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1 Notable Differences between AACR2 and RDA Provisions Hideyuki Morimoto

2 Proviso RDA not yet finalized RDA not yet finalized Presentation based on full draft, fall 2008Presentation based on full draft, fall 2008 Subject to change at Mar JSC MeetingSubject to change at Mar JSC Meeting Some parts in fall 2008 draft contradicting with each other or unclearSome parts in fall 2008 draft contradicting with each other or unclear 3/25/20092

3 Proviso--cont. Even when RDA is finalized, some outstanding issues still anticipated to remain with JSC; RDA to be further revised after initial release Even when RDA is finalized, some outstanding issues still anticipated to remain with JSC; RDA to be further revised after initial release Unknown as to which agencies will or will not adopt RDA Unknown as to which agencies will or will not adopt RDA 3/25/20093

4 Proviso--cont. RDA with many alternatives and options (0.8) RDA with many alternatives and options (0.8) Possibility of substantial differences in provisions application among agencies preparing data using RDAPossibility of substantial differences in provisions application among agencies preparing data using RDA Differences between AACR2 and RDA presented selectively Differences between AACR2 and RDA presented selectively 3/25/20094

5 Notation on Slides Unconventional notation on slides: Unconventional notation on slides: PublicationsPublications 2:AACR2 2:AACR2 D:RDA D:RDA CategoriesCategories P:Provision P:Provision E:Example E:Example LanguagesLanguages W:one of European (Western) languages W:one of European (Western) languages [C/J/K as usual] [C/J/K as usual] 3/25/20095

6 Notation on Slides--cont. e.g., 2-Pfor AACR2 provision 2-Pfor AACR2 provision D-E-Kfor an RDA example in Korean D-E-Kfor an RDA example in Koreanetc. 3/25/20096

7 Model, Structure, Category D-P D-P Modeled after FRBR and FRARModeled after FRBR and FRAR Fundamental distinction throughout among work, expression, manifestation, and item Fundamental distinction throughout among work, expression, manifestation, and item Description chapters not by format, but by elementDescription chapters not by format, but by element No more specific section for early printed resources No more specific section for early printed resources Access chapters now include:Access chapters now include: Families Families Place holder for concepts Place holder for concepts 3/25/20097

8 Square Brackets for Adjacent Elements 2-P:When adjacent elements within one area are to be enclosed in square brackets, enclose them in one set of square brackets … (1.0C1) 2-P:When adjacent elements within one area are to be enclosed in square brackets, enclose them in one set of square brackets … (1.0C1) D-P:When adjacent elements within one area are to be enclosed in square brackets, enclose each in its own set of square brackets. (D.2.2.1, rev. Nov. 2008) D-P:When adjacent elements within one area are to be enclosed in square brackets, enclose each in its own set of square brackets. (D.2.2.1, rev. Nov. 2008) 3/25/20098

9 Square Brackets for Adjacent Elements--cont. 2-E-C: 2-E-C: [Taipei : ], D-E-C: D-E-C: [Taipei] : [ ], /25/20099

10 Full Stop at End of Element & Prescribed Punctuation 2-P:When an element ends with an abbreviation followed by a full stop or ends with the mark of omission and the punctuation following that element either is or begins with a full stop, omit the full stop that constitutes or begins the prescribed punctuation. (1.0C1) 2-P:When an element ends with an abbreviation followed by a full stop or ends with the mark of omission and the punctuation following that element either is or begins with a full stop, omit the full stop that constitutes or begins the prescribed punctuation. (1.0C1) 3/25/200910

11 Full Stop at End of Element & Prescribed Punctuation--cont. D-P:When an element ends with an abbreviation followed by a full stop or ends with the mark of omission and the punctuation following that element either is or begins with a full stop, include the full stop that constitutes or begins the prescribed punctuation. (D.2.2.1, rev. Nov. 2008) D-P:When an element ends with an abbreviation followed by a full stop or ends with the mark of omission and the punctuation following that element either is or begins with a full stop, include the full stop that constitutes or begins the prescribed punctuation. (D.2.2.1, rev. Nov. 2008) 3/25/200911

12 Full Stop at End of Element & Prescribed Punctuation--cont. in source of information: 3rd ed. 2-E-W: 2-E-W: 3rd ed. -- D-E-W: D-E-W: 3rd ed /25/200912

