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LC-PCC PS for 6.27.1.9
ADDITIONS TO ACCESS POINTS REPRESENTING WORKS
Introduction
LC practice/PCC practice: This Policy Statement addresses differentiating all works (serials, monographs, and integrating resources) and includes some specific guidelines for certain categories of resources. As of June 1, 2006, LC catalogers consult series authority records only when determining if a conflict exists; they do not create series authority records and do not provide series authorized access points (MARC 8XX fields).
Note: Indicators are intentionally omitted from the examples when the authorized access point could be used in either an authority or a bibliographic record because the indicators in authority and bibliographic records are not the same for the 130 field. Appropriate indicators should be included in the MARC record.
General
LC practice/PCC practice:
1.
The "catalog" when testing for conflict. Define the "catalog" as the file against which the searching and cataloging is being done. In addition, catalogers (including LC overseas offices’ catalogers) may take into account any resource with the same authorized access point of which they know, whether or not it is in the catalog. Do not take into account variant access points.
2.
Generally, resolve the conflict by making an addition in the authorized access point in the bibliographic or series authority record being created. Do not also modify the existing record. Some exceptions are noted in later sections of this Policy Statement.
3.
Use the authorized access point whenever the resource is referred to in other access points and in notes citing relationships between resources.
4.
Do not predict a conflict.
5.
Republications. When a resource is republished or reproduced (as a text, as a microform, as large print, as a braille edition, as a digitized reproduction, etc.), use the authorized access point for the original for any republication.
Serials (Including Numbered and Unnumbered Monographic Series)
LC practice/PCC practice:
1.
General. When creating a bibliographic or name authority record for a serial, construct an authorized access point with a parenthetical qualifier if the authorized access point is the same as the authorized access point of another work.
2.
Choice of qualifying term
a)
When the first element of the authorized access point is a title and that title is a "generic" title (i.e., it consists solely of an indication of type of publication and/or periodicity, exclusive of articles, prepositions, and conjunctions), use as the qualifier the body issuing or publishing the serial. If more than one corporate body is associated with the work, choose the body responsible for issuing the serial rather than the one only publishing it. If multiple bodies are performing the same function, generally choose the one named first.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
130$a Bulletin (American Dairy Products Institute)
130$a Bulletin (British Columbia. Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources)
130$a Bulletin (Université libre de Bruxelles. Service de physique des particules élémentaires)
 
130$a Occasional paper (Australia. Bureau of Industry Economics)
130$a Occasional paper (King’s College (University of London). Department of Geography)
130$a Occasional paper (Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace)
 
 
 
b)
Other situations. Use judgment in determining the most appropriate qualifier for the serial being cataloged. Possible qualifiers are given in the list below; the listing is not prescriptive and is not in priority order. If none of these qualifiers is appropriate, use any word(s) that will serve to distinguish the serial from the other resource. Use more than one qualifier if needed.
corporate body
date of publication
descriptive data elements (e.g., edition statement, carrier type)
place of publication
If choosing the date of publication, use the date of publication (not a date from the chronological designation) of the first issue published or the earliest issue in hand, in that order of preference.
If choosing the place of publication and the serial is published in more than one place, choose as the qualifying term a place in this order of preference: the place that would be named first in the bibliographic record as the place of publication for the first part published, the first-named place of publication on the earliest part for which a place is known, or the first-named place of publication on the earliest part in hand. If the name of the local place has changed, use in the qualifier the name the place had at the time the first/earliest issue was published.
3.
Form of qualifying term
a)
Corporate body. Use the authorized access point.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
130$a Special report (Northern Illinois University. Center for Southeast Asian Studies)
 
130$a Occasional publication (Popular Archaeology (Firm))
 
 
 
b)
Place of publication. Use the authorized access point minus any cataloger’s addition; record the name of the larger place preceded by a comma.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
130$a African primary texts (Madison, Wis.)
 
130$a Rural development studies (Uppsala, Sweden)
 
130$a New age journal (Brighton, Boston, Mass.)
 
 
 
c)
Multiple qualifiers. If more than one qualifier is needed, separate the qualifiers with a space-colon-space within one set of parentheses. Exception: if one of the qualifiers is "(Series)," give that qualifier first and enclose that word in its own set of parentheses.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
130$a Bulletin (Canadian Association of University Teachers : 1973)
 
130$a Washington gazette (Washington, D.C. : Daily)
 
130$a WP (Series) (United States. Bureau of the Census)
 
 
 
4.
Change in qualifier
a)
Body used as qualifier
i)
If the name of the body changes or the body is no longer involved with the serial, create a new record for the serial.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
130$a Monograph series (American Bar Association. Special Committee on Alternative Means of Dispute Resolution)
 
130$a Monograph series (American Bar Association. Special Committee on Dispute Resolution)
 
 
 
ii)
If the authorized access point on the one name authority record is revised, do not create a new record for the serial. Change the form of name in the qualifier, as necessary, to match the authorized access point in the name authority record.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
130$a _______________ (Instytut belaruskaĭ kul´tury (Minsk, Byelorussian S.S.R.))
would be changed to
130$a _______________ (Instytut belaruskaĭ kul´tury (Minsk, Belarus))
 
 
 
b)
Place used as qualifier
i)
If the serial "moves" to another city, do not create a new record. In the bibliographic record, add information about the change in place of publication.
ii)
If the name of the place changes and a separate name authority record is created for that name, do not create a new record for the serial/series. Do not change the qualifier.
iii)
If the authorized access point on the one name authority record is revised, do not create a new record for the serial. Change the form of name in the qualifier, as necessary, to match the authorized access point in the name authority record.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
130$a _______________ (Kinshasa, Zaire)
would be changed to
130$a _______________ (Kinshasa, Congo)
 
 
 
c)
Other qualifiers. If the information used as qualifier changes in form or fact, do not create a new record. In the bibliographic record, add information if appropriate.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
130$a ______________ (Middle Atlantic edition)
Current issues labeled as "Mid-Atlantic edition"
 
 
 
5.
Serial section title or subseries title with initial article. If the title of a section of a serial or the title of a subseries begins with an initial article, construct an authorized access point deleting that initial article. Delete the initial article even if the section or subseries title is preceded by a numeric or alphabetic designation. In the MARC 490 field in an analytic record or in the MARC 245 field of a serial record, give the title as found.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
on resource
 American Men and Women of Science. The Medical Sciences
serial record
130 0#$a American men and women of science. $p Medical sciences.
245 10$a American men and women of science. $p The medical sciences.
 
