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MARC field 374 in the authority format contains information about profession or occupation in which a person works or has worked, including dates applicable. This field is repeatable.
 
 
MARC field 374 in the authority format contains information about profession or occupation in which a person works or has worked, including dates applicable.  
 
  
 
==Commonly-used tags==
 
==Commonly-used tags==
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Indicators
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Undefined
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Subfield delimiters
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ǂa  Occupation (R)
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ǂs  Start period (NR)
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ǂt End period (NR)
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ǂ2 Source of term (NR)
  
 
==Policy and formulation==
 
==Policy and formulation==
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*Use specific terms (in contrast to broad terms preferred for field 372)
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*Use whichever controlled vocabulary is most convenient for the cataloger.
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*TENTATIVE Use for actual professions or occupations; do not extend to classes of persons or general descriptors (for example, '''Political activists''' is acceptable, but <strike>Radicals</strike> is not). 
  
 
==Commonly-used terms==  
 
==Commonly-used terms==  
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These are confirmed for current use. LCSH is given if it exists; [[Index terms for occupations in archival and manuscript collections (ITOAMC)| itoamc]] or other vocabularies if not.
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374  Actors ǂ2 lcsh
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374  Artists ǂ2 lcsh
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        374  Illustrators ǂ2 lcsh
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374  Authors ǂ2 lcsh (use only for people described as authors or writers)
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        374  Diarists ǂ2 lcsh
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        374  Dramatists ǂ2 lcsh
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        374  Novelists ǂ2 lcsh
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        374  Poets ǂ2 lcsh
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374  Binders ǂ2 lcsh
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374  Booksellers ǂ2 itoamc (prefer over publisher for the hand-press era)
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374  Clergy ǂ2 lcsh
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374  Political activists ǂ2 lcsh
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374  Printers ǂ2 lcsh
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374  Publishers ǂ2 lcsh (prefer over bookseller for the machine-press era)
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374  Scribes ǂ2 lcsh
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374  Teachers  ǂ2 lcsh
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        374  College teachers ǂ2 lcsh
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        374  High school teachers ǂ2 lcsh
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374  Translators ǂ2 lcsh
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The Folger routinely uses the following terms in the 374 field when applicable. (See also [[ITOAMC]], likely preferable because ǂ2 marcrelator is controversial)
 
  
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==Legacy terms==
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{{Legacy-section}}
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The terms below need to be confirmed before use
 
* Actors ǂ2 lcsh
 
* Actors ǂ2 lcsh
 
* Artists ǂ2 lcsh (use for Illustrators)
 
* Artists ǂ2 lcsh (use for Illustrators)
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* Translators ǂ2 lcsh
 
* Translators ǂ2 lcsh
 
   
 
   
* need to return to Publishers, Booksellers, Printers, etc.
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==Scope notes for selected terms==
 
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{{Legacy-section}}
===Scope notes for selected terms===
 
 
 
 
* bookseller MARC: Use for a person or organization who makes books and other bibliographic materials available for purchase. Interest in the materials is primarily lucrative. Folger practice: prefer over publisher for pre-1831 books, except when "publisher" or equivalent is used. Do not use in art cataloging
 
* bookseller MARC: Use for a person or organization who makes books and other bibliographic materials available for purchase. Interest in the materials is primarily lucrative. Folger practice: prefer over publisher for pre-1831 books, except when "publisher" or equivalent is used. Do not use in art cataloging
 
 
* printer MARC: Use for a person or organization who prints texts, whether from type or plates.
 