13 Levels of Description 2-P:1st, 2nd, 3rd levels of description (1.0D) 2-P:1st, 2nd, 3rd levels of description (1.0D) D-P:core elements (0.6); optional elements (passim) D-P:core elements (0.6); optional elements (passim) 2-E:place of publ.: recording required with 2nd and 3rd levels of desc., but not with 1st level of desc. 2-E:place of publ.: recording required with 2nd and 3rd levels of desc., but not with 1st level of desc. D-E:place of publ.: optional element D-E:place of publ.: optional element 3/25/200913

14 Inaccuracy 2-P:In an area where transcription from the item is required, transcribe an inaccuracy or a misspelled word as it appears in the item. Follow such an inaccuracy either by [sic] or by i.e. and the correction within square brackets. Supply a missing letter or letters in square brackets. (1.0F1) 2-P:In an area where transcription from the item is required, transcribe an inaccuracy or a misspelled word as it appears in the item. Follow such an inaccuracy either by [sic] or by i.e. and the correction within square brackets. Supply a missing letter or letters in square brackets. (1.0F1) 3/25/200914

15 Inaccuracy--cont. D-P:When instructed to transcribe an element as it appears on the source of information, transcribe an inaccuracy or a misspelled word as it appears on the source, except where instructed otherwise. Make a note correcting the inaccuracy if it is considered to be important for identification or access … D-P:When instructed to transcribe an element as it appears on the source of information, transcribe an inaccuracy or a misspelled word as it appears on the source, except where instructed otherwise. Make a note correcting the inaccuracy if it is considered to be important for identification or access … 3/25/200915

16 Inaccuracy--cont. D-P:… If the inaccuracy appears in a title, record a corrected form of the title as a variant title … if it is considered to be important for identification or access. (1.7.9) D-P:… If the inaccuracy appears in a title, record a corrected form of the title as a variant title … if it is considered to be important for identification or access. (1.7.9) 3/25/200916

17 Inaccuracy--cont. monograph; title proper with inaccuracy 2-E-K: 2-E-K: [sic] [sic] D-E-K: D-E-K: if considered important, also variant title: 3/25/200917

18 Chief/Preferred Source of Information 2-P: For printed monographs published without a title page … use the part of the item supplying the most complete information, whether this be the cover (excluding a separate book jacket), caption, colophon, running title, or other part. (2.0B1) 2-P: For printed monographs published without a title page … use the part of the item supplying the most complete information, whether this be the cover (excluding a separate book jacket), caption, colophon, running title, or other part. (2.0B1) 3/25/200918

19 Chief/Preferred Source of Information--cont. 2-P: 2-P: Continuing resources: Printed resources: The title page substitute for an item lacking a title page is (in this order of preference) the analytical title page, cover, caption, masthead, editorial pages, colophon, other pages. (12.0B2, a)) 3/25/200919

20 Chief/Preferred Source of Information--cont. 2-P: 2-P: The chief source of information for manuscripts is the manuscript itself. Within manuscripts, use (in this order of preference) information from the: title page; colophon; caption, heading, etc.; content of the manuscript (4.0B1) etc. 3/25/200920

21 Chief/Preferred Source of Information--cont. D-P: If the resource lacks a title page, title sheet, or title card (or image thereof), use as the preferred source of information the first of the following sources that bears a title: D-P: If the resource lacks a title page, title sheet, or title card (or image thereof), use as the preferred source of information the first of the following sources that bears a title: a) a cover (or an image of a cover) b) a caption (or an image of a caption) c) a masthead (or an image of a masthead) d) a colophon (or an image of a colophon). ( ) 3/25/200921

22 Chief/Preferred Source of Information--cont imprint monograph; no t.p. caption title: caption title: cover title: cover title: 2-E-K: 2-E-K: caption determined to be supplying the most complete information title proper: title proper: D-E-K: D-E-K: title proper: title proper: 3/25/200922

23 Colophon as Source of Information 2-P:Use the colophon as the chief source of information for an oriental nonroman script publication/resource if the colophon contains full bibliographic information and the following conditions apply: 2-P:Use the colophon as the chief source of information for an oriental nonroman script publication/resource if the colophon contains full bibliographic information and the following conditions apply: a)/i) the page standing in the position of a title page bears only the title propera)/i) the page standing in the position of a title page bears only the title proper 3/25/200923

