On Wed, 2006-05-03 at 15:32 -0700, Mark Carlson wrote:
> We addressed the granularity problem in <controlaccess> terms by
> embedding the actual subfield codes within the EAD elements:
> <subject source="lcsh" rules="aacr2" encodinganalog="650">School
> integration$zWashington (State)$zSeattle</subject>
But this leaves MARC specific code in the actual text of the finding
aid. This is not a good approach from an interoperability point of view.
An approach recommended for use in the Archives Hub (UK
http://www.archiveshub.ac.uk/) is to wrap the marc subfield analogs in
emph tags and apply an altrender attribute to specify which marc
subfield they apply to. e.g.
<subject source="lcsh" rules="aacr2" encodinganalog="650">School
integration <emph altrender="z">Washington (State)</emph> <emph
If you do this, you don't need to worry about stripping the subfield
codes in non-MARC oriented output.
Relating back to the original question, maybe altrender attributes could
be used to tag subfields of the MARC 530 field.
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