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RDA in NACO

  • Module 2.b
  • MARC 21 in NACO RDA Authority Records: Old and New Fields

RDA authority record in MARC

  • 008/10 (OCLC: Rules) = z for RDA
  • 040 $e rda
  • These two codings go together, as the z indicates “Other” for the source of the descriptive cataloging rules being used and the 040 $e tells us which rules are being used.

Old fields still in use without change

  • 670 for information found
    • Some of what used to be recorded here can now be recorded in other fields, but the fundamental function of the 670 – to record Information found – has not changed
  • 675 for information not found
  • 663 for multiple pseudonym situations

Old fields in use with minor changes

  • 1XX
  • 4XX
  • 5XX
  • 667
  • 678

What changes? 1XX, 4XX, 5XX

  • 100, 400, 500 fields
    • The $c subfield may occur in front of the $q subfield
    • RDA 9.19.1.1 tells us to use the attributes in the order presented in 9.19.1.2-.7
      • $c Title, $d Dates, $q Fuller Form, $d Period of Activity, $c Profession or Occupation, $c Field of Activity
    • So it is possible to have multiple $c subfields, or $c in front of $q or $d

What changes? 5XX

  • 5XX
    • Possible to use relationship designators from Appendix K to indicate relationships between NAR’s
    • $w r with related $i (or $4) for use with (e.g.):
      • Predecessor/Successor for corporate bodies
      • Progenitor/Family member for Families and Personal Names
    • This is an area that will be elaborated over time.

What changes? 5XX

What changes? 667

  • Transition from AACR2 to RDA will entail some changes that require human intervention
  • A note will be placed in the 667 which will notate these authority records
  • What do you do when you see them? If you are independent, update the record
    • Guidelines will be provided

What changes? 678

  • Formerly abandoned with AACR2, now returning to life
  • Meant for the public to see more than for the cataloger, so write them coherently, not in the shortest form possible
  • Example:
  • 678 Joseph Smith, Jr. (1805-1844) was a Mormon prophet and founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

What are the new fields? The List

  • All Optional
  • 046
  • 336
  • 368*
  • 370
  • 371
  • 372
  • 373*
  • 374
  • *Not yet activated in the software
  • 375
  • 376
  • 377
  • 378*
  • 380
  • 381
  • 382
  • 383
  • 384

Fields related to Name Attributes

  • For authority records
    • 046
    • 370
    • 371
    • 372
    • 373
    • 377
  • Personal Names Only
    • 374
    • 375
    • 378
  • Corporate Bodies Only
    • 368
  • Family Names Only
    • 376
  • Works, Expressions, Only
    • 336, 380, 381
  • Music Only
    • 382, 383, 384

Using the fields

  • Stick with numerical order in the NAR
  • If a source subfield ($2) or date parameters ($s or $t) are needed, repeat the field, not the subfield

Common subfield: Citing your source

  • Just as in the 670, you must tell us where you found the information
    • One or the other, not both
  • $u for the URI
    • Record the URI for the website location
  • $v for everything else
    • Record the title and date of your resource; no need to be more specific

Common subfield: other

  • $2 (Source) defined and optionally used in some fields
  • $0 (record control number) and $4 (relator code) defined but not routinely used
  • $6 (linkage) & $8 (field link and sequence number) defined but not used in LC/NAF

RDA in NACO

  • Module 2.c
  • MARC21 in NACO RDA Authority Records:
  • Fields for all Name Authority Records

New field: 046: Special Coded Dates (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $f - Birth date (NR)
    • $g - Death date (NR)
    • $k - Beginning or single date created (NR)
    • $l - Ending date created (NR)
    • $s - Start period (NR)
    • $t - End period (NR)
    • $u - Uniform Resource Identifier (R)
    • $v - Source of information (R)
    • $2 - Source of date scheme (NR)
  • RDA 9.3, 10.4, 11.4, 6.4, 6.10

New field: 046: Special Coded Dates (R)

  • Special code means there is a strict format to follow:
  • DEFAULT is ISO 8601: YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.S
    • Unless $2 specifies another encoding scheme for dates
    • The other standard to be used is the $2 edtf (Extended Date/Time Format) for uncertain dates
  • The computers like this