24 Colophon as Source of Information--cont. 2-P: 2-P: or b)/ii) the title page bears only a calligraphic version of the title properor b)/ii) the title page bears only a calligraphic version of the title proper or c)/iii) the title page bears only a western-language version of the title and other bibliographic information.or c)/iii) the title page bears only a western-language version of the title and other bibliographic information.(2.0B1/12.0B2.a)) 3/25/200924

25 Colophon as Source of Information--cont. D-P:[no more exception to preferred sources of information for Eastern nonroman script resources] ( ) D-P:[no more exception to preferred sources of information for Eastern nonroman script resources] ( ) 3/25/200925

26 Colophon as Source of Information--cont. title on t.p.: title on t.p.: colophon title: : colophon title: : 2-E-C: 2-E-C: as per AACR2 provision, colophon used as chief source of information title proper: title proper: D-E-C: D-E-C: title proper: title proper: 3/25/200926

27 Source of Information for Early Printed Monograph 2-P:If the early book, etc., has a title page, use it as the chief source of information. If it has no title page, use the following sources (in this order of preference): 2-P:If the early book, etc., has a title page, use it as the chief source of information. If it has no title page, use the following sources (in this order of preference): caption; colophon; cover; running title; incipit or explicit; privilege or imprimatur; other sources (2.13A) 3/25/200927

28 Source of Information for Early Printed Monograph--cont. D-P:If an early printed resource (or a reproduction thereof) lacks a title page, title sheet, or title card (or image thereof), use as the preferred source of information the first of the following sources that bears a title: D-P:If an early printed resource (or a reproduction thereof) lacks a title page, title sheet, or title card (or image thereof), use as the preferred source of information the first of the following sources that bears a title: a colophon (or an image of a colophon); a cover (or an image of a cover); a caption (or an image of a caption) ( , Exception) 3/25/200928

29 Source of Information for Early Printed Monograph--cont. D-P: D-P: [?to be qualified to allow the application of other guidelines for early printed monographs accepted by the agency creating the data? Cf. ALA response, Feb. 9, 2009] 3/25/200929

30 Source of Information for Early Printed Monograph--cont. pre-19th cent. imprint monograph; no t.p. caption title: caption title: colophon title: colophon title: cover title: cover title: 2-E-C: 2-E-C: title proper: title proper: D-E-C: D-E-C: title proper: title proper: 3/25/200930

31 Punctuation in Title Proper 2-P:If the title proper as given in the chief source of information includes the punctuation marks... or [ ], replace them by -- and ( ), respectively. (1.1B1) 2-P:If the title proper as given in the chief source of information includes the punctuation marks... or [ ], replace them by -- and ( ), respectively. (1.1B1) D-P:[no more such provision for punctuation replacement in titles proper] ( ) D-P:[no more such provision for punctuation replacement in titles proper] ( ) 3/25/200931

32 Punctuation in Title Proper-- cont. in source of information:,... 2-E-K:, -- 2-E-K:, -- D-E-K:,... D-E-K:,... 3/25/200932

33 Alternative Title 2-P:Precede and follow the word or (or its equivalent in another language) introducing an alternative title by a comma. Capitalize the first word of the alternative title. (1.1B1) 2-P:Precede and follow the word or (or its equivalent in another language) introducing an alternative title by a comma. Capitalize the first word of the alternative title. (1.1B1) 3/25/200933

34 Alternative Title--cont. D-P:[no more prescribed punctuation or capitalization associated with alternative titles] ( ) D-P:[no more prescribed punctuation or capitalization associated with alternative titles] ( ) D-P:Add punctuation, as necessary, for clarity. (1.7.3) D-P:Add punctuation, as necessary, for clarity. (1.7.3) 3/25/200934

35 Alternative Title--cont. t.p.: t.p.: 2-E-C:,, 2-E-C:,, D-E-C: D-E-C: or, if necessary for clarity,,,,, 3/25/200935

36 GMD vs Media/Carrier/Content Type 2-P:General material designation: A term indicating the broad class of material to which an item belongs … (Appendix D) 2-P:General material designation: A term indicating the broad class of material to which an item belongs … (Appendix D) 3/25/200936

