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Statement of responsibility no limit on number of persons

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Statement of responsibility no limit on number of persons

    STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY

1. AACR2 - no more than three named in a single statement

100 1# $a Skaarup, Jørgen.

    245 10 $a Møllegabet II : $b a submerged Mesolithic settlement in southern Denmark /

    $c Jørgen Skaarup, Ole Grøn ; with contributions by Sarah Mason ... [et al.].

1. RDA - no limit on number of persons, families, corporate bodies included

100 1# $a Skaarup, Jørgen.

    245 10 $a Møllegabet II : $b a submerged Mesolithic settlement in southern Denmark /

    $c Jørgen Skaarup, Ole Grøn ; with contributions by Sarah Mason, Lisa Hodgetts,

    Peter Rowley-Conwy and Annica Cardell.

Comments:

     #1. If cataloger applies the alternative (RDA 2.4.1.5) for more than three entities performing the same function, only the first-named entity is given and a summary is included to explain the omission (“[et al.]” is not used):

     10 $a Møllegabet II : $b a submerged Mesolithic settlement in 245

    southern Denmark / $c Jørgen Skaarup, Ole Grøn ; with

    contributions by Sarah Mason [and three others].

     #2. Only the principal or first-named creator (in the MARC 100 field) is a core element; it would be library policy or cataloger’s judgment to include additional creators in 7XX fields.

     #3. The names of entities do not need to be included in a statement of responsibility to justify inclusion of 7XX fields in the bibliographic record.

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    2. AACR2 - generally omit titles and abbreviations of titles of nobility, etc.; initials of societies, dates of founding, etc., given with names

245 10 $a ... / $c by Harry Smith

     (on source: by Dr. Harry Smith)

245 10 $a ... / $c sponsored by the Library Association

     (on source: sponsored by the Library Association (founded 1877))

245 10 $a ... / $c by T.A. Rennard

     (on source: by the late T.A. Rennard)

    245 14 $a The glass flowers at Harvard / $c Richard Evans Schultes, Edward C. Jeffrey

     and William A. Davis, with Hillel Burger.

    LC RDA examples: Statement of responsibility

    May 20, 2010 -- p. 1

    (on source: Richard Evans Schultes, Edward C. Jeffrey Professor of Biology and

    Director of the Botanical Museum, Harvard University, and William A. Davis,

    Keeper of Scientific Exhibits, Botanical Museum, Harvard University, with Hillel

    Burger, Chief Photographer, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology,

    Harvard University)

2. RDA - generally do not omit information given with names

245 10 $a ... / $c by Dr. Harry Smith

    245 10 $a ... / $c sponsored by the Library Association (founded 1877)

245 10 $a ... / $c by the late T.A. Rennard

    245 14 $a ... / $c Richard Evans Schultes, Edward C. Jeffrey Professor of Biology and

    Director of the Botanical Museum, Harvard University, and William A. Davis,

    Keeper of Scientific Exhibits, Botanical Museum, Harvard University, with

    Hillel Burger, Chief Photographer, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and

    Ethnology, Harvard University.

    Comment: Because RDA 2.4.1.4 does have an optional omission allowing a cataloger to abridge a statement of responsibility only if it can be abridged without loss of essential information, any of the situations could be transcribed as given in the AACR2 examples.

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3. AACR2 - multiple statements of responsibility

100 1# $a García Márquez, Gabriel, $d 1928-

    240 1# $a Cien años de soledad. $l English

    245 10 $a One hundred years of solitude / $c Gabriel García Márquez ; translated from

    the Spanish by Gregory Rabassa.

    700 1# $a Rabassa, Gregory.

3. RDA - multiple statements of responsibility (LC core elements only)

100 1# $a García Márquez, Gabriel, $d 1928-

    240 1# $a Cien años de soledad. $l English

    245 10 $a One hundred years of solitude / $c Gabriel García Márquez. 700 1# $a Rabassa, Gregory.

Comments:

     #1. The second statement of responsibility for the translator is not needed to justify the authorized access point for the translator.

    LC RDA examples: Statement of responsibility

    May 20, 2010 -- p. 2

     #2. To give a relationship designator from RDA appendix J in the 700 field is cataloger’s judgment:

     700 1# $a Rabassa, Gregory, $e translator.

    LC RDA examples: Statement of responsibility

    May 20, 2010 -- p. 3

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