New field: 046: Special Coded Dates (R)

  • For a person born in June 2, 1946 and still alive
  • 046 _ _ $f 19460602
  • For a person born in 1840 and dead at the Battle of Bull Run on July 21, 1861
  • 046 _ _ $f 1840 $g 18610721
  • You put as much detail as you have, then tell us your source in the 670 or in a subfield $u or subfield $v at the end of the 046

New field: 046: Special Coded Dates (R)

  • For a company founded in 1960
  • 046 _ _ $s 1960
  • For a family whose recognized history starts with the founder’s arrival in America
  • 046 _ _ $s 1765
  • For a musical group that started in 1960 and broke up in 1970
  • 046 _ _ $s 1960 $t 1970

New field: 046: Special Coded Dates (R)

  • Oddities of the ISO standard
    • If you have year and month only:
      • 046 _ _ $f 1946-06
    • BC dates are one year off, as are centuries
      • 147 B.C. = 046 _ _ $s -0146
      • 20th century = 046 _ _ $s 19
  • Expressing questionable dates in EDTF
    • 1902? = 046 _ _ $s 1902? $2 edtf
    • Approximately 1902 = 046 _ _ $s 1902~ $2 edtf
    • Either 1901 and 1902 = 046 _ _ $s [1901,1902] $2 edtf

New field: 046: Special Coded Dates (R)

  • If you have one solid date and one approximate date, you can use one or two 046’s to indicate the different standards of ISO 8601 and edtf
  • We really like dates. Please add them wherever possible, even if you aren’t using them in the access point
  • You do have the option of taking date information found in an AACR2 record and recording it in the 046

New field: 370: Associated Place (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Place of birth (NR)
    • $b Place of death (NR)
    • $c Associated country (R)
    • $e Place of residence/headquarters (R)
    • $f Other associated place (R)
    • $g Place of origin of work (R)
    • $s Start period (NR)
    • $t End period (NR)
    • $u Uniform Resource Identifier (R)
    • $v Source of information (R)
    • $0 Record control number (R)
    • $2 Source of term (NR)
  • RDA 9.8, 9.9, 9.10, 9.11; 10.5; 11.3.3, 11.9, 11.3.2; 6.5

New field: 370: Associated Place (R)

  • If you are going to have more than one $s start and $t end period related with a particular place, you should repeat the field, not the subfields.
  • $a and $b are specific to Personal Names
  • $g is specific to Works
  • All other subfields are available for all types of NAR’s, as shown in the RDA instruction references.

New field: 370: Associated Place (R)

  • The form of the name of the place should be in the authorized form, according to RDA,
  • and written as it would be in a qualifier in the 1XX (no parentheses).
  • Even if it is not established in the NAF yet, record it in that form. (You don’t have to establish it just to use it here.)

New field: 371: Address (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Address (R)
    • $b City (NR)
    • $c Intermediate jurisdiction (NR)
    • $d Country (NR)
    • $e Postal code (NR)
    • $m Electronic mail address (R)
    • $s Start period (NR)
    • $t End period (NR)
    • $u Uniform Resource Identifier (R)
    • $v Source of information (R)
    • $z Public note (R)
    • $4 Relator code (R)
  • RDA 9.12; 11.9

New field: 371: Address (R)

  • This field is available for Personal Names and Corporate Bodies
  • Essentially, you are recording available contact information
  • Don’t spend much time looking for it; only record the obvious

New field: 373: Associated Group (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Associated Group (R)
    • $s Start period (NR)
    • $t End period (NR)
    • $u Uniform Resource Identifier (R)
    • $v Source of information (R)
    • $0 Record control number (R)
    • $2 Source of term (NR)
  • RDA 9.13; 11.5

New field: 373: Associated Group (R)

  • Formerly called Affiliation
  • Expresses a relationship between 1XX and a group
  • Can have dates defined or NOT
    • So if you don’t know, don’t try to find out
  • Does NOT have to be in authorized form for name; just as presented on the resource
  • OR you can use the NAF form; if so use $2 naf

New field: 377: Associated Language (R)

