Identifying corporate Bodies



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CHAPTER 11

Identifying corporate Bodies







Contents




11.0 Purpose and scope




11.1 General guidelines on identifying corporate bodies




11.1.1 Sources of information




11.1.2 Using access points to represent corporate bodies




11.2 Name of the corporate body




11.2.0 Basic instructions on recording names of corporate bodies




11.2.1 Preferred name for the corporate body




11.2.2 Variant name for the corporate body




Other identifying attributes




11.3 Place associated with the corporate body




11.3.0 Basic instructions on recording places associated with corporate bodies




11.3.1 Location of conference, etc.




11.3.2 Location of headquarters, etc.




11.4 Date associated with the corporate body




11.4.0 Basic instructions on recording dates associated with corporate bodies




11.4.1 Date of conference, etc.




11.4.2 Date of establishment




11.4.3 Date of termination




11.5 Associated institution




11.5.0 Basic instructions on recording associated institutions




11.6 Other designation associated with the corporate body




11.6.0 Basic instructions on recording other designations associated with corporate bodies




11.7 Language of the corporate body




11.7.0 Basic instructions on recording language of the corporate body




11.8 Address of the corporate body




11.8.0 Basic instructions on recording address of the corporate body




11.9 Field of activity of the corporate body




11.9.0 Basic instructions on recording field of activity of the corporate body




11.10 Corporate history




11.10.0 Basic instructions on recording corporate history




11.11 Identifier for the corporate body




11.11.0 Basic instructions on recording identifiers for corporate bodies




Access points representing corporate bodies




11.12 Constructing access points to represent corporate bodies




11.12.1 Preferred access point representing a corporate body




11.12.2 Variant access point representing a corporate body







11.0

Purpose and scope

11.0.1

This chapter provides general guidelines and instructions on choosing and recording preferred and variant names for corporate bodies, and on recording other identifying attributes of the corporate body.1

11.0.2

The chapter also provides guidelines on using the preferred name for a corporate body in conjunction with other identifying attributes to construct the preferred access point representing that body, and using variant names to construct variant access points.

11.0.3

The chapter also provides additional instructions on names and other identifying attributes of subordinate and related bodies, government bodies and officials, and religious bodies and officials.

11.1

General guidelines on identifying corporate bodies




Contents




11.1.0 Sources of information




11.1.1 Using preferred access points to identify corporate bodies







11.1.0

Sources of information

11.1.0.1

  • Take the name or names of the corporate body from any source.

11.1.0.2

  • For additional guidance on sources of information for the preferred name for the corporate body, see 11.2.1.2.

11.1.0.3

  • Take information on other identifying attributes of the corporate body from any source.

11.1.1

Using access points to represent corporate bodies

11.1.1.1

  • When using a preferred access point to represent a corporate body associated with a resource (see 18.4.1) or to represent a related corporate body (see 32.1), construct the access point by applying the guidelines given under 11.12.1.

11.1.1.2

  • For guidelines on constructing variant access points representing corporate bodies, see 11.12.2.

11.2

Name of the corporate body




Core element




Preferred name for the corporate body is a core element. Variant names for the corporate body are optional.




Contents




11.2.0 Basic instructions on recording names of corporate bodies







11.2.0

Basic instructions on recording names of corporate bodies




Contents




11.2.0.1 Scope




11.2.0.2 Sources of information




11.2.0.3 General guidelines on recording names of corporate bodies







11.2.0.1

Scope

11.2.0.1.1

  • A name of the corporate body is a word, phrase, character, or group of characters by which a corporate body is known.

11.2.0.1.2

  • For purposes of identifying corporate bodies, names of the corporate body are categorized as follows:




a) preferred name for the corporate body (see 11.2.1)




b) variant name for the corporate body (see 11.2.2).

11.2.0.2

Sources of information

11.2.0.2.1

  • Take the name or names of the corporate body from any source.