* printer MARC: Use for a person or organization who prints texts, whether from type or plates.
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* publisher MARC: Use for a person or organization that makes printed matter, often text, but also printed music, artwork, etc. available to the public. Folger practice: prefer bookseller for pre-1831 books, except when "published" or equivalent is used. In art cataloging, use for publisher, distributor, etc. even in the case of a printer or printseller functioning as a publisher
  
* publisher MARC: Use for a person or organization that makes printed matter, often text, but also printed music, artwork, etc. available to the public. Folger practice: prefer bookseller for pre-1831 books, except when "published" or equivalent is used. In art cataloging, use for publisher, distributor, etc. even in the case of a printer or printseller functioning as a publisher
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==External links==
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*[http://www.loc.gov/marc/authority/ad374.html MARC authority 374]
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*[http://desktop.loc.gov/search?view=document&id=InfobaseMaauth00099&f MARC authority 374 in Cataloger's Desktop] (Access limited by licensing agreements)
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*[http://desktop.loc.gov/search?view=document&id=Infobasedcmz10Dash0Dash0Dash3398&f DCM Z1 (374) in Cataloger's Desktop] (Access limited by licensing agreements)
  
 
[[Category: Cataloging]]
 
[[Category: Cataloging]]
 
[[Category: Staff policies and procedures]]
 
[[Category: Staff policies and procedures]]

Revision as of 15:29, 26 January 2015

MARC field 374 in the authority format contains information about profession or occupation in which a person works or has worked, including dates applicable. This field is repeatable.

Commonly-used tags

Indicators

Undefined

Subfield delimiters

ǂa  Occupation (R)
ǂs  Start period (NR) 
ǂt End period (NR) 
ǂ2 Source of term (NR) 

Policy and formulation

  • Use specific terms (in contrast to broad terms preferred for field 372)
  • Use whichever controlled vocabulary is most convenient for the cataloger.
  • TENTATIVE Use for actual professions or occupations; do not extend to classes of persons or general descriptors (for example, Political activists is acceptable, but Radicals is not).

Commonly-used terms

These are confirmed for current use. LCSH is given if it exists; itoamc or other vocabularies if not.

374  Actors ǂ2 lcsh
374  Artists ǂ2 lcsh 
        374  Illustrators ǂ2 lcsh
374  Authors ǂ2 lcsh (use only for people described as authors or writers)
        374  Diarists ǂ2 lcsh
        374  Dramatists ǂ2 lcsh
        374  Novelists ǂ2 lcsh
        374  Poets ǂ2 lcsh
374  Binders ǂ2 lcsh
374  Booksellers ǂ2 itoamc (prefer over publisher for the hand-press era)
374  Clergy ǂ2 lcsh
374  Political activists ǂ2 lcsh
374  Printers ǂ2 lcsh
374  Publishers ǂ2 lcsh (prefer over bookseller for the machine-press era)
374  Scribes ǂ2 lcsh
374  Teachers  ǂ2 lcsh
        374  College teachers ǂ2 lcsh
        374  High school teachers ǂ2 lcsh
374  Translators ǂ2 lcsh


Legacy terms

Ambox notice.png This section contains text copied from legacy files and may or may not reflect current information.

The terms below need to be confirmed before use

  • Actors ǂ2 lcsh
  • Artists ǂ2 lcsh (use for Illustrators)
  • Authors ǂ2 lcsh
  • Bookseller ǂ2 marcrelator
  • Calligraphers ǂ2 lcsh (Use for Penman)
  • Classicists ǂ2 lcsh
  • Corrector (but not from an authorized vocab -- yet -- b/c RBMS relationship designator scope note limits to manuscript scriptoria)
  • Dramatists ǂ2 lcsh
  • Humanists ǂ2 lcsh
  • Poets ǂ2 lcsh
  • Print dealers ǂ2 lcsh
  • Printmakers ǂ2 lcsh
  • Scribes ǂ2 lcsh
  • Translators ǂ2 lcsh

Scope notes for selected terms

Ambox notice.png This section contains text copied from legacy files and may or may not reflect current information.
  • bookseller MARC: Use for a person or organization who makes books and other bibliographic materials available for purchase. Interest in the materials is primarily lucrative. Folger practice: prefer over publisher for pre-1831 books, except when "publisher" or equivalent is used. Do not use in art cataloging
  • printer MARC: Use for a person or organization who prints texts, whether from type or plates.
  • publisher MARC: Use for a person or organization that makes printed matter, often text, but also printed music, artwork, etc. available to the public. Folger practice: prefer bookseller for pre-1831 books, except when "published" or equivalent is used. In art cataloging, use for publisher, distributor, etc. even in the case of a printer or printseller functioning as a publisher

External links