
        • FRAD Relationships
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 4—RDA Basics
      • Introduction
      • RDA: A Prologue
        • What Is RDA?
        • Data Types
        • Terminology
      • Features of RDA
        • Policy Statements
        • Core Elements
        • Examples
        • Alternatives, Options, and Exceptions
      • RDA Introduction
        • Purpose and Scope
        • Implementation Scenarios
        • Objectives and Principles Governing RDA
        • Structural Overview
      • Pre-Cataloging Decisions and Considerations
        • Mode of Issuance
        • Bibliographic Relationships
        • Types of Description
        • Technical Reading of a Resource to Be Cataloged
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 5—Manifestations and Items
      • Introduction
      • Recording Metadata Elements
        • RDA 1.4 Language and Script
        • RDA 1.7 Transcription
        • RDA 1.8-1.9 Numbers and Dates
        • RDA 1.10 Notes
        • RDA 1.11 Facsimiles and Reproductions
      • Additional Pre-Cataloging Considerations
      • Describing Manifestations and Items
        • RDA 2.3 Titles
        • RDA 2.4 Statements of Responsibility
        • RDA 2.5 Edition Statement
        • RDA 2.6 Numbering of Serials
        • RDA 2.7-2.10 Dissemination Information
        • RDA 2.11 Copyright Date
        • RDA 2.12 Series Statements
        • RDA 2.13-2.17 Other Manifestation Elements
        • RDA 2.18-2.21 Item Attributes
      • Describing Carriers
        • RDA 3.1 General Guidelines on Describing Carriers
        • RDA 3.2 Media Type
        • RDA 3.3 Carrier Type
        • RDA 3.4 Extent
        • RDA 3.5 Dimensions
        • Format-specific Elements
      • Providing Acquisition and Access Information
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 6—Works and Expressions
      • Introduction
      • Recording Attributes of Works and Expressions
        • RDA 5.1 Terminology
        • RDA 5.2 Functional Objectives and Principles
        • RDA 5.3 Core Elements
        • RDA 5.4 Language and Script
        • RDA 5.5-5.6 Authorized and Variant Access Points: Titles for Works and Expressions
        • General Elements for Authority Data
      • Describing Works and Expressions
        • RDA 6.2 Title of the Work
        • Work-related Elements
        • Expression-related Elements
        • RDA 6.27 Constructing Access Points
        • Instructions for Special Materials
      • Describing Content
        • RDA 7.1 General Guidelines on Describing Content
        • Work-related Elements
        • Expression-related Elements
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 7—Persons, Families, Places, and Corporate Bodies
      • Introduction
      • Recording Attributes of Persons, Families, and Corporate Bodies
        • RDA 8.1 Terminology
        • RDA 8.2 Functional Objectives and Principles
        • RDA 8.3 Core Elements
        • RDA 8.4 Language and Script
        • RDA 8.5 General Guidelines on Recording Names
        • RDA 8.6 Access Points Representing Persons, Families, and Corporate Bodies
          • General Elements for Authority Data
      • Identifying Persons
        • RDA 9.2 Names of Persons
        • Additional Elements for Persons
        • RDA 9.19 Creating Access Points for the Person
      • Identifying Families
        • RDA 10.2 Name of the Family
        • Variant Name for the Family
        • Additional Elements for Families
        • RDA 10.11 Creating Access Points for the Family
      • Identifying Places
        • RDA 16.2 Name of the Place
      • Identifying Corporate Bodies
        • RDA 11.2 Names of Corporate Bodies
        • Additional Elements for Corporate Bodies
        • RDA 11.13 Creating Access Points for the Corporate Body
        • Names and Access Points for Conferences, Meetings, etc.