11.2.0.2.2

  • For additional guidance on sources of information for the preferred name for the corporate body, see 11.2.1.2.

11.2.0.3

General guidelines on recording names of corporate bodies

11.2.0.3.1

  • When recording a name of a corporate body, apply the general guidelines on recording names given under 8.5. When those guidelines refer to an appendix, apply the additional instructions given in that appendix, as applicable.

11.2.1

Preferred name for the corporate body




Core element




Contents




11.2.1.1 Scope




11.2.1.2 Sources of information




11.2.1.3 Choosing the preferred name




11.2.1.4 Recording the preferred name




Choosing the preferred name




11.2.1.5 Different forms of the same name




11.2.1.6 Change of name




Recording the preferred name




11.2.1.7 Names consisting of or containing initials




11.2.1.8 Initial articles




11.2.1.9 Citations of honours




11.2.1.10 Terms indicating incorporation and certain other terms




11.2.1.11 Number, frequency, or year of convocation of a conference, etc.




11.2.1.12 Transliteration




Recording names of subordinate and related bodies




11.2.1.13 General guidelines on recording names of subordinate and related bodies




11.2.1.14 Subordinate and related bodies recorded subordinately




11.2.1.15 Direct or indirect subdivision




11.2.1.16 Joint committees, commissions, etc.




11.2.1.17 Conventionalized names for state and local units of United States political parties




Recording names of government bodies and officials




11.2.1.18 General guidelines on recording names of government bodies




11.2.1.19 Subordinate and related bodies recorded subordinately




11.2.1.20 Direct or indirect subdivision




11.2.1.21 Government officials




11.2.1.22 Legislative bodies




11.2.1.23 Constitutional conventions




11.2.1.24 Courts




11.2.1.25 Armed forces




11.2.1.26 Embassies, consulates, etc.




11.2.1.27 Delegations to international and intergovernmental bodies




Recording names of religious bodies and officials




11.2.1.28 Councils, etc., of a single religious body




11.2.1.29 Religious officials




11.2.1.30 Subordinate bodies




11.2.1.31 Papal diplomatic missions, etc.







11.2.1.1

Scope

11.2.1.1.1

  • The preferred name for the corporate body is the name or form of name chosen as the basis for the preferred access point representing that body.

11.2.1.1.2

  • If a body changes its name, a preferred name is chosen for use with resources associated with the new name (see 11.2.1.6).

11.2.1.2

Sources of information

11.2.1.2.1

  • Determine the preferred name for a corporate body from the following sources (in order of preference): [24.1A]




a) the preferred sources of information (see 2.2.1) in resources associated with the corporate body




b) other formal statements appearing in resources associated with the corporate body




c) other sources (including reference sources).

11.2.1.3

Choosing the preferred name

11.2.1.3.1

  • Consider a corporate body to have a name if the words referring to it are a specific appellation rather than a general description. Consider a body to have a name if, in a script and language using capital letters for proper names, the initial letters of the words referring to it are consistently capitalized, and/or if, in a language using articles, the words are always associated with a definite article.

11.2.1.3.2

  • Choose the name by which a corporate body is commonly identified as the preferred name for that body. For additional instructions on choosing the preferred name for a corporate body known by more than one form of the same name, see 11.2.1.5. For instructions on changes of name, see 11.2.1.6. [24.1A]




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Beaufort Sea Project (Canada)




Breitkopf & Härtel




British Museum




Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh




Cambridge Anthropological Expedition to Torres Straits




Chama cha Tanzania cha Kutoa Msaada wa Kisheria




Chartered Insurance Institute




Colin Buchanan and Partners




Croydon Aerodrome




École de cuisine La Varenne




Lambeth Conference




Leicester Chamber of Commerce




Light Fantastic Players




Radio Society of Great Britain




Reial Acadèmia Catalana de Belles Arts de Sant Jordi




St. Annen-Museum




Symposium on Cognition




United States Catholic Conference




University of Oxford




Yale University


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