 
 
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
on resource
 Progress in Nuclear Energy. Series VIII, The Economics of Nuclear Power
serial record
130 #0$a Progress in nuclear energy. $n Series VIII, $p Economics of nuclear power
 
 
 
6.
Numbering grammatically integrated with title proper. If the title proper with grammatically-integrated numbering is not in the nominative case, construct an authorized access point to change the title to the nominative case. In the MARC 490 field in an analytic record, give the title as found (i.e., including the grammatically-integrated numbering). In the MARC 245 field in a serial record, omit the number.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
on resource
 31. tom Biblioteki SIB
analytic record
490 1#$a 31. tom Biblioteki SIB
830 #0$a Biblioteka SIB ; $v 31. tom.
serial record
130 0#$a Biblioteka SIB
245 10$a Biblioteki SIB
 
 
 
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
on resource
 Monumenta. Epistolarum tomus 1
analytic record
490 1#$a Monumenta. Epistolarum tomus 1
830 #0$a Monumenta. $p Epistolae ; $v tomus 1.
serial record
130 0#$a Monumenta. $p Epistolae
245 10$a Monumenta. $p Epistolarum ...
 
 
 
7.
Serial common title not issued alone or lacking numbering. Do not test such a serial common title for conflict by itself. Test the entire title proper (the serial common title and its section) for conflict. If the entire title proper conflicts with another title proper, add a qualifier in the authorized access point.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
title proper
 Bulletin. Series W
search in catalog for entire title = no conflict
130$a Bulletin. $n Series W
 
 
 
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
title proper
 Bulletin. Series A
search in catalog for entire title = a conflict with another "Bulletin. Series A"
130$a Bulletin. $n Series A ([qualifier])
 
 
 
8.
Serial common title has been issued alone or has numbering. First, test the serial common title by itself for conflict and add a qualifier if needed in the authorized access point. Then, test that title (plus qualifier if needed) and the section title together for conflict; add a qualifier if needed after the section title.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
title proper of serial common title
 University papers. History series
search in catalog for serial common title = a conflict with another "University papers"
130$a University papers ([qualifier])
search in catalog for authorized access point of serial common title and section title = no conflict
130$a University papers ([qualifier]). $p History series
 
 
 
9.
Supplement title entered subordinately to main title. If the main title is already in the catalog, use its authorized access point (may or may not have a parenthetical qualifier) when constructing the authorized access point for the supplement. If the main title is not in the catalog, establish its RDA form. Then, test the authorized access point for the main title and the supplement title together for conflict; add a qualifier if needed at the end of the supplement title.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title proper of main title with supplement
 Statistical bulletin. Supplement
Search in catalog for main title = a conflict with another "Statistical bulletin"
130$a Statistical bulletin ([qualifier])
Search in catalog for authorized access point of main title and supplement title = no conflict
130$a Statistical bulletin ([qualifier]). $p Supplement
 
 
 
Monographs
LC practice/PCC practice: When creating a bibliographic or name authority record for a monograph, construct an authorized access point with a parenthetical qualifier to differentiate the monograph being cataloged.
1.
Conflict in the database. If the authorized access point is the same as the authorized access point of another work represented by a bibliographic record or name/series authority record, add a parenthetical qualifier to the access point.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
database:
245 00$a Visiting New England.
264 #1$a Boston : $b RH Press, $c 2005.
being cataloged:
130 0#$a Visiting New England (Maine Tourism Association)
245 10$a Visiting New England.
264 #1$a Portland : $b Maine Tourism Association, $c 2011.
database:
110 1#$a United States. $b Congress. $b House. $b Committee on Energy and Commerce. $b Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet.
245 14$a The national broadband plan : $b deploying quality broadband services to the last mile : hearing before the Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, second session, April 21, 2010.
being cataloged:
110 1#$a United States. $b Congress. $b House. $b Committee on Energy and Commerce. $b Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet.
240 10 $a National broadband plan (Hearing on promoting broadband adoption)
245 14$a The national broadband plan : $b promoting broadband adoption : hearing before the Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, second session, May 13, 2010.
 
 
 
2.
Needed for subject heading or related work authorized access point. If the authorized access point is the same as the authorized access point of another work represented by a bibliographic record or name/series authority record, add a parenthetical qualifier.
a)
If there is not a bibliographic or authority record for the other work, create a name authority record for it.
b)
Change existing records in which the work appears as an access point.
3.
Choice of qualifying term
a)
Use judgment in determining the most appropriate qualifier. Possible qualifiers are given in the list below; the listing is not prescriptive and is not in priority order.
corporate body
date of publication
descriptive data elements, e.g., edition statement
place of publication
If choosing the date of publication for a multipart monograph, choose the date of the first part published or the earliest part in hand, in that order of preference.
If choosing the place of publication for a multipart monograph and it is published in more than one place, choose as the qualifying term a place in this order of preference: the place that would be named first in the bibliographic record as the place of publication for the first part published, the first-named place of publication on the earliest part for which a place is known, or first-named place of publication on the earliest part in hand. If the name of the local place has changed, use in the qualifier the name the place had at the time the first/earliest part was published.
b)
If none of these qualifiers is appropriate, use any word(s) that will serve to distinguish the one work from the other. Use more than one qualifier if needed.
4.
Form of qualifying term
a)
Corporate body. Use the authorized access point.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
130$a Out of the ordinary (Hingham Historical Society)
 
130$a Socialism (Routledge (Firm))
 
 
 
b)
Place of publication. Use the authorized access point minus any cataloger’s addition; record the name of the larger place preceded by a comma.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
130$a Greek Civil War (Aldershot, England)
 
 
 
c)
Multiple qualifiers. If more than one qualifier is needed, separate the qualifiers with a space-colon-space within one set of parentheses.
Integrating Resources
LC practice/PCC practice: Apply the guidelines given above under "Monographs" also to integrating resources.
Librettos
LC practice/PCC practice: If a libretto for a dramatic musical work is written by the composer and is manifested separately as a literary work, distinguish the literary work from the musical work with (Libretto) (see Policy Statement for 6.28.1.2).
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
100 1#$a Wagner, Richard, $d 1813-1883. $t Meistersinger von Nürnberg (Libretto)
 
 
 
Radio and Television Programs
U.S. Census Publications
LC practice/PCC practice: For U.S. Bureau of the Census publications that contain the census or parts of it, construct an authorized access point consisting of the name of the census, qualified by the year of the census. Add parts of the census as subdivisions of the access point.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
title proper
 1972 census of construction industries
authorized access point
130$a Census of construction industries (1972)
 
 
 
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
title proper
 Numerical list of manufactured products: 1972 census of manufactures
authorized access point
130$a Census of manufactures (1972). $p Numerical list of manufactured products
 
 
 
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
title proper
 Census of housing, 1960
authorized access point
130$a Census of housing (1960)
 
 
 
