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

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14.1. Linking relationships and linking entry fields: an overview

14.1.1 Sequential and horizontal relationships.

Relationships between serials and other resources can be broadly defined as "sequential" and “horizontal.”1
Sequential relationships are relationships in time between serials, monographs, 2 and integrating resources.3 In most cases a serial undergoes a major change in the title proper or a change in the corporate body responsible for its creation, thus requiring a new description. Each new description/record covers a different time span. Sequential relationships may also be thought of as chronological relationships. They may be simple (continues/continued by) or complex (mergers, splits, absorptions). Links for chronological relationships are given in fields 780 and 785.
Sequential relationships:  example
Bulletin of the American Library Association (1907-1938)
Absorbed (work): Adult education and the library (1924-1930)

Continued by: ALA bulletin (1939-1969)

Absorbed (work): Public libraries (1947-1956)
Continued by: American libraries (1970- )

Horizontal relationships between serials include “equivalent,” “accompanying,” and “derivative”

relationships. Not all horizontal serial relationships fit neatly into these categories however. For example, some language editions may have very little content in common; the specific nature of the relationship may simply be that the publisher of all the editions is the same. Related serials may be issued simultaneously (e.g., language editions, different formats) or at different times (e.g., a reprint).

  1. Equivalent relationships are relationships between serial “reproductions.” LC-PCC PS 27.1 states:

The term “reproduction” is being used in its broadest sense to include all resources formerly identified as reproductions, republications, reprints, reissues, facsimiles, etc., that still represent equivalent content between an original resource and a reproduction of that original.

Under the provider neutral description convention, CONSER treats relationships between online and other versions (print, CD-ROM, etc.) of a serial as equivalent manifestation relationships. Links for equivalent relationships are given in fields 775 and 776.

Kapital daily

Also issued in microform: Kapital daily

Kapital daily

Reproduction of (manifestation): Kapital daily

  1. Accompanying relationships include supplements, companion publications, and “issued with” serials. Links for accompanying relationships are given in the following fields:

Parent/supplement (770/772)

“Issued with” (777)

Companions, etc. (787)

AJP reports (2011- )

Companion to: American journal of perinatology (1983- )

American journal of perinatology (1983- )

Has companion publication: AJP reports (2011- )

  1. Derivative relationships are relationships between serial works and expressions in most cases. Examples include translations and cumulations. Links for derivative relationships are given in fields 765/767, 775, and 787.

Naše společná přítomnost (2012- )

Issued also in English: Naše společná přítomnost. English. Our shared presence

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