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--[[User:DeborahLeslie|Deborah J. Leslie]] ([[User talk:DeborahLeslie|talk]]) 17:30, 2 March 2015 (EST)
 
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== Theater attribute clusters ==
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This covers actors, directors, &c. Those writing for the theater are under "Creative writing"
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*'''Theater companies''' are a Group One entity in LC's "Division of the World" (found in SHM H 405 and DCM Z1). This means that they are always established according to descriptive cataloging conventions and reside in the name authority file. We can establish these ourselves.
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*'''Theater buildings''' are a Group Two entity. This means they are always established according to subject cataloging conventions  with authority records that reside either in the name or subject authority files. If we needed to trace a named theater building, we would propose it through SACO. (Need to confirm.)
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*For structures (including theaters) housing corporate bodies known by the same name as the corporate body that occupies it: "a corporate name heading is established for the body and that name heading is used as a subject heading for works about either the organization of the building." (SCH H 1334)
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===368===
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*Business enterprises ǂ2 lcsh
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===372===
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'''aat'''
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*theaters (institutions) (<institutions by activity>, institutions (organizations), ... Organizations (Hierarchy Name)) [for example, the "Elizabethan Theatre" (or whatever its name is) at the Folger.
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*theater companies (<business enterprises by function>, businesses (business enterprises), ... Organizations (Hierarchy Name)) '''Note:''' A theater production system based on a permanent association of actors, and often a particular location or theater structure. Professional theater companies evolved during the Renaissance in response to urbanization in the major countries of Europe. Modern theater companies follow the same model as the earliest ones: a group of actors, scenarists, and technicians devoted to presenting theatrical performances.
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372  Theater ǂ2 lcsh
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372  Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 ǂ2 naf
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===374===
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'''itoamc'''
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374  Actors ǂ2 itoamc
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374  Theatrical directors ǂ2 itoamc
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374  Theatrical managers ǂ2 itoamc
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374  Theatrical producers ǂ2 itoamc

Revision as of 16:42, 3 March 2015

Booktrade attribute clusters

I'm becoming more interested in using aat for 368, 372, and 374, because it's actually a thesaurus built according to a sophisticated syndetic structure according to international standards. Here are some comparisons.

368

aat

368  Businesses (business enterprises) ǂ2 aat
368  Educational institutions ǂ2 aat
368  Libraries (institutions) ǂ2 aat
368  Nonprofit organizations ǂ2 aat

lcsh

368  Business enterprises ǂ2 lcsh
368  Libraries ǂ2 lcsh
368  Nonprofit organizations ǂ2 lcsh
368  Religious institutions ǂ2 lcsh
368  Schools ǂ2 lcsh 

372

aat (no counterpart to LCSH "Book industries and trade")

372  Bookselling 
372  Printing (process) 
372  Printmaking
372  Publishing

lcsh

372  Book industries and trade ǂ2 lcsh

374

aat

374  Bookbinders ǂ2 aat 
374  Booksellers ǂ2 aat
374  Conservators (people in conservation) ǂ2 aat 
374  Printers (people) ǂ2 aat
374  Printmakers ǂ2 aat
374  Publishers ǂ2 aat

itoamc

374  Bookbinders ǂ2 itoamc
374  Booksellers ǂ2 itoamc
374  Engravers ǂ2 itoamc 
374  Printers ǂ2 itoamc
374  Publishers ǂ2 itoamc

lcsh

374  Bookbinders ǂ2 lcsh
374  Printers ǂ2 lcsh
374  Publishers ǂ2 lcsh 

--Deborah J. Leslie (talk) 16:47, 2 March 2015 (EST)

Religion attribute clusters

368

aat

368  Religious institutions ǂ2 aat

lcsh

368  Religious institutions ǂ2 lcsh

372

aat

  • religious functions (<functions by specific context>, functions (activities), Functions (Hierarchy Name)). Note: Functions or performances that are religious in nature.

lcsh

  • Clergy--Office

373

What about separating name of denomination and "Clergy" by using the church in the 373 and Clergy in 374?

374

aat

374 People in religion ǂ2 aat (use only if it cannot be determined that the person is in ordained ministry) 
374 Clergy ǂ2 aat
       374 Bishops (prelates) ǂ2 aat
       374 Deans (clergy) ǂ2 aat
       374 Ministers (clergy) ǂ2 aat
       374 Pastors ǂ2 aat
       374 Preachers ǂ2 aat
       374 Priests ǂ2 aat
       374 Rectors ǂ2 aat

itoamc

374  Clergy ǂ2 itoamc

lcsh

374  Clergy ǂ2 lcsh (only use if specific denomination cannot be identified; also add the specific terms used by or for the person)   
       374 Catholic Church--Clergy ǂ2 lcsh
       374 Church of England--Clergy ǂ2 lcsh
       374 Lutheran Church--Clergy ǂ2 lcsh

--Deborah J. Leslie (talk) 17:30, 2 March 2015 (EST)

Theater attribute clusters

This covers actors, directors, &c. Those writing for the theater are under "Creative writing"

  • Theater companies are a Group One entity in LC's "Division of the World" (found in SHM H 405 and DCM Z1). This means that they are always established according to descriptive cataloging conventions and reside in the name authority file. We can establish these ourselves.
  • Theater buildings are a Group Two entity. This means they are always established according to subject cataloging conventions with authority records that reside either in the name or subject authority files. If we needed to trace a named theater building, we would propose it through SACO. (Need to confirm.)
  • For structures (including theaters) housing corporate bodies known by the same name as the corporate body that occupies it: "a corporate name heading is established for the body and that name heading is used as a subject heading for works about either the organization of the building." (SCH H 1334)

368

  • Business enterprises ǂ2 lcsh

372

aat

  • theaters (institutions) (<institutions by activity>, institutions (organizations), ... Organizations (Hierarchy Name)) [for example, the "Elizabethan Theatre" (or whatever its name is) at the Folger.
  • theater companies (<business enterprises by function>, businesses (business enterprises), ... Organizations (Hierarchy Name)) Note: A theater production system based on a permanent association of actors, and often a particular location or theater structure. Professional theater companies evolved during the Renaissance in response to urbanization in the major countries of Europe. Modern theater companies follow the same model as the earliest ones: a group of actors, scenarists, and technicians devoted to presenting theatrical performances.
372  Theater ǂ2 lcsh 
372  Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 ǂ2 naf 


374

itoamc 374 Actors ǂ2 itoamc 374 Theatrical directors ǂ2 itoamc 374 Theatrical managers ǂ2 itoamc 374 Theatrical producers ǂ2 itoamc