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Relationship Designator

Relationship Designator

1. A designator that indicates the nature of a relationship between entities represented by authorized access points, descriptions, and/or identifiers.

2. A device (i.e., a label, phrase, or term) that indicates the kind or type of relationship that exists between one entity and another (e.g., between two works, between a person and a work).

3. Relationship designators, also called relator terms, are words or short phrases that describe the relationships between entities associated with library collections.

Relationship Designators are used in bibliographic records as well as authority records.

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Contents
  1. Relationship Designators in Bibliographic Records
  2. Relationship Designators in Authority Records



RELATIONSHIP DESIGNATORS IN BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORDS

Author

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RELATIONSHIP DESIGNATORS IN AUTHORITY RECORDS






USED FOR

  • RDA Relationship Designator



SEE ALSO




REFERENCES
  1. RDA Toolkit. http://access.rdatoolkit.org/ (accessed January 21, 2019)
  2. Daniel N. Joudrey; Arlene G. Taylor; David P. Miller, Introduction to Cataloging and Classification, 11th Ed. (Santa Barbara, California: Libraries Unlimited, 2015).
  3. Library of Congress, "Training Manual for Applying Relationship Designators in Bibliographic Records," http://www.loc.gov/aba/pcc/sct/documents/rel-desig-guide-bib.pdf (accessed January 21, 2019) 
  4. Library of Congress, "PCC Guidelines for the Application of Relationship Designators in NACO Authority Records," http://www.loc.gov/aba/pcc/rda/PCC%20RDA%20guidelines/PCC%20SCS%20SCT%20Relationship%20Designators%20in%20NACO%20Authority%20Records-2018-11.docx (accessed January 21, 2019)



CITATION INFORMATION

Article Title
  • Relationship Designator
Website Name
  • Librarianship Studies & Information Technology
URL
  • https://www.librarianshipstudies.com/2019/01/relationship-designator.html
Last Updated
  • January 21, 2019
Original Published Date
  • January 21, 2019



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