Comics
LC practice/PCC practice: If a comic strip, single panel cartoon, etc., lacks a creator as defined by RDA chapter 19, construct an authorized access point for the work that consists of its title, followed by an appropriate parenthetical qualifier (e.g., "Batman (Comic strip)").
Motion Pictures
Choreographic Works and Expressions
LC practice/PCC practice:
Background
Until April 2015, authorized access points for choreographic works and expressions were constructed using the title of the work with the qualifier "(Choreographic work)" added.  The surname of the choreographer may have been added as an additional qualifier.  An English form of title found in reference sources was often used rather that the title in the original language.  Choreographic works that would be considered new works according to 6.27.1.5 were often treated as derivative expressions rather than different works (e.g., Abraxas (Choreographic work : Charrat after Luipart)).  Additionally, authority records representing multiple choreographic works danced to the same music were created for subject access (e.g., Swan lake (Choreographic work)).
See the Existing Authority Records section for instructions on using and updating authority records created under previous policies.
New Authority Records
Construct an authorized access point for a choreographic work following the instructions in 6.27.1.1-6.27.1.8.
If the preferred title in the original language cannot be determined or is unavailable, apply 6.2.2.6.1.  Consult reference sources such as these to determine the preferred title:
American Ballet Theatre Repository Archive: http://www.abt.org/education/archive/index.html
Craine, D. and Mackrell, J. The Oxford dictionary of dance. 2nd ed., 2010
The International Dictionary of Modern Dance, 1998
The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians
If the authorized access point will be constructed using the authorized access point for the choreographer followed by the preferred title, consider making a variant access point for the work using the preferred title followed by a qualifier of the type (Choreographic work : Surname of choreographer).
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
100 1#$a Stuart, Meg. $t Hunter
430 #0$a Hunter (Choreographic work : Stuart)
 
 
 
Existing Authority Records
NARs using the name or names of the choreographer
For an existing authority record that clearly represents the work of one choreographer, or two or more choreographers collaborating, update the existing NAR by 1) changing the form of the authorized access point, 2) providing a variant access point for the previous form, and 3) making other changes as needed (e.g., adding other variants, recoding the record, making additions in cases of conflict, etc.).
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
existing authority record
130 #0$a Hard nut (Choreographic work : Morris)
430 #0$a Nutcracker (Choreographic work : Morris)
updated authority record
100 1#$a Morris, Mark, $d 1956- $t Hard nut
400 1#$a Morris, Mark, $d 1956- $t Nutcracker
430 #0$w nne $a Hard nut (Choreographic work : Morris)
430 #0$a Nutcracker (Choreographic work : Morris)
existing authority record
130 #0$a Giselle (Choreographic work : Coralli and Perrot)
updated authority record
100 1#$a Coralli, Jean, $d 1779-1854. $t Giselle
400 1#$a Perrot, Jules, $d 1810-1892. $t Giselle
430 #0$w nne $a Giselle (Choreographic work : Coralli and Perrot)
 
 
 
When updating an existing authority record, consider whether the preferred title is correct according to 6.2.2.4-6.2.2.7.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
existing authority records
130 #0$a Orpheus and Eurydice (Choreographic work : Bausch)
430 #0$a Orpheus und Eurydike (Choreographic work : Bausch)
original title: Orpheus und Eurydike
updated authority record
100 1#$a Bausch, Pina. $t Orpheus und Eurydike
400 1#$a Bausch, Pina. $t Orpheus and Eurydice
430 #0$w nne $a Orpheus and Eurydice (Choreographic work : Bausch)
430 #0$a Orpheus und Eurydike (Choreographic work : Bausch)
 
 
 
When updating an existing authority record in the form Title (Choreographic work : Surname, after Surname), apply 6.27.1.5 to determine whether the NAR represents an expression of an existing work or a new work.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
existing authority record
130 #0$a Abraxas (Choreographic work : Charrat after Luipart)
updated authority record
100 1#$a Charrat, Janine. $t Abraxas
430 #0$a Abraxas (Choreographic work : Charrat)
430 #0$w nnea $a Abraxas (Choreographic work : Charrat after Luipart)
Considered a new work because it is presented as the work of Charrat. The work by Luipart is a related work
 
 
 
Relationships to related works may be made, if considered important.
If a resource being cataloged is about an individual choreographic work, an authorized access point for the individual work as a subject may be assigned as appropriate.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
245 10$a Balanchine's Mozartiana : $b the making of a masterpiece / $c by Robert Maiorano and Valerie Brooks.
600 10$a Balanchine, George. $t Mozartiana.
 
 
 
NARs without a choreographer's surname
For authority records that do not include the name of the choreographer in the heading, consider whether the authority record represents one choreographic work (e.g, a choreographic work for which the creator is not known) or if it represents multiple choreographic works.  Typically, if the NAR represents multiple choreographic works, there will be one NAR qualified by "(Choreographic work)" and there may be other NARs with the same title qualified by both "(Choreographic work)" and a choreographer's surname.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Rite of spring (Choreographic work)
NARs for Rite of spring (Choreographic work : Graham), Rite of spring (Choreographic work : Wigman), and others also appear in the authority file
 
 
 
If a subject access point is needed for a resource being cataloged, and it is not appropriate to assign one or more access points for individual works, catalogers may either continue to use the existing name authority record that represents multiple works, or do a new subject heading proposal (see http://www.loc.gov/aba/publications/FreeSHM/H1366_5.pdf).
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
using existing NAR
245 10$a Le sacre du printemps : $b seven productions from Nijinsky to Martha Graham / $c by Shelley C. Berg.
630 00$a Rite of spring (Choreographic work)
using newly approved subject heading
650 #0$a Rite of spring (Choreographic work)
Name authority record cancelled and replaced by subject authority record
 
 
 
Do not use existing NARs of this type in a 1XX or a 7XX field of a new bibliographic record.
Named Individual Works of Art
LC practice/PCC practice: Add in parentheses an appropriate designation or designations (e.g., date, medium, size, owner, catalogue raisonné number, alternative title, location, state, color, owner’s accession number) to distinguish between identical authorized access points. While date or owner (usually a museum) will often be the best qualifier, "appropriate" will depend upon the particular work of art, e.g., for a print, the state may be the best qualifier.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
 
100 1#$a Eyck, Jan van, $d 1390-1440. $t Saint Francis receiving the stigmata (Galleria sabauda (Turin, Italy))
100 1#$a Eyck, Jan van, $d 1390-1440. $ Saint Francis receiving the stigmata (Philadelphia Museum of Art)
 
100 1#$a Cézanne, Paul, $d 1839-1906. $t Card players (Barnes Foundation)
100 1#$a Cézanne, Paul, $d 1839-1906. $t Card players (Courtauld Institute Galleries)
100 1#$a Cézanne, Paul, $d 1839-1906. $t Card players (Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.))
100 1#$a Cézanne, Paul, $d 1839-1906. $t Card players (Musée d’Orsay)
 
100 1#$a Pollock, Jackson, $d 1912-1956. $t Untitled (1936)
100 1#$a Pollock, Jackson, $d 1912-1956. $t Untitled (1937)
100 1#$a Picasso, Pablo, $d 1881-1973. $t Frugal repast (1904, 1913 printing : etching)
100 1#$a Picasso, Pablo, $d 1881-1973. $t Frugal repast (1904, 1913 printing : etching : 2nd state)
 
 
 
