That RDA parenthetically explains "given names, etc." in 188.8.131.52 (I'm enjoying using these numerical citations while I still can) suggests to me that the prefix IS intended to be included in the qualifier. I'm not sure what the "etc." would cover other than a prefix or something very like it.
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Subject: [PCCLIST] Separable prefixes in fuller form qualifiers for given names
I would like to know how others are handling fuller form qualifiers for given names when the names contain "separable prefixes" (e.g., de, van). I'm finding conflicting information and examples. At present, I'm handling a lot of Dutch titles, so I'm encountering names with initials and prefixes frequently.
The examples in Maxwell's Handbook for RDA, 2013, p. 273 suggest that omitting prefixes from qualifiers is the way to go. Excerpt:
5. Fuller forms of names with separable prefix:
100 1 Freitas, J. Garcia de (José Garcia)
100 1 Aalderen, H. J. van (Herman Jan)
RDA 184.108.40.206 says " ... record, as appropriate: a) the fuller form of all the inverted part of the name (given names, etc.)." I don't see any examples in RDA comparable to those in Maxwell. Is this saying to include everything to the right of the comma of what would be coded Marc subfield a? If the prefixes are to be included in the qualifier, presumably one would do this:
100 1 Aalderen, H. J. van (Herman Jan van)
400 1 Van Aalderen, H. J. (Herman Jan)
Not surprisingly, example in NAF are mixed.
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