I'm returning to this a bit late... sorry! Just to agree that the lack
of distinction between work and expression in MARC complicates this.
Creating records in both MARC and non-MARC format particularly
highlighted that to me.
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I'm interested in the relationship designator side of things -
discussion with colleague last week re. the appropriate content of a 110
$e led us to the conclusion that IF the relationship was so broad as to
be EITHER creator of work OR contributor to expression, then no $e was
However, MARC does not currently allow the distinction between
work/expression to be clear, which is unsatisfactory. If there's no $e
for a 700 heading, knowing whether it's because they're a creator of
work or contributor to expression is quite significant.
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