Appendix 1: Motion Pictures, Television Programs, Radio Programs
Note: This appendix is provisional until the Program for Cooperative Cataloging has reviewed and revised it for RDA.
Motion Pictures (including film and video formats)
Background
Because LC’s Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division (M/B/RS) uses Archival Moving Image Materials, 2nd ed. (AMIM2) in cataloging motion pictures instead of RDA, one of the purposes of this section of the Policy Statement is to provide guidance for those libraries using RDA (including LC when cataloging resources that are related to motion pictures). For informational purposes, the Policy Statement notes those instances in which the AMIM2 practice differs from the " PCC practice:" (i.e., RDA interpretation). One of the main areas of difference in this Policy Statement is to limit access points to the "work" level for motion pictures. Because AMIM2 never calls for using a language element in an authorized access point for moving image resources, limiting access points to the "work" level precludes the possible confusion of authority records at both the "work" and "language expression" levels in support of disparate practices.
The approach taken for the PCC practice is a practical one, intended to address:
a.
the need to provide consistency to accommodate PCC participants working in a shared environment;
b.
the need to accommodate two sets of rules that take different approaches on some points (e.g., AMIM2 treats simultaneously released motion pictures in different languages as separate works, whereas RDA treats one release as the original expression and the other releases as related translations; RDA calls for using language as an element in an authorized access point for dubbed motion pictures, whereas AMIM2 does not);
c.
the need to manage in a clear way what could be confusing situations related to certain language conditions.
PCC Practice for Constructing an Authorized Access Point for a Motion Picture Itself 1
Assign an authorized access point for a motion picture in the following situations. If cataloging an individual title that is part of a comprehensive title of a whole work (e.g., an episode of a theatrical serial), follow also the guidelines in paragraph 7 of this section below.)
1. Same title, different resources. Construct an authorized access point to distinguish a motion picture that would have the same preferred title as another resource.
When it is necessary to qualify an authorized access point for a motion picture to break a conflict, use the qualifier "(Motion picture)" following RDA 6.3.1, and create a name authority record for the motion picture. (Use this authorized access point in all entries for the particular work; update existing records as needed to insure this uniformity.) Contrary to RDA, do not create separate name authority records for separate language versions of a particular motion picture. Instead, treat the titles of separate language versions as variant titles for the work, and make MARC field 4XX variant access points from them on the name authority record for the motion picture.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record for a previously cataloged resource
245 00$a Stardust ...
Bibliographic record for a motion picture with the same title now being cataloged
130 0#$a Stardust (Motion picture)
245 10$a Stardust ...
Name authority record for the motion picture
130 #0$a Stardust (Motion picture)
 
 
 
Note:AMIM2 does not follow this practice. Under AMIM2, an authorized access point is not assigned solely to distinguish a motion picture entered under a title proper from another resource entered under that same title.
If a resource has been distributed theatrically, nontheatrically, as a home video, and/or aired on television, use the qualifier applicable to the original distribution. When the original distribution is unknown, cannot be determined, or is not applicable (e.g., undistributed home movies), use the qualifier "(Motion picture)." Use the qualifier "(Motion picture)" when the original distribution is directly to the home video market. Use the qualifier "(Television program)" for those resources originally aired on television whether or not they have subsequent home video releases.
If the authorized access points for different motion pictures would be the same, resolve the conflict by using the following additional qualifiers, in this order:
a.
year of original release (if unreleased, year of original production).
b.
director or filmmaker (use the shortest intelligible form of the name).
c.
production company (use the RDA form of the name exactly as given on the name authority record; in cases of multiple production companies, use the first one recorded in the statement of responsibility in the title and statement of responsibility area).
Change existing authorized access points to insure, to the extent possible, synchronization between access points for different motion pictures with the same title.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record for a previously cataloged motion picture
245 00$a King Kong ...
264 #1$a Hollywood : $b RKO Radio Pictures, $c 1933.
Bibliographic record for another motion picture with the same title now being cataloged
130 0#$a King Kong (Motion picture : 1976)
245 10$a King Kong ...
264 #1$a Hollywood : $b Paramount Pictures, $c 1976 ...
Name authority record for the motion picture now being cataloged
130 #0$a King Kong (Motion picture : 1976)
Updated bibliographic record for the previously cataloged motion picture
130 0#$a King Kong (Motion picture : 1933)
245 10$a King Kong ...
264 #1$a Hollywood : $b RKO Radio Pictures, $c 1933.
Name authority record for the previously cataloged motion picture
130 #0$a King Kong (Motion picture : 1933)
 
 
 
When a preferred qualifier does not resolve a conflict, retain that qualifier and add another. This structure will preserve synchronization between the authorized access points for different motion pictures with the same title.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic records
130 0#$a Harlow (Motion picture : 1965 : Douglas)
130 0#$a Harlow (Motion picture : 1965 : Segal)
130 0#$a San Francisco (Motion picture : 1986 : Kaw Valley Films)
130 0#$a San Francisco (Motion picture : 1986 : Cycle Vision Tours, Inc.)
 
 
 
2. Different titles in the same language. Construct an authorized access point for a motion picture (work) released under different titles in the same language.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record for the U.S. version of a motion picture released earlier in the U.K. under a different title and the U.K. title conflicts with the title of another resource
130 0#$a Stardust (Motion picture)
245 10$a He loved an actress ...
Name authority record for the motion picture
130 #0$a Stardust (Motion picture)
430 #0$a He loved an actress
 
 
 
Note:AMIM2 assigns an authorized access point to the original motion picture and links the original to any subsequent versions released under different titles through related-expression access points.
3. Dubbed motion picture. Construct an authorized access point for a dubbed motion picture (see RDA 6.27.3 and 6.11.1.3).
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record for a dubbed version of a motion picture
130 0#$a Battaglia di Algeri. $l English.
245 14$a The battle of Algiers ...
The RDA instruction calls for adding language in the case of a dubbed motion picture
Name authority record for the motion picture
130 #0$a Battaglia di Algeri
 
430 #0$a Battle of Algiers
not
 
130 #0$a Battaglia di Algeri. $l English
 
 
 
Note:AMIM2 assigns an authorized access point to the original motion picture in the original language and links the original to the dubbed version through a related-work access point in the record for the dubbed version.
Today’s technology makes it possible to issue resources that contain various language-related conditions. Construct an authorized access point for each language expression including the language(s) as specified in RDA 6.27.3 and 6.11.1.3.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record for a motion picture with the original language and two dubbed versions
245 00$a To live and die in L.A. ...
730 02$a To live and die in L.A.
730 02$a To live and die in L.A. $l French.
730 02$a To live and die in L.A. $l Spanish.
Original in English, dubbed in French and Spanish
 
 
 
A name authority record for the motion picture is not necessary.
4. Motion picture with translated intertitles. By analogy (there is no instruction), apply to a silent motion picture that contains intertitles in a language different from that of the original release the same treatment as that applied to a dubbed motion picture.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record for a version of a motion picture with translated intertitles
130 0#$a Bronenosets "Potemkin" (Motion picture). $l English.
245 14$a The battleship Potemkin ...
Add the language of the translated intertitles
Name authority record for the motion picture (work)
130 #0$a Bronenosets "Potemkin" (Motion picture)
430 #0$a Battleship Potemkin
not
 
130 #0$a Bronenosets "Potemkin" (Motion picture). $l English
 
 
 
