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488   OTHER RELATED WORK


The specifications below are in addition to those given at the beginning of this block under 4   STRUCTURE OF LINKING ENTRY FIELDS.

Field Definition


This field is used to link the item being catalogued to another item when the specific relationship is not provided for in the other 4   fields or cannot be determined from the source format.

Notes on Field Contents


It is unlikely that field 488 would be used to generate a note since the nature of the relationship is unspecified.

Related Fields


311 NOTES PERTAINING TO LINKING FIELDS

Since field 488 is unlikely to be used to generate a note, any note on the relationship of the item being catalogued to that referred to in field 488 is entered in field 311.


Examples


EX 1: Embedded fields technique
311 ##$aFacsimile reprint of: 1st ed. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, Doran, 1933
488 #0$12001#$aFast one$1700#1$aCain$bPaul

Standard subfields technique


311 ##$aFacsimile reprint of: 1st ed. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, Doran, 1933
488 #0$tFast one$aCain, Paul

A facsimile reprint entitled Fast one: a novel has a note. Additionally, a link is made in the record of the reprint to the earlier work to create an author/title added entry for the original title Fast one. The earlier record is not in the database and the title and author are themselves entered in the field.

EX 2: Embedded fields technique
488 #0$150010$aBible$iO.T$iPsalms
Standard subfields technique
488 #0$tBible$iO.T$iPsalms

A uniform title access point from a source format which does not specify relationships to the same extent as UNIMARC.

EX 3: Embedded fields technique
311 ##$aDrawings executed between 1816 and 1825 are compared with the work of J.M.W. Turner in: George Filbert, his early work / Thomas Johnson. New York: Dow, 1965
488 #0$12001#$aGeorge Filbert, his early work$1210##$aNew York$cDow$d1965 $1700#1$aJohnson$bThomas

Standard subfields technique


311 ##$aDrawings executed between 1816 and 1825 are compared with the work of J.M.W. Turner in: George Filbert, his early work / Thomas Johnson. New York: Dow, 1965
488  #0$tGeorge Filbert, his early work$cNew York$nDow$d1965$aJohnson, Thomas

A reference to published research based on drawings described in the catalogue record and held by the institution.

EX 4 Embedded fields technique
200 1#$aUNIMARC manual bibliographic format
311 ##$aConcise version: UNIMARC concise bibliographic format. URLs: http://www.ifla.org/VI/3/p1996-1/concise.htm and http://ifla.inist.fr/VI/3/p1996-1/concise.htm
488 #0$12001#$aUNIMARC concise bibliographic format$18564#
$uhttp://www.ifla.org/VI/3/p1996-/concise.htm$18564
#$uhttp://ifla.inist.fr/VI/3/p1996-1/concise.htm

Standard subfields technique


200 1#$aUNIMARC manual bibliographic format
311 ##$aConcise version: UNIMARC concise bibliographic format. URLs: http://www.ifla.org/VI/3/p1996-1/concise.htm and http://ifla.inist.fr/VI/3/p1996-1/concise.htm
488 #0$tUNIMARC concise bibliographic format$uhttp://www.ifla.org/VI/3/p1996-1/concise.htm$uhttp://ifla.inist.fr/VI/3/p1996-1/concise.htm

EX 5 Embedded fields technique


200 1#$a[Martyrium S. Christinae$fin Ecclesia Monialium ejusdem Sanctae $eDomenico M. a Canuti Inu et Pin.$gDomenico Bonauera Scul.
210 ##$aBologna$c[s.n.]$d[dopo il 1674]
215 ##$a1 stampa$cacqf.$d481 x 342 mm
311 ##$aAnother treatment of the subject
488 #0$12001#$a[Martyrium S. Christinae]

Standard subfields technique


200 1#$a[Martyrium S. Christinae$fin Ecclesia Monialium ejusdem Sanctae $eDomenico M. a Canuti Inu et Pin.$gDomenico Bonauera Scul.
210 ##$aBologna$c[s.n.]$d[dopo il 1674]
215 ##$a1 stampa$cacqf.$d481 x 342 mm
311 ##$aAnother treatment of the subject
488 #0$t[Martyrium S. Christinae]

An example of 488 used to link the print being catalogued to another print produced by the same artist, with the same subject, but at a different date in his career.




5--   RELATED TITLE BLOCK

Definition and Scope of Fields


This block contains titles other than the title proper related to the item being catalogued and generally appearing on the item. At present the following fields are defined:

Uniform Titles

500 Uniform Title
501 Collective Uniform Title
503 Uniform Conventional Heading

Variant titles

510 Parallel Title Proper
511 Half title
512 Cover Title
513 Added Title-page Title
514 Caption Title
515 Running Title
516 Spine Title
517 Other Variant Titles
518 Title in Standard Modern Spelling

Other related titles

520 Former Title (Continuing Resources)
530 Key-Title
531 Abbreviated Title (Continuing Resources)
532 Expanded Title
540 Additional Title Supplied by Cataloguer
541 Translated Title Supplied by Cataloguer
545 Section Title
560 Artificial Title

Indicators


Many of the related title fields have a first indicator that distinguishes significant titles. This indicator specifies whether the cataloguing agency has determined that the title should be used to create an independent title access point (or added entry). If an independent title access point should be generated from a field in the 5   block, indicator position 1 takes the value 1. If an access point is not desirable, the value of indicator position 1 is 0. This indicator does not refer to the desirability of creating author/title access points or notes from the data in the field. Either of these two uses of the data is an option of the agency receiving the record whether the first indicator value is 0 or 1.

Subfields


For the use of subfields refer to each individual field. Note that fields 510 to 545 may use any of the subfields given at field 510.


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