  • 2nd Indicator 7 if using a specific source, which would then be noted in the $2
  • If using the MARC Code List, I2 is blank
  • Subfields:
    • $a Language code (R)
    • $l Language term (R) (not yet activated)
    • $2 Source of code (NR)
  • RDA 9.14; 11.8

New field: 377: Associated Language (R)

  • Use an authorized code from the MARC Code List for Languages
  • Record the language the person/family/corporate body uses in works it creates or contributes to
    • E.g. a writer who is a native English speaker but publishes exclusively in German – record ger for German
  • NOTE: although RDA does not specify the language attribute for Family names, the MARC Auth. Format allows you to record the language of the family

RDA in NACO

  • Module 2.d
  • MARC21 in NACO RDA Authority Records:
  • Personal Names

New field: 372: Field of Activity (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Field of activity (R)
    • $s Start period (NR)
    • $t End period (NR)
    • $u Uniform Resource Identifier (R)
    • $v Source of information (R)
    • $0 Record control number (R)
    • $2 Source of term (NR)
  • RDA 9.15; 11.10
  • Error correction: This is presented as being exclusive to Personal names. It also applies to Corporate Body names.

New field: 372: Field of Activity (R)

  • Capitalize the first word in $a
  • The RDA examples for Field of Activity and Occupation are fuzzy; JSC is working on clarification.
  • Term in English
  • Update: DCM Z1 clarifies the distinction
  • Error: This applies also to Corporate Bodies. Use discipline words instead of full sentences.

New field: 372: Field of Activity (R)

  • Examples:
    • Jazz vs. jazz musician
    • Yoga vs. yogi
    • Astrophysics vs. physics professor
    • Education vs. teacher
    • Knitting vs. knitter
    • Local history vs. historian

New field: 374: Occupation (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Occupation (R)
    • $s Start period (NR)
    • $t End period (NR)
    • $u Uniform Resource Identifier (R)
    • $v Source of information (R)
    • $0 Record control number (R)
    • $2 Source of term (NR)
  • RDA 9.16

New field: 374: Occupation (R)

  • Capitalize the first word of the occupation
  • Generally this means what a person is paid to do; but if someone works at something and is never paid, you can still consider it their occupation
  • May use an LCSH term – but LCSH terms are generally plural for “classes of persons”; this is NOT PRESCRIPTIVE; if you do use LCSH vocabulary, code $2 lcsh

New field: 375: Gender (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Gender (R)
    • $s Start period (NR)
    • $t End period (NR)
    • $u Uniform Resource Identifier (R)
    • $v Source of information (R)
    • $2 Source of term (NR)
  • RDA 9.7

New field: 375: Gender (R)

  • Helpful to add, especially if the person has a name that is not specific to one gender
  • Note that just because it is obvious to you, doesn’t mean that a gender-specific name is obvious to everyone
    • In an international context, there is always someone who is NOT familiar with the name/gender assumptions of your culture

New field: 375: Gender (R)

  • Other than male, female, or “not known”, RDA doesn’t give any authorized terminology for other situations; stick with not known
  • It can have a start and end date – sex change situation; in that case, repeat the field, since $s and $t are NOT repeatable
  • NOTE: This is not the same thing as sexual orientation

New field: 378: Fuller Form of Personal Name (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $q Fuller form of personal name (NR)
    • $u Uniform Resource Identifier (R)
    • $v Source of information (R)
  • RDA 9.5

New field: 378: Fuller Form of Personal Name (R)

  • Not yet active; wait for announcement
  • Only for personal names, not corporate body initialisms
  • This is exactly what would go in the $q subfield of the 100, so it should look very familiar – but read the definition of fuller form in RDA 9.5!
  • If you record it here, you don’t have to record it in the 670 and vice versa

RDA in NACO

  • Module 2.e
  • MARC21 in NACO RDA Authority Records:
  • Corporate Bodies and Families

New field: 368: Other Corporate Body Attributes (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Type of corporate body (R)
    • $b Type of jurisdiction (R)
    • $c Other designation (R)
    • $0 Authority record control number or standard number (R)
    • $2 Source (NR)
  • RDA 11.7

New field: 368: Other Corporate Body Attributes (R)

