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Do you also teach Analysis outside of the context of serials? That is, do
you teach about creating component parts or in-analytic records for
monographic composite works as an alternative to putting the information
into a contents note? 

I ask because I have read and heard that in practice Chapter 13 is the 
least applied chapter, especially in the context that I mention, and it
seems that one only reads about Analysis in relation to serials or series.
I know about the LCRIs for Chapter 13 that have been in effect since 1989
(esp. the LCRI for 13.5), so I was curious to know to what extent and in
what context catalogers learn about Analysis these days. 
   
Bryan Campbell
VDOT Research Library
Charlottesville, VA
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On Sun, 24 Feb 2008 08:39:11 -0600, Suzanne Stauffer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>We look at it in Advanced Cataloging, along with serials. I don't give it
as much time as other chapters because, after learning about serials, the
students find Analysis simple and logical. 
> 
>Why do you ask? 
> 
>Suzanne M. Stauffer, Ph.D.
>Assistant Professor
>School of Library and Information Science
>Louisiana State University
>275 Coates Hall
>Baton Rouge, LA 70803
>(225)578-1461
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>Subject: [eduCAT] AACR2 Chapter 13 : Analysis
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>How many of you teach AACR2 Chapter 13 : Analysis? If you do teach it, 
>do you you give it the same amount of time in class as you do other
>chapters? If you do not teach it or give it less time than other chapters,
>would you mind saying why?
>
>Thank you for considering my questions.
>
>Bryan Campbell
>VDOT Research Library
>Charlottesville, VA
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