5. Subtitled motion picture released under the same or a different title. Construct an authorized access point for a subtitled motion picture released under the same or a different title (see RDA 6.11.1.4).
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record for a subtitled version of a motion picture released under a different title
245 00$a Seven samurai ...
730 02$a Shichinin no samurai. $l English
730 02$a Shichinin no samurai. $l Japanese.
Name authority record for the motion picture (work)
130 #0$a Shichinin no samurai
430 #0$a Seven samurai
 
 
 
Note: AMIM2 assigns an authorized access point for the original motion picture in the original language and links the original to the subtitled version through a related-work access point in the record for the subtitled version.
6. Motion picture filmed simultaneously in different languages under different titles. Construct an authorized access point for a motion picture filmed simultaneously in different language versions (see RDA 6.2.2.4), using the preferred title of the first received.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record for a German version of a motion picture filmed simultaneously in French and German, with the French having already been received and established
130 0#$a Coup de grâce. $l German
245 14$a Der Fangschuss ...
Name authority record for the motion picture (work)
130 #0$a Coup de grâce
430 #0$a Fangschuss
 
 
 
Note:AMIM2 does not collocate under one title but treats each simultaneous production as a separate resource and links them through related-work access points.
7. Comprehensive title/Individual title. When cataloging an individual title that is part of a comprehensive title, determine whether the individual titles were intended to be viewed consecutively or not. If the individual titles are to be viewed consecutively (e.g., theatrical serials, certain educational and technical materials), use as the title proper a structured combination of the components that consists of a comprehensive title and either an individual title or a numeric designation (e.g., episode number, chapter number) or both. In case of doubt, treat the individual title as intended to be viewed consecutively. Apply this treatment also to newsreels.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
245 04$a The nature of communism. $n Vol. 1, $p Introduction to the course ...
246 given or not based on the character of the individual title and a judgment of the usefulness of title access in that
Bibliographic record
245 04$a The Lightning Raider. $n Episode 11, $p The bars of death ...
246 30 $a Bars of death
246 given or not based on the character of the individual title and a judgment of the usefulness of title access in that form.
Illustrates that, unlike serial publications, an authorized access point is not assigned solely to remove an initial article preceding an individual title but when one is assigned for some other reason, an initial article preceding an individual title is not retained)
Bibliographic record
245 00$a Works. $n Volume 1 ...
4XX$a MacAcademy, the video training series
Videorecording used for training for Microsoft Works
Bibliographic record
130 0#$a Introduction to mathematics (Motion picture). $n No. 1, $p Numeration.
245 10$a Introduction to mathematics. $n No. 1, $p Numeration ...
Illustrates a conflict with another resource. When the comprehensive title is in conflict, add a qualifier after the comprehensive title. Giving 246 title access or not is based on the character of the individual title and a judgment of the usefulness of title access in that form
Name authority record
130 #0$a Introduction to mathematics (Motion picture)
 
 
 
If the comprehensive title represents a publisher/distributor series, treat it as a series statement.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
245 00$a 12 angry men ...
4XX$a Criterion collection
"Criterion collection" is a series used by The Voyager Company when reissuing the motion picture on videodisc
Bibliographic record
245 00$a Boogie nights ...
4XX$a New Line platinum series
 
 
 
Past PCC practice: PCC practice for primary access to motion pictures prior to 2005 may not reflect the guidelines in this Policy Statement with respect to the instances of qualification, to the form of qualification, or to the creation of a name authority record. Generally, continue to use such authorized access points and name authority records. Do not make changes solely to reflect new practice. Limit changes to those stimulated by other conditions. Note that aside from creating a Name Authority Record (NAR) to qualify an authorized access point for a motion picture, the usual conditions for creating a NAR as stated in the Introduction to Descriptive Cataloging Manual (DCM) Z1 continue to obtain.
PCC/LC Practice for Constructing Authorized Access Points for Related Works or Subject Access When Cataloging Any Resource Related to a Motion Picture 2
1. General. In cataloging a resource related to a motion picture (e.g., a screenplay, a recording of music from a motion picture), provide a related work access point (MARC field 7XX) or a subject access point (MARC field 6XX) for the related motion picture. If it is necessary to distinguish a motion picture from another resource with that same preferred title, add the qualifier "(Motion picture)" (see RDA 6.3.1.3). If the motion picture for which related-work/subject access is being provided is an individual title associated with a comprehensive title for the whole work, e.g., an episode of a theatrical serial, follow also the guidelines in paragraph 5 of this section below.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record for the music for a motion picture
100 1#$a Copland, Aaron, $d 1900-
245 14$a The red pony ...
730 0#$a Red pony (Motion picture : 1949)
Related-work access point for the motion picture that conflicts with the title of another motion picture
Date added to break conflict with another motion picture with the same title
Name authority record for the motion picture
130 #0$a Red pony (Motion picture : 1949)
Bibliographic record for a book about a motion picture
100 1#$a Coppola, Eleanor.
245 10$a Notes ...
630 00$a Apocalypse now (Motion picture)
Subject access for the motion picture that conflicts with another resource
Name authority record for the motion picture
130 #0$a Apocalypse now (Motion picture)
 
 
 
2. Various types of versions of motion pictures released under a different title. If the related resource is a dubbed motion picture, a motion picture with translated intertitles, a subtitled motion picture, or a motion picture that has been released under a different title in the same language, use the authorized access point of the original-release motion picture.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Preferred title of original motion picture
 La battaglia di Algeri
Title proper of English language dubbed or subtitled motion picture
 The battle of Algiers
Title proper of translated screenplay for the motion picture
 Gillo Pontecorvo’s The battle of Algiers
Bibliographic record for the screenplay in English
100 1#$a Solinas, Franco, $d 1927-
240 10$a Battaglia di Algeri. $l English
245 10$a Gillo Pontecorvo’s The battle of Algiers / $c a film written by Franco Solinas ...
730 0#$a Battaglia di Algeri.
Related-work access point for the motion picture
Name authority record for the motion picture
130 #0$a Battaglia di Algeri
430 #0$a Battle of Algiers
Preferred title of original motion picture
 Cabinet des Dr. Caligari
Title proper of motion picture with translated intertitles
 The cabinet of Dr. Caligari
Title proper of screenplay for motion picture with translated intertitles
 The cabinet of Dr. Caligari
Bibliographic record for a related work
100 1#$a Adkinson, R. V. $q (Robert V.)
245 14$a The cabinet of Dr. Caligari : $b a film by Robert Wiene, Carl Mayer, and Hans Janowitz : English translation and description of action / $c by R.V. Adkinson.
4XX$a Classic film scripts
730 0#$a Cabinet des Dr. Caligari.
Related-work access point for the motion picture
Name authority record for the motion picture
130 #0$a Cabinet des Dr. Caligari
430 #0$a Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
Preferred title of original motion picture
 Shichinin no samurai
Title of subtitled motion picture
 Seven samurai
Title of screenplay for subtitled motion picture
 Seven samurai
Bibliographic record for a screenplay in English
100 1#$a Kurosawa, Akira, $d 1910-
240 10$a Shichinin no samurai. $l English
245 14$a Seven samurai ...
730 0#$a Shichinin no samurai.
Related-work access point for the motion picture
Name authority record for the motion picture
130 #0$a Shichinin no samurai
430 #0$a Seven samurai
 
