MARC Report 254: Cataloging Check Changes

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Added checks

%t: Indicator 1 should be '0'     (AACR and RDA)
%t: The name in subfield $a is a common forename; thus, Indicator 1 is coded '0'.

%t: Indicator 1 should be '0'     (AACR and RDA)
%t: The name in subfield $a is a known surname; thus, Indicator 1 is coded '1'.

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Deleted checks

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Modified Flags

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Modified Brief Messages

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Modified Notes

%t: Check Indicator 1     (AACR and RDA)       Note changed
To: %t: If the name in subfield $a is a forename, or name consisting of words, initials, letters, etc., formatted in direct order, then Indicator 1 should be coded '0'. If the name consists only of a surname (eg. $aSeuss,$cDr.), then Indicator 1 is coded '1'. When in doubt, check the coding of the heading in your national authority file (https://viaf.org/)
From: %t: If the name in subfield $a is a forename, or name consisting of words, initials, letters, etc., formatted in direct order, then Indicator 1 should be coded '0'. If, on the contrary, the name consists only of a surname (eg. $aSeuss,$cDr.), then Indicator 1 = '1' is correct. If you are not sure about the type of name, check the coding for the heading in your national authority file (https://viaf.org/)

%t: Indicator 1 should be '1'     (AACR and RDA)       Note changed
To: %t: In name headings, Indicator 1 = 0 is used when the personal name in subfield $a consists of a forename, or words, phrases, initials, etc., formatted in direct order. The pattern in this field indicates that subfield $a contains a name formatted in inverted order (surname, forename); if this is indeed the case, then change Indicator 1 to '1'. If in doubt, check the coding of the heading in your national authority file (https://viaf.org/)
From: %t: In name headings, Indicator 1 = 0 is used when the personal name in subfield $a consists of a forename, or words, phrases, initials, etc., formatted in direct order. The pattern in this field indicates that subfield $a contains a name formatted in inverted order (surname, forename); if this is indeed the case, then change Indicator 1 to '1'.

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