Thank you for the clarification. That was how I read 220.127.116.11.7 but as
there was no example including $s and $f, I just wanted to be 100% sure
before advising others of this and making further changes to
pre-existing Bible headings in our local catalogue.
Authority Control and Cataloguing Specialist
Collection Development and Description
Cambridge University Library
On 23/03/2016 14:15, Policy and Standards Division wrote:
> The concrete proof is that the instruction to add Selections is 18.104.22.168.7, which is part of the preferred title instructions (6.23.2). Preferred title for the work is a work attribute. Expressions do not have preferred titles in RDA. So in MARC, you add $k Selections after $a Bible just like you would when using "Selections" for a non-religious work with no creator like in this English expression of selections of Arabian nights: $a Arabian nights. $k Selections. $l English.
> If you are interested in the historical background on the treatment of "Selections," see 6JSC/LC rep/2 and 6JSC/LC/20 and available here: http://www.rda-jsc.org/archivedsite/working2.html
> Kate James
> Policy and Standards Division
> Library of Congress
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> Subject: [PCCLIST] RDA Bible Selections
> I would appreciate guidance on the following:
> Is Selections considered a Work level attribute in RDA and consequently in Bible headings should it come immediately after the $a or $a and $p, by that I mean before any $l, $s or $f?
> I've looked at RDA and the NACO participants manual and various presentations/documents and whilst my instinct tells me yes I'm unable to find concrete proof.
> With thanks in advance for any guidance,
> Fiona Grant
> Authority Control and Cataloguing Specialist Collection Development and Description Cambridge University Library West Road Cambridge
> CB3 9DR