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 +====== Name and Title Added Entry Fields (RDA 20.2, RDA 18.5, RDA Appendix I.3.1) ======
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 +Contributor:​ “An agent contributing to an expression. Contributors include editors, translators,​ arrangers of music, performers, etc … In some cases, an expression consists of a primary work accompanied by commentary, etc., illustrations,​ additional musical parts, etc. When this occurs, the writers of commentary, etc., illustrators,​ composers of additional parts, etc., are considered to be contributors” RDA 20.2.1.1.\\
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 +Relationship designator: “A designator that indicates the nature of a relationship between entities represented by authorized access points, descriptions,​ and/or identifiers. A relationship designator is recorded with the authorized access point and/or identifier representing the associated agent. The defined scope of a relationship element provides a general indication of the relationship between a work, expression, manifestation or item and an agent associated with the work, expression, manifestation,​ or item (e.g., creator, owner). Relationship designators provide more specific information about the nature of the relationship (e.g., author, donor)” RDA 18.5.1.1.
 +
 +===== MARC Coding =====
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 +<wrap indent>​700 for additional authors, and illustrators,​ editors, compilers, etc. and for author/​title added entries.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​710 for corporate authors.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​730 for preferred and related titles (Uniform titles)</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​740 for title added entry (Uncontrolled Related/​Analytical titles)</​wrap>​\\
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 +<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​For more information see [[https://​www.oclc.org/​bibformats/​en/​7xx.html|OCLC Bibliographic Formats and Standards: 7xx fields]] or [[https://​www.loc.gov/​marc/​bibliographic/​bd70x75x.html|Library of Congress MARC Bibliographic 70X-75X - Added Entry Fields]]</​WRAP>​\\
 +
 +**Examples**:​\\
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 +<wrap indent>​700 1_ Hecht, Ben, ǂd1893-1964,​ ǂe writing, ǂe direction, ǂe production.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​700 1_ Bizet, Georges, ǂd 1869-1951. ǂt Carmen. ǂk Selections. ǂf 1983.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​700 1_ Domingo, Plácido, ǂd 1941- ǂe singer.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​710 2_ Flying A Productions (Firm), ǂe production company.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​710 2_ Universal Pictures Home Entertainment (Firm), ǂe publisher.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​730 0_ Iron Man (Motion picture)</​wrap>​\\
 +
 +<wrap indent>​**Example of an original author/​title added entry for a work by an adaptor**:</​wrap>​\\
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 +<wrap indent>​100 1_ Appignanesi,​ Richard.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​245 10 Hamlet / ǂc [Richard Appignanesi,​ text adaptor] ; illustrated by Emma Vieceli.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​700 1_ Vieceli, Emma, ǂe illustrator.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​700 1_ Shakespeare,​ William, ǂd 1564-1616. ǂt Hamlet.</​wrap>​\\
 +
 +**Example of an author-added entry for an illustrator**:​
 +
 +<wrap indent>​245 04 The close shave / ǂc illustrated by Richard Courtney.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​500 __ "Based on The Railway Series by The Reverend W Awdry."</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​700 1_ Courtney, Richard, ǂd 1955- ǂe illustrator.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​700 1_ Awdry, W. ǂt Railway series.</​wrap>​\\
 +
 +===== 740 Fields: Added Entry–Uncontrolled Related/​Analytical Titles =====
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 +
 +“An added entry for uncontrolled related titles and uncontrolled analytical titles. An uncontrolled title is a title not controlled through an authority file or another bibliographic record. Use field 740 for the title portion of a related work that would normally be entered under a name/title heading in catalog entry form. In records for collections lacking a collective title, use field 740 also for titles recorded in field 245 subsequent to the first title” [[https://​www.oclc.org/​bibformats/​en/​7xx/​740.html| OCLC Bibliographic Formats and Standards 740 Added Entry]].
 +
 +**Examples**:​\\
 +
 +<wrap indent>​245 10 Three best plays of Tennessee Williams.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​246 3_ 3 best plays of Tennessee Williams.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​505 0_ Street car named desire ​ -- The glass menagerie – Cat on a hot tin roof.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​740 02  Street car named desire.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​740 02  Glass menagerie.</​wrap>​\\
 +<wrap indent>​740 02  Cat on hot tin roof.</​wrap>​\\
 +
 +<​note>​When coding the 740 field, omit initial articles.</​note>​
 +
 +<note tip>​**Alternative**:​ You can add author/​title added entries (700 fields) for the three titles.</​note>​
  
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