 
 
3. Motion picture filmed simultaneously in different languages under different titles. If the related resource is a motion picture filmed simultaneously in different languages (see RDA 6.2.2.4), construct the authorized access point using the preferred title of the first received.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title of motion picture in French (first received)
 Coup de grâce
Title of motion picture simultaneously issued in German
 Der Fangschuss
Title of English translation of screenplay for German version
 Screenplay for Der Fangschuss
Bibliographic record for a screenplay
100 1#$a [Author]
240 10$a [Title of original screenplay in German]. $l English
245 10$a Screenplay for Der Fangschuss ...
730 0#$a Coup de grace
Related-work access point for the motion picture
Name authority record for the motion picture
130 #0$a Coup de grâce
430 #0$a Fangschuss
 
 
 
4. Comprehensive title/Individual title. If the related resource is an individual title that is part of a comprehensive title for the whole work, determine whether the individual titles were intended to be viewed consecutively or not. If they were not intended to be viewed consecutively, provide the related access to the individual title alone. If they were intended to be viewed consecutively (e.g., theatrical serials, certain educational and technical materials), provide as the related access a structured combination of components that consists of a comprehensive title and either an individual title or a numeric designation (e.g., episode number, chapter number) or both. Apply this treatment also when the resource being cataloged is related to a newsreel.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record for a novelization of a motion picture
100 1#$a Goddard, Charles.
245 14$a The perils of Pauline : $b a motion picture novel ...
730 0#$a Perils of Pauline (Motion picture : 1914). $n Episode 12.
Related-work access point for a motion picture that conflicts with another motion picture with the same title
When the comprehensive title is in conflict, add a qualifier after the comprehensive title
Name authority record for the motion picture
130 #0$a Perils of Pauline (Motion picture : 1914)
 
 
 
Past PCC/LC practice: PCC/LC practice for "secondary access" for motion pictures prior to 2005 will have resulted in instances of qualification now no longer called for. Generally, continue to use such access points in MARC fields 1XX, 6XX, and 7XX on records for items cataloged after 2004 (routinely retain name authority records created in accord with these policies although they would not necessarily be needed under current policies).
Television Programs (including video and film formats)
Background
Because LC’s Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division (M/B/RS) uses Archival Moving Image Materials, 2nd ed. (AMIM2) in cataloging television programs, one of the purposes of this section of the Policy Statement is to provide guidance for those libraries using RDA (including LC when cataloging resources that are related to television programs).
The approach taken for the "PCC practice" preserves past practice, which in some cases has now been incorporated into RDA (e.g., the use of the qualifier (Television program)), but in other situations follows RDA. However, the following is a departure from a strict RDA approach:
limiting name authority records for television programs to the "work" level to the exclusion of name authority records for "language expressions" of the work., e.g., dubbed television programs.
PCC Practice for Constructing an Authorized Access Point for a Television Program Itself
Assign an authorized access point under the conditions listed for motion pictures that apply also to television programs. If cataloging an individual title that is part of a comprehensive title (e.g., an episode of a television series), follow also the guidelines in paragraph 2 of this section below. Note especially the following situations.
1. Same title, different resources. Construct an authorized access point to distinguish a television program from another resource with the same preferred title (see RDA 6.27.1.9).
When it is necessary to qualify an authorized access point for a television program to break a conflict, use the qualifier "(Television program)" (see RDA 6.3.1.3), and create a name authority record for the television program. (Use this authorized access point in all entries for the particular work; update existing records as needed to insure this uniformity.) Contrary to RDA, do not create separate name authority records for separate language versions of a particular television program or for variant titles. Instead, treat the titles of separate language versions as variant titles and make MARC field 4XX variant access points from them as well as other variant titles on the name authority record for the television program.
Note:AMIM2 does not follow this practice. Under AMIM2, an authorized access point is not assigned solely to distinguish a television program entered under a title proper from another resource entered under that same title.
If a resource has been distributed theatrically, nontheatrically, as a home video, and/or aired on television, use the qualifier applicable to the original distribution. When the original distribution is unknown, cannot be determined, or is not applicable (e.g., undistributed home movies), use the qualifier "(Motion picture)." Use the qualifier "(Motion picture)" when the original distribution is directly to the home video market. Use the qualifier "(Television program)" for those resources originally aired on television whether or not they have subsequent home video releases.
If the authorized access points of different television programs would be the same, resolve the conflict by using the following additional qualifiers (see RDA 6.27.1.9), in this order:
a.
year first telecast (i.e., date of the work/first expression)
b.
production company or network (use the RDA form of the name exactly as given on the name authority record; in cases of multiple production companies, use the first one recorded in the statement of responsibility in the title and statement of responsibility area)
c.
country of production (use the RDA form from the name authority record for the country minus any cataloger’s addition).
Change existing authorized access points to insure, to the extent possible, synchronization between access points for different television programs with the same title. When a preferred qualifier does not resolve a conflict, retain that qualifier and add another. This structure will preserve synchronization between the authorized access points for different television programs with the same title.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic records
130 0#$a Othello (Television program : 1963 : Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)
130 0#$a Othello (Television program : 1963 : WOR-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.))
Illustrates that a television station can be a production company
 
 
 
2. Comprehensive title/Individual title. When cataloging an individual title that is part of a comprehensive title (i.e., an original telecast series and not a publisher/distributor series that would be treated as a series statement), such as an episode of a television series, use as the title proper a structured combination that consists of a comprehensive title and either an individual title or a numeric designation (e.g., an episode number) or both.
a.
Individual titles intended to be viewed consecutively. Determine whether the individual titles are to be viewed consecutively (e.g., certain limited series such as "Roots," historical documentaries covering a specified time sequence, educational programs in which the material is presented sequentially). Viewing the individual titles consecutively actively contributes to, indeed may be dependent upon, an intelligible grasp of the material presented. If in doubt, treat the individual titles as not intended to be viewed consecutively.
Use as the title proper a structured combination that consists of a comprehensive title, a numeric designation (e.g., episode number, show number, production number), and an individual title when one is available.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic records
245 04$a The Civil War. $n Episode 1, $p 1861--the cause ...
245 04$a The Civil War. $n Episode 2, $p 1862--a very bloody affair ...
Bibliographic record
130 0#$a Introduction to mathematics (Television program). $n No. 1, $p Basic.
245 10$a Introduction to mathematics. $n No. 1, $p Basic ...
Illustrates that when the comprehensive title conflicts with another resource, the qualifier is added after the comprehensive title. Giving 246 title access or not is based on the character of the individual title and a judgment of the usefulness of title access in that form
Name authority record
130 #0$a Introduction to mathematics (Television program)
Bibliographic records
245 00$a Roots--the next generations. $n Show no. 1 ...
245 00$a Roots--the next generations. $n Show no. 2 ...
Illustrates the absence of individual titles
 
 
 
