A practical approach to serials cataloging, Volume 2

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Jai Press, 1978 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 424 pages
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By way of introduction: the problem at hand; Serial entry and related problems; Title changes: the bane of the serials cataloger's existence; A major controversy: title main entry for serials; Added entries: additional access points; Descriptive cataloging; Suplementary material; Classification and subject cataloging; Monographic series and other analytical problems; Micro and other forms; Uncataloged collections: the use of form cards; Holdings statements; Location indicators; The central serial record and the serials cataloger; The serials department and the serials cataloger; Cataloging routines; Automation and standardization.

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Contents

the Problem at Hand
1
Serial Entry and Related Problems
15
the Bane of the Serials Catalogers Existence
48
Title Main Entry for Serials
68
Additional Access Points
86
Descriptive Cataloging
92
Supplementary Material
162
Classification and Subject Cataloging
174
The Serials Department and the Serials Cataloger
261
Cataloging Routines
275
Serials at LC 276
296
Automation and Standardization
316
Appendix A Acronyms and Initialisms Used in this Book
358
Appendix B Card Formats and Other Typing Instructions
362
Generic Titles
366
Holdings Reference Notes
372

Monographic Series and Other Analytical Problems
190
Micro and Other Forms
216
the Use of Form Cards
227
Holdings Statements
238
Location Indicators
248
The Central Serial Record and the Serials Cataloger
253
Appendix E The Serials Department General Library
375
Appendix G Explanation of the UCR Change Memo
389
References
397
Index
415
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