37 GMD vs Media/Carrier/Content Type--cont. D-P:Media type reflects the general type of intermediation device required to view, play, run, etc., the content of a resource. ( ) D-P:Media type reflects the general type of intermediation device required to view, play, run, etc., the content of a resource. ( ) D-P:Media type terms: audio; computer; microform; microscopic; projected; stereographic; unmediated; video (Table 3.1) D-P:Media type terms: audio; computer; microform; microscopic; projected; stereographic; unmediated; video (Table 3.1) 3/25/200937

38 GMD vs Media/Carrier/Content Type--cont. D-P:Carrier type reflects the format of the storage medium and housing of a carrier in combination with the type of intermediation device required to view, play, run, etc., the content of a resource. ( ) D-P:Carrier type reflects the format of the storage medium and housing of a carrier in combination with the type of intermediation device required to view, play, run, etc., the content of a resource. ( ) 3/25/200938

39 GMD vs Media/Carrier/Content Type--cont. D-P:Carrier type terms: D-P:Carrier type terms: Audio carries: …; audio disc; …; audiocassette; …Audio carries: …; audio disc; …; audiocassette; … Computer carriers: …; computer disc; …; online resourceComputer carriers: …; computer disc; …; online resource Microform carriers: …; microfiche; …; microfilm reel; …Microform carriers: …; microfiche; …; microfilm reel; … Microscopic carriers: microscope slideMicroscopic carriers: microscope slide Projected image carriers: …; film reel; …Projected image carriers: …; film reel; … 3/25/200939

40 GMD vs Media/Carrier/Content Type--cont. D-P: D-P: Stereographic carriers: stereograph card; stereograph discStereographic carriers: stereograph card; stereograph disc Unmediated carriers: card; flipchart; roll; sheet; volumeUnmediated carriers: card; flipchart; roll; sheet; volume Video carriers: video cartridge; videocassette; videotape reelVideo carriers: video cartridge; videocassette; videotape reel( ) 3/25/200940

41 GMD vs Media/Carrier/Content Type--cont. D-P:Content type reflects the fundamental form of communication in which the content is expressed and the human sense through which it is intended to be perceived. ( ) D-P:Content type reflects the fundamental form of communication in which the content is expressed and the human sense through which it is intended to be perceived. ( ) 3/25/200941

42 GMD vs Media/Carrier/Content Type--cont. D-P:Content type terms: D-P:Content type terms: cartographic dataset; cartographic image; cartographic moving image; cartographic tactile image; cartographic tactile three-dimensional form; cartographic three-dimensional form; computer dataset; computer program; notated movement; 3/25/200942

43 GMD vs Media/Carrier/Content Type--cont. D-P: D-P: notated music; performed music; sounds; spoken word; still image; tactile image; tactile music; tactile notated movement; tactile text; tactile three-dimensional form; text; three- dimensional form; three-dimensional moving image; two-dimensional moving image (Table 6.1) 3/25/200943

44 GMD vs Media/Carrier/Content Type--cont. = Chinese studies = Chinese studies (Leader/06: a; 008/23: s; 007/00: c; 007/01: r) 2-E-C: 2-E-C: GMD:[electronic resource] D-E-C: D-E-C: Media type:computer Carrier type:online resource Content type:text 3/25/200944

45 # Limitation for Recording Statement of Responsibility 2-P:If a single statement of responsibility names more than three persons or corporate bodies performing the same function, or with the same degree of responsibility, omit all but the first of each group of such persons or bodies. Indicate the omission by the mark of omission (…) and add et al. … in square brackets. (1.1F5) 2-P:If a single statement of responsibility names more than three persons or corporate bodies performing the same function, or with the same degree of responsibility, omit all but the first of each group of such persons or bodies. Indicate the omission by the mark of omission (…) and add et al. … in square brackets. (1.1F5) 3/25/200945

46 # Limitation for Recording Statement of Responsibility--cont. D-P:[no more limitation as to # of names for the same function for recording in statement of responsibility] D-P:[no more limitation as to # of names for the same function for recording in statement of responsibility] 3/25/200946

47 # Limitation for Recording Statement of Responsibility--cont. D-P:Optional Omission: If a single statement of responsibility names more than three persons, families, or corporate bodies performing the same function, or with the same degree of responsibility, omit all but the first of each group of such persons, families, or bodies. D-P:Optional Omission: If a single statement of responsibility names more than three persons, families, or corporate bodies performing the same function, or with the same degree of responsibility, omit all but the first of each group of such persons, families, or bodies. 3/25/200947

