At 05:09 PM 2/9/2011, Arakawa, Steven wrote:
>Different identity, so you can't use the fuller form of the other
>identity; I see the logic. The established Patman sounds like a
>pseudonym as well based on the citation, so the same logic would
>apply there as well, unless it is interpreted as a shorter form of
>the full name. If the Patman name becomes an undifferentiated
>record, the references from the real identities would be pretty confusing, no?
I do not have the example to hand, but I know that almost the same
situation has in fact occured before at least
once. (Undifferentiated name that includes a pseudonym for an author
also established under the real name.)
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