Sunday, August 24, 2014

Temporary / Permanent Date in an Incomplete Multipart Monograph : Questions and Answers in the Google+ Community "RDA Cataloging"

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 Questions and Answers in the Google+ Community "RDA Cataloging"

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Publication etc., dates (MARC21 264). These conventions do not apply to serials or integrating resources (temporary data not recorded in this field).

Temporary date. If a portion of a date is temporary, enclose the portion in angle brackets.

EXAMPLE

, 1980-〈1981〉 
v. 1-2 held; v. 2 published in 1981

, 〈1981-〉 
v. 2 held; v. 1-2 published in 1981

, 〈1979〉-1981. 
v. 2-3 held of a 3-volume set

, 〈1978-1980〉 
v. 2-3 held of a 5-volume set

Permanent date. If an entire date is judged to be permanent, record it without angle brackets.

EXAMPLE

, 1980-
not 
〈1980-〉 or, 1980-〈 〉 
v. 1 held; v. 1 published in 1980

[Source: LC-PCC PS for RDA Rule 1.7.1]