48 # Limitation for Recording Statement of Responsibility--cont. D-P: D-P: Indicate the omission by summarizing what has been omitted in the language and script preferred by the agency preparing the description. Enclose the summary of the omission in square brackets. ( ) 3/25/200948

49 # Limitation for Recording Statement of Responsibility--cont. 4 authors named on t.p. 2-E-J: 2-E-J: SoR: … [et al.] SoR: … [et al.] D-E-J: D-E-J: SoR:,,, SoR:,,, optionally, SoR: [and three others] SoR: [and three others] 3/25/200949

50 Noun Phrase as Other Title or Part of Statement of Resp. 2-P:Treat a noun phrase occurring in conjunction with a statement of responsibility as other title information if it is indicative of the nature of the work. 2-P:Treat a noun phrase occurring in conjunction with a statement of responsibility as other title information if it is indicative of the nature of the work. 3/25/200950

51 Noun Phrase as Other Title or Part of Statement of Resp.--cont. 2-P: 2-P: If the noun or noun phrase is indicative of the role of the person(s) or body (bodies) named in the statement of responsibility rather than of the nature of the work, treat it as part of the statement of responsibility. In case of doubt, treat the noun or noun phrase as part of the statement of responsibility. (1.1F12) 3/25/200951

52 Noun Phrase as Other Title or Part of Statement of Resp.--cont. D-P:If a noun or noun phrase occurs in conjunction with a statement of responsibility, treat the noun or noun phrase as part of the statement of responsibility. ( ) D-P:If a noun or noun phrase occurs in conjunction with a statement of responsibility, treat the noun or noun phrase as part of the statement of responsibility. ( ) 3/25/200952

53 Noun Phrase as Other Title or Part of Statement of Resp.--cont. t.p.: t.p.: 2-E-J: 2-E-J: title proper: title proper: other title: other title: SoR: SoR: D-E-J: D-E-J: title proper: title proper: SoR: SoR: 3/25/200953

54 Numeral in Edition Statement 2-P:Substitute arabic numerals for roman … a) in an edition statement … (C.2B1) 2-P:Substitute arabic numerals for roman … a) in an edition statement … (C.2B1) 2-P:Substitute arabic numerals for numbers expressed as words … a) in an edition statement … (C.3B1) 2-P:Substitute arabic numerals for numbers expressed as words … a) in an edition statement … (C.3B1) D-P:[no Arabic numeral substitution in edition statement] (1.8) D-P:[no Arabic numeral substitution in edition statement] (1.8) 3/25/200954

55 Numeral in Edition Statement-- cont. in resource: in resource: 2-E-C:2 2-E-C:2 D-E-C: D-E-C: 3/25/200955

56 Abbreviations AACR2RDANote re RDA … [et al.][all names] ; [summary of omission] S.l.Place of publication [production ; …] not identified ; et cetera s.n.Publisher [producer ; …] not identified ; et cetera 3/25/200956

57 Abbreviations--cont. 3/25/ AACR2RDANote re RDA p.page ; pages3.4.5 v.volume ; volumes3.4.5 ill.illustration ; illustrations col.colour ; [? color ?, in RDA example] : using an appropriate term; U.S. sp. permissible?

58 Abbreviations--cont. 3/25/ AACR2RDANote re RDA cm.cmno full-stop; mono.monono full-stop; stereo.stereono full-stop; Jan. ; janv. ; … January ; janvier ; … Appendix B

59 Abbreviations--cont. AACR2RDANote re RDA fl.flourished cent.century ; ca.approximatelyAppendix B; ; et cetera O.T.Old Testament N.T.New Testament /25/200959

60 Abbreviations--cont. AACR2RDANote re RDA etc.[all locations] Appendix B; etc. Appendix B; ; et cetera 3/25/ etc./et cetera

61 # of Bibliographic and Physical Volumes 2-P:If the number of bibliographic volumes differs from the number of physical volumes, give the number of bibliographic volumes followed by in and the number of physical volumes. (2.5B18) 2-P:If the number of bibliographic volumes differs from the number of physical volumes, give the number of bibliographic volumes followed by in and the number of physical volumes. (2.5B18) 3/25/200961

