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That is true, now, under RDA, but a lot of those Wilson, Pete. $t Works. $k Selections. $f 2019 style headings were created in AACR2. They were then programmatically recoded as RDA. For Wilson, Pete. $t Works. $k Selections. $f 2019 to make sense as an expression heading there would have to be only 1 selection of Pete's works, but multiple expressions of that 1 selection such that you would need the date to distinguish them.

Jessica

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The first form (date in $f) is an AAP for an Expression.  The second form (parenthetical date in $k) is an AAP for a Work.

                                                                                Steve McDonald
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Subject: [PCCLIST] Qualifiers for "Selections"

Hi all,

I got curious about something and looked through the NAF a little at name-title headings that include "Selections."

I was surprised at how many recently created authorities use this form:

Wilson, Pete. $t Works. $k Selections. $f 2019

rather than:

Wilson, Pete. $t Works. $k Selections (2019)

I thought the question of whether to qualify with an $f subfield or just enclose the qualifier in parentheses in the $k had been fully decided, or as fully as such questions can ever be decided.  Is that correct, or is there still a live difference of opinion among the "experts?"

Thanks,

Pete Wilson
Vanderbilt University