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ehardy [Supplied or devised title (RDA 2.2.4, 2.3.2.10, 2.34)]
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 <wrap indent>245 00 Multicultural America. ǂn Volume 1 : ǂb a multimedia encyclopedia</wrap>\\ <wrap indent>245 00 Multicultural America. ǂn Volume 1 : ǂb a multimedia encyclopedia</wrap>\\
  
-==== Supplied or devised title (RDA 2.2.4, 2.3.2.10, 2.34) ====+===== Supplied or devised title (RDA 2.2.4, 2.3.2.10, 2.34) =====
  
  
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 <wrap indent>245 00 [Southern recipes].</wrap>\\ <wrap indent>245 00 [Southern recipes].</wrap>\\
 <wrap indent>500     Title supplied by cataloger.</wrap>\\ <wrap indent>500     Title supplied by cataloger.</wrap>\\
 +
 +===== Other Title Information: 245 field, ǂb (RDA 2.3.4) =====
 +
 +<fc #87ceeb>**LC-PCC PS CORE ELEMENT**</fc>
 +
 +“A word, character, or group of words and/or characters that appears in conjunction with, and is subordinate to, the title proper of a resource”. (RDA 2.3.4)
 +
 +<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>Other title information present on the resource and recorded or transcribed in 245 ǂb is not an RDA core element but is a Library of Congress-Program for Cooperative Cataloging Policy Statements (LC-PCC PS) core element. PINES follows LC-PCC PS. </WRAP>
 +
 +Examples: 
 +
 +<wrap indent>245 10 Nostromo : ǂb a tale of the seaboard</wrap>\\
 +
 +<wrap indent>245  14 The crime busters : ǂb the FBE, Scotland Yard, Interpol : the story of criminal detection</wrap>\\
 +
 +<note>245 ǂb is not repeatable. If there are two subtitles, use one ǂb for both subtitles and precede the 2nd subtitle with a colon and a space.</note>
 +
 +===== Parallel Title Proper : 245 field, ǂb (RDA 2.3.3) =====
 +
 +
 +<fc #87ceeb>**LC-PCC PS CORE ELEMENT**</fc>
 +
 +A parallel title proper is a title proper in another language and/or script.
 +
 +If a parallel title proper is taken from a different source than the title proper, and that fact is considered important for identification, make a note on the source
 +
 +Example: 
 +
 +<wrap indent>245 14 The red and the black = ǂb Le rouge et le noir</wrap>\\
 +<wrap indent>246 1   ǂi Parallel title on page 3 in Preface : ǂa Le rouge et le noir</wrap>\\
 +
 +===== Variant Titles: 246 fields (RDA 2.3.6) =====
 +
 +
 +“A title associated with a resource that differs from a title recorded as a title proper, a parallel title proper, an other title information, a parallel other title information, an earlier title proper, a later title proper, a key title, or an abbreviated title.” (RDA 2.3.6)
 +
 +**Examples:**
 +
 +<wrap indent>245 10  Moby Dick, or, The whale. </wrap>\\
 +<wrap indent>246 30  Whale</wrap>\\
 +
 +<wrap indent>245 10 Jane Austen’s pride and prejudice</wrap>\\
 +<wrap indent>246 30 Pride and prejudice</wrap>\\
 +
 +If any sign/mark/symbol (for example, &) is within the first five key word of a title proper, spell it out in a 246 title added entry.\\
 +
 +**Examples:**
 +
 +<wrap indent>245 10  Father & son. </wrap>\\
 +<wrap indent>246 3_  Father and son</wrap>\\
 +
 +<wrap indent>245 00  3 little pigs. </wrap>\\
 +<wrap indent>246 3_  Three little pigs</wrap>\\
 +
 +Variant titles are not core elements, so tracing of them is optional; add as needed:
 +
 +<wrap indent>246 30  alternative titles or partial title</wrap>\\
 +<wrap indent>246 3_ Cataloger revised titles</wrap>\\
 +<wrap indent>246 14 Cover title</wrap>\\
 +<wrap indent>246 17 Running title</wrap>\\
 +<wrap indent>246 18 Spine title</wrap>\\
 +<wrap indent>246 1  ‡i At head of title: ǂa</wrap>\\
 +<wrap indent>246 1 ‡i Also known as: ǂa …</wrap>\\
 +
 +<note>Drop all initial articles when adding titles in 246 fields and end them without periods.</note>
 +
 +<wrap indent>You can also use a 500 note for an added title information:
 +500 At head of title: ….</wrap>\\
 +
 +<wrap indent>For a more complete 246 title list, see  [[https://www.oclc.org/bibformats/en/2xx/246.html|OCLC Bibliographic Formats and Standards: 246  Varying Form of Title]] </wrap>\\
 +
  
  
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