Beth Thornton
Head, Serials Cataloging, University of Georgia
bethj@uga.edu
Georgia COMO
October 9, 2013
Bringing it All T...
AACR (1967)
Paris Principles (1961)
ISBD (1969)
Earlier codes
• Functional Requirements for
Bibliographic Records (FRBR) 1998
• Functional Requirements for Authority
Data (FRAD) 2009
•...
e e e
u u u rrrrrr
or, if you prefer.....
 Entities
 Attributes
 Relationships
Group 1 – products of intellectual or
artistic endeavor
Group 2 – responsible for the
content, production or
custodianship...
1. Work, expression, manifestation, item
(WEMI)
2. Person, corporate body
3. Concept, object, event, place
Work
A distinct intellectual or artistic creation
Expression
Intellectual or artistic realization of a work
Manifestation
...
Photo: http://www.vivaldi.org/photo-gallery/
Work
Expression
Manifestation
Item
The Novel
Original Text Translation
Paper PDF
Copy 1
WORK
EXPRESSION
MANIFESTATION
ITEM
Paper
Copy 1 Copy 2
Work
A distinct intellectual or artistic creation
Choderos Laclos’ Les Liaisons dangereuses
1794
Play poem choral work
Att...
Expression
Intellectual or artistic realization of a work
Liaisons dangereuses. $l English
Other distinguishing characteri...
Manifestation
Physical embodiment of an expression of a work
Attributes
Item
Single exemplar of a manifestation
The copy of Dangerous Liaisons,
published by Penguin, in your library’s
collection...
Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind.
The autographed copy of Gone With the Wind
in your library’s special collections
A...
 Work to Work
◦ successor, supplement, complement, summarization,
adaptation, transformation, imitation
 Expression to E...
In: Relationships in the Organization of Knowledge.
Carol Bean and Rebecca Green, eds., Kluwer, 2001 (ISBN: 07923-
68134)
...
Whew!
Foundations of RDA : Bringing it All Together: RDA from Experience : COMO XXV
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  • Starting the day off with a little quiz....help: what was before AACR2? AACRSome earlier codes: Panizzi’s 91 rules, Cutter....ALA rules....
  • The top 3 are conceptual models. Very theoretical.RDA is an application of those models. Very big difference, then, between A2 and RDA.Though you’ll notice that both have as a foundation a statement of principles!
  • So, Vivaldi’s 4 seasons is a work
  • When it’s performed by the Philharmonia Baroque orchestra, that’s an expression of Vivaldi’s work
  • The CD of that performance published by Philharmonia Baroque Productions is a manifestation of that expression of the work.
  • And finally, the one in your library, with a barcode, is an item.
  • Foundations of RDA : Bringing it All Together: RDA from Experience : COMO XXV

    1. 1. Beth Thornton Head, Serials Cataloging, University of Georgia bethj@uga.edu Georgia COMO October 9, 2013 Bringing it All Together: RDA from Experience
    2. 2. AACR (1967) Paris Principles (1961) ISBD (1969) Earlier codes
    3. 3. • Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) 1998 • Functional Requirements for Authority Data (FRAD) 2009 • Functional Requirements for Subject Authority Data (FRSAD) 2010 • Statement of International Cataloguing Principles (ICP) 2009
    4. 4. e e e u u u rrrrrr or, if you prefer.....
    5. 5.  Entities  Attributes  Relationships
    6. 6. Group 1 – products of intellectual or artistic endeavor Group 2 – responsible for the content, production or custodianship of Group 1entities Group 3 – subjects of Group 1 entities •Group 1 and group 2 entities too!
    7. 7. 1. Work, expression, manifestation, item (WEMI) 2. Person, corporate body 3. Concept, object, event, place
    8. 8. Work A distinct intellectual or artistic creation Expression Intellectual or artistic realization of a work Manifestation Physical embodiment of an expression of a work Item Single exemplar of a manifestation Group 1 entities
    9. 9. Photo: http://www.vivaldi.org/photo-gallery/ Work
    10. 10. Expression
    11. 11. Manifestation
    12. 12. Item
    13. 13. The Novel Original Text Translation Paper PDF Copy 1 WORK EXPRESSION MANIFESTATION ITEM Paper Copy 1 Copy 2
    14. 14. Work A distinct intellectual or artistic creation Choderos Laclos’ Les Liaisons dangereuses 1794 Play poem choral work Attributes
    15. 15. Expression Intellectual or artistic realization of a work Liaisons dangereuses. $l English Other distinguishing characteristics: Illustrated “Director’s cut” Content type: text, spoken word, still image Attributes
    16. 16. Manifestation Physical embodiment of an expression of a work Attributes
    17. 17. Item Single exemplar of a manifestation The copy of Dangerous Liaisons, published by Penguin, in your library’s collection. The barcode is an attribute of that item. Attributes
    18. 18. Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind. The autographed copy of Gone With the Wind in your library’s special collections A French translation of Gone With the Wind. The paperback Gone With the Wind published in New York by MacMillian in 1961.
    19. 19.  Work to Work ◦ successor, supplement, complement, summarization, adaptation, transformation, imitation  Expression to Expression ◦ abridgement, revision, translation, arrangement  Manifestation to Manifestation ◦ reproduction (reproduction, reprint, facsimile, etc.) ◦ alternate (format, simultaneously released ed.)  Whole / Part Relationships ◦ volume of a multivolume manifestation; aggregate/component  Part / Part Relationships ◦ sequential, accompanying, companion
    20. 20. In: Relationships in the Organization of Knowledge. Carol Bean and Rebecca Green, eds., Kluwer, 2001 (ISBN: 07923- 68134) From Barbara Tillett’s presentation “FRBR Model”, Feb. 2, 2004
    21. 21. Whew!

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