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Thanks, Rebecca. Do you know if either of these could be used in 
non-subject situations?

kc

On 8/21/13 12:56 PM, Guenther, Rebecca wrote:
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> There are 2 of these that have a subject relationship:
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> depicted
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> setting (this one is new and was added in 2013):
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> Setting [stg]
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> An entity in which the activity or plot of a work takes place, e.g. a 
> geographic place, a time period, a building, an event
>
> Rebecca
>
> *From:*Bibliographic Framework Transition Initiative Forum 
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] *On Behalf Of *Karen Coyle
> *Sent:* Wednesday, August 21, 2013 3:28 PM
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> *Subject:* Re: [BIBFRAME] Authority - Treatment of role data
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> Thanks, Mac - I wasn't thinking about people as subjects, but that 
> adds an interesting twist. The section in the document on subject 
> authorities doesn't address this. I wonder if there are relators that 
> can be applied to a person (or corporate body) as either a subject or 
> an "agent" (creator, producer, etc.). Unfortunately, the note that 
> indicates that:
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>
>         Editorial Notes
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>   * Subject relationship
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>
> doesn't show on the file downloads, so I don't see an easy way to find 
> out how many there are.
>
> kc
>
> On 8/21/13 10:19 AM, J. McRee Elrod wrote:
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>         This is less of a question for subjects since there is only one
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>         relationship there ...
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>       
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>     Not in our experience.  In cataloguing an etching collection, we had
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>     "$edepicted" on subject headings for people, buildings, places, etc.
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>       
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>     This relationship differs from "about" which is understood as opposed
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>     to having a MARC relator code, or an RDA relator term.
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>       
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>     The authority for the person/thing/whatever must exclude role, with
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>     role being another element.  The same person may for three or more
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>     roles in relation to a resource, e.g., the writer/director/actor of/in
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>     film.
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