The PCC guidelines on relationship designator so says not to use designator a from Appendix I in name/title added entries.
U of Washington
On Wed, 6 Nov 2013, Wilson, Pete wrote:
> Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2013 22:28:41 +0000
> From: "Wilson, Pete" <[log in to unmask]>
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> Subject: 700 name/title work entries that include relationship designators
> I'm curious about what seems a strange combination of name-title work AAP and relationship designators.
> This is from LC's record 2013-361481:
> 700:12: Berengo-Gardin, Gianni, $e photographer. $t Works. $k Selections.
> Is the use of the relationship designator appropriate here? It looks funny to me.
> Philosophically it seems that we are using this field awkwardly for two purposes. The relationship designator expresses the relationship of Berengo-Gardin to the manifestation. The field as a whole, minus the relationship designator, records a work contained in the manifestation.
> Would it be better to use two separate fields? Or is the relationship designator simply unnecessary?
> In this case, by the way, the book is entered under title. It is an exhibition catalog. The only other 7xx field is for the "editor of compilation."
> Would love to hear what you think. Thanks!
> Pete Wilson
> Vanderbilt University
Adam L. Schiff
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