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Subject headings with local subdivision

(A) headings with indirect subdivision, (B) headings with direct subdivision, and (C) list of local divisions (states, provinces, etc.) to which subdivision is always direct.

by Library of Congress. Catalog Division.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off., Library Branch in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Subject headings

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: Library of Congress.

    StatementCompiled by Mary Wilson MacNair, Catalogue Division.
    ContributionsMacNair, Mary Wilson, 1873-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ695 .U462 1920
    The Physical Object
    Pagination34 p.
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6630637M
    LC Control Number20026007
    OCLC/WorldCa6901220

    In Module , Introduction to Descriptive Access Points as Subject Headings, we provided an overview of the use of personal names as subject head ings, and the one exception to that general rule. In this module we will provide more details al ong with numerous examples. The major feature of this new edition of the Sears List is the inclusion of more than 1, new and revised subject headings. New headings in this edition reflect the changing needs of library users, which include addressing the growing literature in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

      Most subject headings are common, everyday words. For example, "dogs" is a subject heading used in our online catalog. People, places, and organizations may also be used as subject headings. If you want to read a book about Alice Walker, the author of The Color Purple, you search under Walker, Alice as a subject heading. The Other subject headings index, includes all the subject headings indexed with the subfield 2 used to indicate what subject heading type was used. To limit to one of these subject headings, AND any of these searches with the keyword search of the term indexed in the subfield 2.

    The heading may also be divided by religious body or non-Christian religion, e.g. [Fasts and feasts--Catholic Church, [Judaism, etc.]] For fasts and feasts of a religious body occurring in a particular place, add a second heading [Fasts and feasts--[local subdivision].] Example Notes. Note under [Church year] Change Notes.   This includes books written by local authors or about local celebrities, as well as music and film featuring local actors and musicians. Prior to joining Evergreen, many libraries made these materials easier to find by adding information in a local note or a local subject heading.


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Subject headings with local subdivision by Library of Congress. Catalog Division. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) is perhaps the most widely adopted subject indexing language in the world, has been translated into many languages, and is used around the world by libraries large and small.

LCSH has been actively maintained since to catalog materials held at the Library of Congress. Proposals for additions and. Preliminary Lists of Subject Headings with Local Subdivision [Library of Congress] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This is a pre historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process.

Subject Headings with Local Subdivision: (A) Headings with Indirect Subdivision, (B) Headings with Direct Subdivision, and (C) List of Local Divisions [Division, Library of Congress Catalog] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Library of Congress Catalog Division.

The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and.

Subject headings are specific vocabulary that the Library of Congress assigns to published material. You can search Bobcat for books and other materials related to historical research by subject heading.

General subject headings in history follow a specific pattern: Place name -- Subdivision -- Time period. Application: Topical subdivisions are used under all types of subject headings — personal, corporate, family, and geographic names, uniform titles, and topical headings — to represent a particular subtopic and narrow down the broader subject.

A topical subdivision may represent a concept, attribute, aspect, action or process, methodology or. Full text of "Preliminary lists of subject headings with local subdivision: (A) headings with indirect subdivision; (B) headings with direct subdivision; and (C) preliminary list of local divisions (states, provinces, etc.) to which subdivision is always direct" See other formats LIBRARY _QF_CONGRESS UC-NRLF PRELIMINARY LISTS OF Subject Headings with Local Subdivision (A) Headings.

All geographic subdivisions for subject headings denoting classes of persons, such as Athletes, Composers, and Explorers are omitted. If a story adds to the reader's information about a country, a social problem, or a disease, subject headings are appended with --Fiction in order to provide a helpful approach to the literature.

The fortieth edition of Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH 40) contains headings established by the Library through January The headings included in this list were obtained by creating a file consisting of all subject heading and subdivision records in verified status in the subject authority file at the Library of Congress.

H Changing a Heading or Deleting a Subject Authority Record (PDF, 71 KB) REVISED January H Deleted Heading Information (PDF, 56 KB) REVISED January H Providing for Geographic Subdivision of Existing Subject Headings (PDF, 55 KB) REVISED January Use as a chronological subdivision under headings for art forms qualified by the adjective Korean.

— To H ; H Use as a chronological subdivision under headings for drama and forms and types of musical compositions. — To H Use as a chronological subdivision under headings for art forms qualified by the adjective Japanese.

The creation and revision of subject headings is a continuous process. Approximately 5, new headings, including headings with subdivisions, are added to LCSH each year.

For example, Exhibitions can be used as a form subdivision, a topical subdivision, or a subject heading, but at this time there are authority records only for its use as a form subdivision () and as a subject heading ().

The topical subdivision. Library of Congress Subject Headings The Library of Congress Subject Headings are a massive controlled vocabulary list used by the majority of libraries.

It is currently published in 5 large, red volumes. Work on creating LCSH list was started inwith the first edition being published in Get this from a library.

Subject headings with local subdivision: (A) headings with indirect subdivision, (B) headings with direct subdivision, (C) list of local divisions (states, provinces, etc.) to which subdivision is always direct. [Mary Wilson MacNair; Library of.

The Library of Congress > Linked Data Service > LC Subject Headings (LCSH) Research. Here are entered general works on research, and with local subdivision, works on research carried out in specific places. Works on research about a particular region, country, etc.

are entered under the name of the region, country, etc. with the subdivision. H -- Assigning and constructing subject headings H80 -- Order of subject headings H -- Subdivisions H -- Free-floating subdivisions HH -- Sections covering pattern heading categories.

Additional local documents about subject headings are available through our local documentation list under “Subject headings.”. Get this from a library. Subject headings with local subdivision: (A) headings with indirect subdivision, (B) headings with direct subdivision, and (C) list of local divisions (states, provinces, etc.) to which subdivision is always direct.

[Mary Wilson MacNair; Library of Congress. Catalog Division.]. These subjects, the Book Industry Standards and Communications codes, consist of 52 main categories, which are not as specific as Library of Congress subject headings. This can result in incorrect.

What Sears hopes to offer instead is a basic list that includes many of the headings most likely to be needed in small libraries together with patterns and examples that will guide the cataloger in creating additional headings as needed. New topics appear every day, and books on those topics require new subject headings.

The heading is only used with local subdivision or with local subdivision in combination with subdivisions used under names of ethnic groups. The formulation of the subject access point conforms to Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) and Subject Headings Manual (SHM) practices.

This includes headings with or without subdivisions that have been found in the LC authority files for names or subjects or have been constructed following RDA or AACR2.

1. Sears List of Subject Headings, first published by Minnie Earl Sears inhas served as a standard authority list for subject cataloging in small and medium-sized libraries, delivering a basic list of essential headings, together with patterns and examples to guide the cataloger in creating further headings as needed.

It is available as a.