  • Not yet active; wait for announcement
  • Qualifiers for a corporate body name under three circumstances:
    • ($a) Names not conveying the idea of a corporate body
    • ($b) Type of jurisdiction
    • ($c) Other designation
  • Result? Highly variable text to be recorded, based on YOUR judgment

New field: 376: Family Information (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Type of family (R)
    • $b Name of prominent member (R)
    • $c Hereditary title (R)
    • $s Start period (NR)
    • $t End period (NR)
    • $u Uniform Resource Identifier (R)
    • $v Source of information (R)
    • $0 Record control number (R)
    • $2 Source of term (NR)
  • RDA 10.3, 10.6, 10.7

New field: 376: Family Information (R)

  • Specific to Family Name NAR’s
  • No authorized list of terms for Type of Family
  • The generic, default term is Family
  • This is one that you cannot use in AACR2 NAR’s, as AACR2 does not establish family names.
  • Only establish these when the family is a creator, contributor, etc. to the resource

RDA in NACO

  • Module 2.f
  • MARC21 in NACO RDA Authority Records:
  • Works and Expressions

New field: 336: Content Type (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Content type term (R)
    • $b Content type code (R)
    • $2 Source (NR)
    • $3 Materials specified (NR)
    • $6 Linkage (NR)
  • RDA 6.9
  • Do not add a 336 field to a NACO Expression record, though– the field may be recorded in the bibliographic record for the expression instead.

New field: 336: Content Type (R)

  • Remember that RDA is agnostic re: encoding scheme, which is why the instruction reference for this authority record field is the same reference as for the bibliographic record field. We decide where to record it. RDA just tells us that it needs to be recorded
  • But if you create a description (such as an authority record) for an expression, it exists as an independent entity and so since content type is Core, it should be recorded in the description

New field: 336: Content Type (R)

  • Same list of terms as the 336 in the bib record – found in RDA 6.9
  • Do not add a 336 field to a NACO Expression record, though– the field may be recorded in the bibliographic record for the expression instead.

New field: 336: Content Type (R)

  • If you need multiple content types for one Expression, then use multiple fields
  • E.g. a comic book
  • 336 _ _ still image $2 rdacontent
  • 336 _ _ text $2 rdacontent
  • Do not add a 336 field to a NACO Expression record, though– the field may be recorded in the bibliographic record for the expression instead.

New field: 380: Form of Work (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Form of work (R)
    • $0 Record control number (R)
    • $2 Source of term (NR)
  • RDA 6.3

New field: 380: Form of Work (R)

  • Only applicable to Work level NAR’s
  • No authorized vocabulary required
  • First letter of term capitalized
  • Describes class or genre of Work. May be used to differentiate from another Work with the same title
    • E.g. Play, Novel, Essay, Conference proceedings, Board book, etc.

New field: 381: Other Distinguishing Characteristic (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Other distinguishing characteristic (R)
    • $u Uniform Resource Identifier (R)
    • $v Source of information (R)
    • $0 Record control number (R)
    • $2 Source of term (NR)
  • RDA 6.6, 6.12

New field: 381: Other Distinguishing Characteristic (R)

  • Only applicable to Work or Expression NAR’s
  • Any defining characteristic other than those already existing as attributes
    • Date, Language, or Content Type already exist, so
    • E.g. Edition, version, publisher name, translator name, arranged statement of music, etc.
  • Capitalize first letter if appropriate

RDA in NACO

  • Module 2.g
  • MARC21 in NACO RDA Authority Records:
  • Music

New field: 382: Medium of Performance (R)

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Medium of performance (R)
    • $0 Record control number (R)
    • $2 Source of term (NR)
  • RDA 6.15

New Field: 383: Numeric Designation of Music Work

  • No indicators
  • Subfields:
    • $a Serial number (R)
    • $b Opus number (R)
    • $c Thematic index number (R)
    • $d Thematic index code (NR) (not activated)
    • $e Publisher associated with opus number (NR) (not activated)
    • $2 Source (NR) (not activated)
  • RDA 6.16

New field: 384: Key (R)

  • 1st Indicator indicates original (0) or transposed (1) key, or unknown (_)
  • Subfields:
    • $a Key (NR)
  • RDA 6.17

New field: 384: Key (R)

  • Work level attribute
  • Spell out major or minor; use ♯ or ♭for sharp or flat



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