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 8—Relationships and the Use of Access Points
      • Introduction
      • Recording Primary Relationships between Work, Expression, Manifestation, & Item
        • Elements for Primary Relationships among WEMI
      • Relationships between PFCs and the Group 1 Entities
        • RDA Chapter 18 General Guidelines
      • Relationships between PFCs and Works
        • RDA 19.2 Creator
        • RDA 19.2.1.3 Recording Creators
        • RDA 19.3 Other Person, Family, or Corporate Body Associated with a Work
      • Relationships between PFCs and Expressions
      • Relationships between PFCs and Manifestations/Items
      • Relationships among Group 1 Entities
        • RDA Chapter 24 General Guidelines
        • RDA Chapters 25-26 Related Works and Expressions
        • RDA Chapters 27-28 Related Manifestations and Items
      • Relationships among Group 2 Entities
        • RDA Chapter 30-32 Related Persons, Families, and Corporate Bodies
      • Subject-Based Relationships in RDA
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 9—RDA Metadata in the MARC Format
      • Introduction
      • Original Cataloging Example
        • Initial Steps
        • RDA Instructions for Manifestations and Items
        • RDA Instructions for Carriers
        • RDA Instructions for Works and Expressions
        • Relationships and Access Points
      • Placing the Original Cataloging Example Into MARC
        • Fixed Field Data Elements
        • MARC Fields for Manifestation and Item Elements
        • MARC Fields for Carrier Elements and Accompanying Materials
        • MARC Fields for Content Elements
        • MARC Fields for Access Points and Notes Representing Relationships
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
  • Part III: Authority Control
    • 10—Authority Control
      • Introduction
      • Authority Control and Functions of the Catalog
      • Fundamentals of Authority Control
        • Standardization
        • Uniqueness
        • Connections
      • System Design
      • Lack of Authority Control
      • Authority Work
        • Name and Title Authority Work
        • Subject Authority Work
      • Creation of Authority Files
      • Maintenance of Authority Systems
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
  • Part IV: Subject Access
    • 11—Subject Access
      • Introduction
      • Subject Analysis Process
      • Challenges in Subject Analysis
      • Attitudes Toward Subject Access
      • Alphabetical and Classified Approaches to Subjects
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 12—Verbal Subject Access
      • Introduction
      • Basic Concepts and Structure of Subject Headings
        • The Choice of Subject Headings
        • The Number of Subject Headings
        • Relationships among Subject Terms
        • Equivalence Relationships
        • Hierarchical Relationships
        • Scope Notes
        • General Principles of Controlled Vocabularies
        • Principles of Creation
        • Principles of Application
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 13—Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH)
      • Introduction
      • Background
      • Formats and Supplementary Tools
      • Applying Subject Headings
      • Topical Subject Headings
        • Structure
        • Semantics
      • Proper Name Headings
        • Personal, Family, and Corporate Names, and the Titles of Works
        • Geographic Names
      • Headings Formerly Omitted from LCSH
      • General Characteristics of LCSH
        • Syndetic (Reference) Structure
        • General References
        • Scope Notes
        • Subdivisions
        • Filing Arrangement
      • Genre/Form Terms
      • Subject Headings for Children’s and Young Adults’ Materials
      • Faceted Application of Subject Terminology (FAST)
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 14—Sears List of Subject Headings (Sears)
      • Introduction
      • Terminology
        • Modernization of Terminology
      • Use of Subject Heading Theory in Sears
        • References
      • Structure of Subject Headings
      • Types of Subdivisions
        • Subdivisions of Broad Application
        • Subdivisions of Limited Application
        • Chronological Subdivisions
        • Geographic Headings and Subdivisions
      • Headings for Belles-Lettres
      • Physical Characteristics and Format of Sears List of Subject Headings
      • Updating
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 15—Other Verbal Access Systems
      • Introduction
      • Document Indexing
      • Hierarchical Controlled Vocabularies
        • Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)
        • BISAC Subject Headings List
        • Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms
        • Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors
        • Inspec Thesaurus
        • Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT)
      • Coordinate Indexing
      • Automatic Indexing Methods
        • KWIC and KWOC Indexing
        • Extraction of Words
        • Term Frequency and Linguistic Methods
        • Ontologies
        • Computer-Aided Indexing
      • Switching Languages
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 16—Classification
      • Introduction
      • Library Classification
      • Traditional Classification Schemes
      • Faceted Classification
      • Criteria for a Successful Classification Scheme
      • Broad and Close Classification
