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Title Proper

Title Proper - Cataloging

TITLE PROPER

Title proper is the chief name of a resource or a bibliographic item, usually found on the preferred sources of information. It is the title which is normally used when citing the resource. The title proper includes the short title and alternative title, the numerical designation of a part/section and the name of a part/section. The title proper excludes any parallel titles, other title information, and parallel other title information.


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  • Salman Haider - Librarian Cataloger Author Blogger

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  • Last Updated: 2018-06-01
  • Written: 2016-08-20

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