62 # of Bibliographic and Physical Volumes--cont. D-P:If the resource consists of more than one volume, record the extent by giving the number of volumes and the term volumes. ( ) If the number of bibliographic volumes differs from the number of physical volumes, make a note indicating the number of bibliographic volumes. ( ) D-P:If the resource consists of more than one volume, record the extent by giving the number of volumes and the term volumes. ( ) If the number of bibliographic volumes differs from the number of physical volumes, make a note indicating the number of bibliographic volumes. ( ) 3/25/200962

63 # of Bibliographic and Physical Volumes--cont. physical vols. numbered in monograph (complete): ; ; ; physical vols. numbered in monograph (complete): ; ; ; 2-E-J: 2-E-J: # of vols.:3 v. in 4# of vols.:3 v. in 4 D-E-J: D-E-J: extent of text:4 volumesextent of text:4 volumes note:3 bibliographic volumes in 4 physical volumesnote:3 bibliographic volumes in 4 physical volumes 3/25/200963

64 Access Point for 4 or More Sharing Responsibility 2-P:If responsibility is shared among more than three persons or corporate bodies and principal responsibility is not attributed to any one, two, or three, enter under title. (21.6C2) 2-P:If responsibility is shared among more than three persons or corporate bodies and principal responsibility is not attributed to any one, two, or three, enter under title. (21.6C2) 3/25/200964

65 Access Point for 4 or More Sharing Responsibility--cont. D-P:If two or more persons, families, or corporate bodies are collaboratively responsible for creating the work, construct the preferred access point representing the work by combining (in this order): D-P:If two or more persons, families, or corporate bodies are collaboratively responsible for creating the work, construct the preferred access point representing the work by combining (in this order): 3/25/200965

66 Access Point for 4 or More Sharing Responsibility--cont. D-P: D-P: a)the preferred access point representing the person, family, or corporate body with principal responsibility for the work … b) the preferred title for the work … 3/25/200966

67 Access Point for 4 or More Sharing Responsibility--cont. D-P: D-P: If principal responsibility for the work is not indicated, construct the preferred access point representing the work using the preferred access point representing the first-named person, family, or corporate body followed by the preferred title for the work. 3/25/200967

68 Access Point for 4 or More Sharing Responsibility--cont. D-P: D-P:Alternative Include in the preferred access point representing the work the preferred access points for all creators named in resources embodying the work or in reference sources (in the order in which they are named in those sources) ( ) 3/25/200968

69 Access Point for 4 or More Sharing Responsibility--cont. 4 persons named on t.p. as responsible for creation of the work; no principal resp. attributed to any 2-E-J: 2-E-J: title ME: Ei-Wa hon'yaku hyōgen jiten 3/25/200969

70 Access Point for 4 or More Sharing Responsibility--cont. D-E-J: D-E-J: preferred access point: Ōtani, Hidemi, Ei-Wa hon'yaku hyōgen jiten alternatively, Ōtani, Hidemi, ; Sendai, Miki; Kubo, Naomi; Miyamoto, Aya. Ei-Wa hon'yaku hyōgen jiten 3/25/200970

71 Uniform Title for Individual Book of the Bible 2-P:Enter a book of the Catholic or Protestant canon as a subheading of the appropriate Testament. (25.18A1) 2-P:Enter a book of the Catholic or Protestant canon as a subheading of the appropriate Testament. (25.18A1) D-P:For books of the Catholic or Protestant canon, record the brief citation form of the Authorized Version as a subdivision of the preferred title for the Bible. ( ) D-P:For books of the Catholic or Protestant canon, record the brief citation form of the Authorized Version as a subdivision of the preferred title for the Bible. ( ) 3/25/200971

72 Uniform Title for Individual Book of the Bible--cont. 2-E-C: 2-E-C: uniform title: Bible. O.T. Job. Chinese D-E-C:expression (also, ) D-E-C:expression (also, ) preferred access point: Bible. Job. Chinese [no more intervening "O.T." or "Old Testament"] 3/25/200972

73 Quotations … one of the funniest books ever written is something called AACR2, which is a lengthy compendium of Anglo-American cataloging rules. --Will Manley, 2008 Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose. --Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr, /25/200973

74 Further Information RDA web site RDA web site tml tml RDA full draft, fall 2008 RDA full draft, fall lldraft.html lldraft.html Changes to AACR2 instructions in RDA Changes to AACR2 instructions in RDA /5sec7.pdf /5sec7.pdf 3/25/200974


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