      • General Principles of Classifying
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 17—Decimal Classification
      • Introduction
      • Basic Concepts
      • Schedule Format
        • Summaries
        • Entries in Schedules
        • Notes
      • Completely Revised Schedules in Recent Editions
      • Number Building
        • Adding from Tables
        • Adding from Other Parts of the Schedules
      • The Relative Index
      • Broad and Close Classification
      • Updating
      • Abridged Editions
      • WebDewey
      • Difficulties: Long Numbers, Relocations, and Dissatisfaction
      • Universal Decimal Classification (UDC)
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 18—Library of Congress Classification (LCC)
      • Introduction
      • Classification Tools and Aids
        • Updating
        • Indexing
      • Basic Features
      • Schedule Format
        • External Format
        • Internal Format
      • Notation
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 19—Creation of Complete Call Numbers
      • Introduction
      • Cutter Numbers Devised by Charles A. Cutter
      • Cutter Numbers Devised by the Library of Congress (LC)
        • Reserved Cutter Numbers
        • Additions to LC Call Numbers
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 20—Other Classification Systems
      • Introduction
      • Cutter’s Expansive Classification
      • Brown’s Subject Classification
      • Bliss’s Bibliographic Classification
      • Special Classification Schemes
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
  • Part V: Formatting and Presentation
    • 21—MARC Encoding
      • Introduction
      • Introduction to MAchine-Readable Cataloging (MARC)
        • Formats
        • Components of the MARC 21 Bibliographic Record
        • Duplicate Information Entry in MARC 21
        • Components of MARC 21 Authority Records
      • MARC Input Conventions and Punctuation
      • Display of MARC Bibliographic Records
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 22—Alternative Containers for Metadata
      • Introduction
      • Dublin Core
        • Dublin Core Basics
        • Dublin Core and RDA
        • Dublin Core Examples
      • Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS)
        • MODS Basics
        • MODS and RDA
      • Bibframe: Successor to MARC?
        • Library Linked Data
        • Linked Open Data
        • Library LOD: Use Cases
        • Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME)
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
    • 23—International Standard Bibliographic Description (ISBD)
      • Introduction
      • The Origins of ISBD
      • Purpose, Objectives, and Principles
      • The Structure of the ISBD
        • Basis of Description and Sources of Information
        • Punctuation
      • ISBD: Comparisons to Other Standards
        • Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) and ISBD
        • RDA: Resource Description & Access and ISBD
        • The Semantic Web and ISBD
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
  • Part VI: Administrative Issues
    • 24—Cataloging Management and Support
      • Introduction
      • The Catalog Environment
        • Integrated Library Systems and Discovery Environments
        • Library Services Platforms
      • Cataloging-Related Metadata
        • Authority Records and Files
        • Lifecycle Metadata
        • Shelflists
      • Cataloging Routines
        • Copy Cataloging
        • Original Cataloging
        • Catalog Department Manuals
        • Workforms
        • Catalog Maintenance
        • Re-cataloging and Re-classification
      • Cataloging Support
        • Bibliographic Services of the Library of Congress
        • Program for Cooperative Cataloging
        • Bibliographic Networks
      • Centralized Processing and Cooperative Systems
        • Cooperative Systems
        • Cataloging Support Tools
        • Commercial Processing
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Suggested Reading
  • Appendices:
    • Appendix A: RDA Outline
      • 0: Introduction
      • Section 1: Recording Attributes of Manifestation & Item
      • Section 2: Recording Attributes of Work & Expression
      • Section 3: Recording Attributes of Person, Family, & Corporate Body
      • Section 4: Recording Attributes of Concept, Object, Event & Place
      • Section 5: Recording Primary Relationships between Work, Expression, Manifestation, & Item
      • Section 6: Recording Relationships to Persons, Families, & Corporate Bodies
      • Section 7: Recording Relationships to Concepts, Objects, Events, & Places
      • Section 8: Recording Relationships between Works, Expressions, Manifestations, & Items
      • Section 9: Recording Relationships between Persons, Families, & CorporateBodies
      • Section 10: Recording Relationships between Concepts, Objects, Events, & Places
      • Appendices
      • Glossary
    • Appendix B: ICC11 RDA Book Template
  • Glossary of Selected Terms and Abbreviations
  • Selected Bibliography
    • General Works
    • History
    • Descriptive Cataloging
      • Description and Access
      • Bibliographic Relationships
    • Authority Control
    • Subject Analysis
      • General
      • Verbal Subject Access
      • Classification
    • Arrangement
    • Formatting and Presentation
    • Administrative Issues
    • Resources for Current Information and Updating
  • Index
  • About the Authors

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