A name authority record for the television series is not necessary.
In the absence of both a numeric designation and an individual title, use the date of telecast in the form [yyyy-mm-dd].
b.
Individual titles not intended to be viewed consecutively. Because there is not a consistent approach in the world of television distribution regarding the assignment of numbers used to identify episodes of television series (episode/production/show numbers), use as the title proper a structured combination that consists of a comprehensive title and an individual title when one is available. In the absence of an individual title, use a numeric designation (e.g., episode number, show number, production number). When an individual title is used and a numeric designation is available, provide access to the numeric designation through a variant title.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
245 04$a The Nancy Walker show. $p Terry's depression
246 30$a Terry's depresssion
246 3#$a Nancy Walker show. $n Episode no. 1-10
246 3#$a Nancy Walker show. $n Show no. 108
246 3#$a Nancy Walker show. $n Season 1, Episode 10
246 for the individual title given or not based on the character of the individual title and a judgment of the usefulness of title access in that form. Illustrates that a single episode may have more than one type of number
 
 
 
A name authority record for the television series is not necessary.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
130 0#$a Paper chase (Television program). $p Man who could be king.
245 14$a The paper chase. $p The man who could be king ...
246 30$a Man who could be king
246 3#$a Paper chase. $n Program no. T-704
Illustrates that when the comprehensive title conflicts with another resource, the qualifier is added after the comprehensive title. Illustrates that, unlike serials, an authorized access point is not assigned solely to remove an initial article preceding an individual title, but when one is assigned for some other reason, an initial article preceding an individual title is not retained. Giving MARC field 246 title access or not to the individual title is based on the character of the individual title and a judgment of the usefulness of title access in that form. Illustrates that when giving access to the episode number, the comprehensive title used is the same as that used in MARC field 245 except for initial articles
Name authority record for the television series
130 #0$a Paper chase (Television program)
 
 
 
In the absence of an individual title, use a numeric designation. In the absence of both a numeric designation and an individual title, use the date of telecast in the form [yyyy-mm-dd].
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic records
245 00America 2night. $n Episode no. 233 ...
245 0Panorama. $n [1983-07-09] ...
 
 
 
If the comprehensive title represents a publisher/distributor series, treat it as a series statement.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
245 00$a Tanner ‘88. $p The night of the Twinkies ...
246 30$a Night of the Twinkies
246 3#$a Tanner ‘88. $n Volume 1
4XX$a Criterion television
"Criterion television" is a series used by The Voyager Company when reissuing the television program on videodisc. Giving 246 title access or not to the individual title is based on the character of the individual title and a judgment of the usefulness of title access in that form
 
 
 
3. Compilations. These are usually selected portions of a television series. They may or may not relate to a particular season; treat them accordingly as follows:
a.
for those that are a compilation of all the programs telecast in a particular season, collocate them by using the authorized access point for the work as a whole followed by the term "Season" as the standard term to denote what may be called variously "year 1," "season one," "first season," "vol. 1," "first year," etc., followed by the number of the season;
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
130 0#$a All in the family (Television program). $n Season 1.
245 10$a All in the family. $n The complete first season
Name authority record for the television series
130 #0All in the family (Television program)
 
 
 
Caution: Do not inadvertently treat a compilation of a complete series telecast over a short period of time as a season.
b.
for selections from a particular season, use the pattern in 1) directly above and add the term "Selections";
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
130 0#$a I love Lucy (Television program). $n Season 1. $k Selections.
245 10$a I love Lucy. $n Season one. $n V. 9
Name authority record for the television series
130 #0I love Lucy (Television program)
Bibliographic record
130 0#$a Rhoda. $n Season 3. $k Selections.
245 14$a The very best of Rhoda. $n Season 3
Two episodes of the television show broadcast in 1976
 
 
 
A name authority record for the television series is not necessary.
c.
for selections from two or more seasons or for those covered by a special rubric such as "The best of ...", construct the authorized access point for the work as a whole followed only by the term "Selections"; when a selection with a special rubric relates to a single season, however, use the pattern in 2) directly above.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic records
130 0#$a Simpsons (Television program). $k Selections.
245 14$a The best of the Simpsons
 
130 0#$a Simpsons (Television program). k Selections.
245 14$a The Simpsons : $b political party ...
A compilation of politically themed episodes from the show
Name authority record
130 #0$a Simpsons (Television program)
 
 
 
Past PCC practice: PCC practice for "primary access" to television programs prior to 2005 may not reflect the guidelines in this Policy Statement with respect to the instances of qualification, to the form of qualification, or to the creation of a name authority record. Generally, continue to use such authorized access points and name authority records. Do not make changes solely to reflect new practice. Limit changes to those stimulated by other conditions. Note that aside from creating a Name Authority Record (NAR) to qualify an authorized access point for a television program, the usual conditions for creating a NAR as stated in the Introduction to DCM Z1 continue to obtain.
PCC/LC Practice for Constructing Authorized Access Points for Related Works or Subject Access When Cataloging Any Resource Related to a Television Program)
In cataloging a resource related to a television program/series (e.g., a teleplay, a music recording for the television program/series), provide a related work access point (MARC field 7XX) or a subject access point (MARC field 6XX) for the television program/series. If it is necessary to distinguish a television program/series entered under a title proper from another resource entered under that same title, add the qualifier "(Television program)."
When a resource relates to a television series whose comprehensive title is not in conflict, do not use a qualifier.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
100 1#$a Fates, Gil, $d 1913-
245 10$a What’s my line? : $b the inside history of TV’s most famous panel show ...
630 00$a What’s my line?
Subject added entry for the television series
 
 
 
A name authority record for the television series is not necessary.
When a resource relates to a television series whose title is in conflict with another resource entered under the same title, use a qualifier to break the conflict.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
100 1#$a Dunning, Jennifer.
245 10$a Great performances : $b a celebration ...
630 00Great performances (Television program)
Subject added entry for the television series that conflicts with another resource
Name authority record for the television series
130 #0Great performances (Television program)
 
 
 
In such a case standard procedure calls for applying the authorized access point to all instances of the comprehensive title for the whole work, including the instances of structured combinations used for individual episodes of the television series:
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record for an episode of Great performances
130 0#$a Great performances (Television program). $p Solti conducts Mendelssohn ...
245 00$a Great performances. $p Solti conducts Mendelssohn ...
 
