Ccm module 14. Linking relationships (Fields 765-787, 580)

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CCM Module 14. Linking relationships (Fields 765-787, 580)


CCM Module 14. Linking relationships (Fields 765-787, 580) 1

Contents 1

Module Introduction 3

This Module will discuss: 3

References 3

Definitions used in this module 4

14.1. Linking relationships and linking entry fields: an overview 7

14.1.1 Sequential and horizontal relationships. 7

14.1.2 Steps in creating a link. 8

14.1.3 What linking entry fields do and don’t do. 10

14.1.4 Components of a linking entry field. 12

14.1.5 Reciprocal links. (RDA 17) 14

14.1.6. When to use a structured description using relationship designators and/or an unstructured description of the relationship. 15

14.2 Sequential relationships (fields 780/785) (RDA/LC-PCC PS 25.1; RDA 26.1; RDA/LC-PCC PS 27.1) 18

14.2.1 Continues/Continued by (fields 780 X0/785 X0) 18

14.2.2 Separated from/Continued in part by (fields 780 07/785 X1) 19

14.2.3 Continues in part/Split into (fields 780 X1/785 X6) 19

14.2.4 Absorbed/Absorbed by (fields 780 X5/785 X4) 20

14.2.5 Absorbed in part/Absorbed in part by (fields 780 X6/785 X5) 21

14.2.6 Merged with: … to form: …/Merger of: …; and … (fields 780 X4/785 X7) 22

14.3. Horizontal relationships 23

14.3.1 Translations (fields 765/767) and language editions (field 775) 23

14.3.2. Other types of editions (field 775) (see also Module 9). (RDA 24.4;;;; 25

14.3.3. Reprints (field 775) (see also Module 17) 26

14.3.4. Supplements (fields 770/772) (see also Module 17) 26

14.3.5. Additional physical form. (field 776). (RDA 3.1.2; 3.1.3; 28

14.3.6. “Issued with” (field 777) (RDA 27.1.3) 29

14.3.7. Companions, summaries, and other related resources (field 787) 30

14.4 Linking to monographs and integrating resources 30

14.4.1 Introduction. 30

14.4.2. Monographs. 31

14.4.3. Integrating resources. 32

14.5 When not to link 32

14.5.1. The relationship is too vague or unclear. 32

14.5.2. Related serials for which the title is the same and there is no online record. 32

14.5.3. The related serial is not separately cataloged. 33

14.5.4. Brother sister relationships. 33

14.5.5. Related serial is acting only as publisher. 33

14.6. Summary 34

Module Introduction

Part of the complexity of serials is due to their relationships to other resources. Relationships may exist between one serial work and another work, between a work and an expression, between one manifestation and other, etc. Relationships may be recorded in the bibliographic record in a variety of MARC fields. The MARC linking entry fields support the recording of structured descriptions of related works, expressions, manifestations, or items. Much of the information regarding the construction of linking entry fields is contained in the section Linking entry fields–General information in the CONSER Editing Guide, including the form of entry and use of subfield codes. This module will discuss use of the linking entry fields in recording structured relationships between serial works, expressions, and manifestations. Use of the linking entry fields in the recording of structured relationships between works, expressions, manifestations, and items is CONSER Standard Record practice if applicable.

This Module will discuss:

How serials relate to one another and to other resources and how to determine when such relationships exist

How to determine the linking relationship and its appropriate tag or indicator value

How to determine when to use a 580 field with or without a link

How to determine when a linking entry field is not appropriate


Resource Description and Access/ LC-PCC PS

Changes Requiring a New Description. Serials. 1.6.2. /LC-PCC PS

General Guidelines on Recording Primary Relationships. 17. (as per LC-PCC PS, this

chapter is not being implemented while we are using MARC 21).

General Guidelines on Recording Relationships between Works, Expressions,

Manifestations and Items. 24.

Description of the Related Work, Expression, Manifestation, or Item. 24.4.3

Related Works. 25.

Related Expressions. 26.

Related Manifestations. 27/LC-PCC PS

Relationship designators. Appendix J.1/ LC-PCC PS

Relationship designators. Appendix J.2.5

Relationship designators. Appendix J.4.2
CONSER Cataloging Manual

Module 9. Edition statement

Module 16. Changes that require a new record

Module 17. Related works

Module 35. Integrating Resources
CONSER Editing Guide. 1994 ed. Washington, D.C. : Serial Record Division, Library of Congress ; available from the Cataloging Distribution Service, 1994-

Linking entry fields--General information, fields 530, 533, 580, 760/762, 765/767,

770/772, 773/774, 775, 776, 777, 780, 785, 786, 787
Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records: Final Report (München: K.G. Saur, 1998). Available online at:

MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Data. Web site

Definitions used in this module

Access Point: A name, term, code, etc., representing a specific entity. (RDA)
Authorized Access Point: The standardized access point representing an entity. (RDA)
Carrier: A physical medium in which data, sound, images, etc., are stored. For certain types of resources, the carrier may consist of a storage medium (e.g., tape, film) sometimes encased in a plastic, metal, etc., housing (e.g., cassette, cartridge) that is an integral part of the resource. (RDA)
Catalog: The file against which the searching and cataloging is being done. (LC-PCC PS for RDA
Display Constants: A display constant is a term, phrase, spacing, or punctuation convention that may be system generated in order to make a visual presentation of data in a record more meaningful to a user. In the bibliographic format certain field tags (e.g., field 770, Supplement/Special Issue Entry), indicators (e.g. field 511 Indicator 1, Display constant controller), and subfield codes (e.g., the subject subdivision subfields $x, $y, and $z … ), may be used to generate specific terms, phrases, and/or spacing or punctuation conventions for the display of a record. (MARC 21 Bibliographic)
Expression of Work: A realization of a work in the form of alpha-numeric, musical or choreographic notation, sound, image, object, movement, etc., or any combination of such forms. (RDA)
Horizontal relationship: The relationship between versions of a bibliographic item in different languages, formats, media, etc. (MARC 21 Bibliographic)
Integrating resource: A resource that is added to or changed by means of updates that do not remain discrete but are integrated into the whole (e.g., a loose-leaf manual that is updated by means of replacement pages, a Web site that is updated continuously). (RDA) Integrating resources can be finite or continuing.

Item: A single exemplar or instance of a manifestation. (RDA)
Language edition: A resource published simultaneously in different languages. The publisher of all of the editions is usually the same. The titles may be in different languages or in the same language. (CCM)
Manifestation:  The physical embodiment of an expression of a work. (RDA). Often used interchangeably with the word version when referring to online manifestations. (CCM)
Monograph: A bibliographic resource that is complete in one part or intended to be completed within a finite number of parts. (RDA)
Reciprocal relationship: The relationship between two resources, as represented by paired linking fields (e.g., 780/785) or by a link with the same MARC 21 tag that is given in each related record (e.g., 775). (CCM)
Related Expression: An expression, represented by an identifier, an authorized access point, or a description, that is related to the expression being described (e.g., a revised version, a translation). (RDA)
Related Item: An item, represented by an identifier or a description, that is related to the resource being described (e.g., an item used as the basis for a microform reproduction). (RDA)
Related Manifestation: A manifestation, represented by an identifier or a description, that is related to the resource being described (e.g., a manifestation in a different format). (RDA)
Related Resource.:A different resource (e.g., a separately issued supplement) that is related to the resource being described. (RDA)
Related Work:. A work, represented by an identifier, an authorized access point, or a description, that is related to the work being described (e.g., an adaptation, commentary, supplement, sequel, part of a larger work). (RDA)
Relationship Designator: A designator that indicates the nature of the relationship between entities represented by authorized access points, descriptions, and/or identifiers. (RDA)
Reprint: 1. A new printing of a resource made from the original type image, commonly by photographic methods. The reprint may reproduce the original exactly (an impression) or it may contain minor but well-defined variations (an issue). 2. A new edition with substantially unchanged text. (AACR2)
Reproduction: An exact copy of the content of a resource made by mechanical or electronic means. (RDA)
Resource: A work, expression, manifestation or item. The term includes not only an individual entity but also aggregates and components of such entities (e.g., three sheet maps, a single slide issued as part of a set of twenty, an article in an issue of a scholarly journal). It may refer to a tangible entity (e.g., an audiocassette) or an intangible entity (e.g., a Web site). (RDA)
Serial: A resource issued in successive parts, usually having numbering, that has no predetermined conclusion (e.g., a periodical, a monographic series, a newspaper). Includes resources that exhibit characteristics of serials, such as successive issues, numbering, and frequency, but whose duration is limited (e.g., newsletters of events) and reproductions of serials. (RDA)
Structured Description: A full or partial description of a resource using the same structure (i.e., the same order of elements) that is used for the resource being described. (RDA)
Title Proper: The chief name of a resource (i.e., the title normally used when citing the resource). (RDA)
Translation: A resource that is translated into another language. It is usually published by a different publisher than the original and at a later time. (CCM)
Unstructured Description: A full or partial description of a resource written as a sentence or paragraph. (RDA)
Vertical relationship: The hierarchical relationship of the whole to its parts and the parts to the whole (e.g., a journal article to the journal, a subseries to the main series). (MARC 21 Bibliographic)
Work: A distinct intellectual or artistic creation (i.e., the intellectual or artistic content). (RDA)

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