 
 
LC practice: Because in LC’s catalog the actual episodes of a television series are cataloged according to AMIM2 rules, catalogers following RDA practice in providing related access to the television series will not update AMIM2 records to reflect the practice illustrated above. This is the result of applying one set of rules to the actual cataloging of the materials and another set when providing secondary/subject access.
Past PCC/LC practice: PCC/LC practice for "secondary access" for television programs prior to 2005 will have resulted in instances of qualification now no longer called for. Generally, continue to use such authorized access points in MARC fields 1XX, 6XX, and 7XX on records for items cataloged after 2004 (routinely retain name authority records created in accord with these policies although they would not necessarily be needed under current policies).
Radio Programs
Background
For cataloging radio programs, LC follows the RDA approach as modified in this Policy Statement. PCC and LC practice are the same.
Constructing an Authorized Access Point for a Radio Program Itself
Construct an authorized access point for a radio program in the following situations:
1. Same preferred title, different resources. Construct an authorized access point to distinguish a radio program from another bibliographic resource with the same preferred title (see RDA 6.27.1.9 and 6.36.6) and create a name authority record.
Use this authorized access point in all entries for the particular work; update existing records as needed to insure this uniformity.
Contrary to RDA, do not create separate name authority records for separate language versions of a particular radio program or for variant titles. Instead, treat the titles of separate language versions as variant titles and make MARC field 4XX variant access points from them as well as other variant titles on the name authority record for the radio program (work).
If the authorized access points of different radio programs would be the same, resolve the conflict by using the following additional qualifiers (see RDA 6.27.1.9), in this order:
a.
year first broadcast (i.e., date of the work/first expression)
b.
production company or network (use the RDA form of the name exactly as given on the name authority record; in cases of multiple production companies, use the first one recorded in the statement of responsibility in the title and statement of responsibility area)
c.
country of production (RDA’s "place of origin;" use the RDA form from the name authority record for the place minus any cataloger’s addition (cf. rule 24.4C1))
Change existing authorized access points to insure, to the extent possible, synchronization between access points for different radio programs with the same title. When a preferred qualifier does not resolve a conflict, retain that qualifier and add another. This structure will preserve synchronization between the authorized access points for different radio programs with the same title.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic records
130 0#$a Morning jazz (Radio program : 2004 : (WPFW Radio station : Washington, D.C.))
130 0#$a Morning jazz (Radio program : 2004 : (WWUH Radio station : West Hartford, Conn.))
Illustrates that a radio station can be a production company
 
 
 
2. Comprehensive title/Individual title. When cataloging an individual title that is part of a comprehensive title (i.e., an original broadcast series and not a publisher/distributor series that would be treated as a series statement), such as an episode or an excerpt of a radio series, use as the title proper a structured combination that consists of a comprehensive title for the whole and either an individual title or a numeric designation (e.g., episode number, program number, show number) or both.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
245 00$a Hollywood radio theatre. $n Program no. 133, $p Lost in the storm ...
Bibliographic record
245 00$a Adventures in research. $n No. 586, $p The moldy saucer ...
246 30$a Moldy saucer
246 is given or not, based on the character of the individual title and a judgment of the usefulness of title access in that form. Illustrates that, unlike serials, an authorized access point is not assigned solely to remove an initial article preceding an individual title but when one is assigned for some other reason, an initial article preceding an individual title is not retained
Bibliographic record
130 0#$a American folk music (Radio program). $n Program no. C-21.
245 10$a American folk music. $n Program no. C-21 ...
Illustrates that when the comprehensive title conflicts with another resource, the qualifier is added after the comprehensive title. Illustrates the absence of an individual title
Name authority record for the radio program
130 #0$a American folk music (Radio program
 
 
 
In the absence of a numeric designation or an individual title, the date of broadcast can be used, if available, in the form [yyyy-mm-dd].
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
130 0#$a Jack Benny program (Radio program). $n 1946-03-10.
245 14$a The Jack Benny show. $n [1946-03-10] ...
Name authority record for the radio program
130 #0$a Jack Benny program (Radio program)
 
 
 
If the comprehensive title for the whole represents a publisher/distributor series, treat it as a series statement:
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
245 04$a The Bob Hope show. $p Bob and Bing stop feuding ...
4XX$a Golden days of radio
"Golden days of radio" is a series the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service used to reissue various radio shows
 
 
 
3. Compilations. These are usually selected portions of a radio series. They may or may not relate to a particular season; treat them accordingly as follows:
a.
for those that are a compilation of all the programs broadcast in a particular season, collocate them by using the authorized access point for the work as a whole followed by the term "Season" as the standard term to denote what may be called variously "year 1," "season one," "first season," "vol. 1," "first year," etc., followed by the number of the season;
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
130 0#$a American Radio Company of the Air (Radio program). $n Season 1.
245 10$a Garrison Keillor’s American Radio Company. $n The first season ...
Name authority record for the radio series
130 #0$a American Radio Company of the Air (Radio program)
 
 
 
Caution: Do not inadvertently treat a compilation of a complete series broadcast over a short period of time as a season.
b.
for selections from a particular season, use the pattern in "1. Same preferred title, different resources" directly above and add the term "Selections";
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
130 0#$a Shadow (Radio program). $n Season 2. $k Selections.
245 14$a The Shadow. $n The best of season two ...
Made up example
Name authority record for the radio series
130 #0$a Shadow (Radio program)
 
 
 
c.
for selections from two or more seasons or for those covered by a special rubric such as "The best of ...", use the authorized access point for the work as a whole followed only by the term "Selections"; when a selection with a special rubric relates to a single season, however, use the pattern in "2. Comprehensive title/Individual title" directly above.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Bibliographic record
130 0#$a All things considered (Radio program). $k Selections.
245 14$a The best of All things considered ...
Name authority record for the radio series
130 #0$a All things considered (Radio program)
 
 
 
Past PCC/LC practice: PCC/LC practice for "primary access" to radio programs prior to 2005 may not reflect the guidelines in this Policy Statement with respect to the instances of qualification, to the form of qualification, or to the creation of a name authority record. Generally, continue to use such authorized access points and name authority records. Do not make changes solely to reflect new practice. Limit changes to those stimulated by other conditions. Note that aside from creating a Name Authority Record (NAR) to qualify an authorized access point for a radio program, the usual conditions for creating a NAR as stated in the Introduction to DCM Z1 continue to obtain.
Constructing Authorized Access Points for Related Works or Subject Access When Cataloging Any Resource Related to a Radio Program
In cataloging a resource related to a radio program/series (e.g., a radio script, a recording of music from a radio program/series), provide a related work access point (MARC field 7XX) or a subject access point (MARC field 6XX) for the related radio program/series. If it is necessary to distinguish a radio program/series from another resource entered under the same preferred title, add the qualifier "(Radio program)." If the radio program/series for which a related-work or subject access point is being provided is an individual title associated with a comprehensive title for the whole work, e.g., an episode of a radio serial, follow also the guidelines in "2) Comprehensive/Individual title" immediately above.
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Past PCC/LC practice: PCC/LC practice for "secondary access" for radio programs prior to 2005 will have resulted in instances of qualification now no longer called for. Generally, continue to use such authorized access points in MARC fields 1XX, 6XX, and 7XX on records for items cataloged after 2004 (routinely retain name authority records created in accord with these policies although they would not necessarily be needed under current policies).
[2015-12]
LC-PCC PS for 6.27.2
AUTHORIZED ACCESS POINT REPRESENTING A PART OR PARTS OF A WORK
Series Authorized Access Points
PCC practice: For guidelines on constructing series authorized access points for parts of monographs, serials, and integrating resources, see Policy Statement 6.27.
[2011-09]
LC-PCC PS for 6.27.2.3
ALTERNATIVE
LC practice for Alternative: Add Selections to the authorized access point representing the work as a whole.
[2011-12]