Does anyone know if there is any provision in RDA itself for this kind
of distinction? Or is this more an encoding issue?
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I went for LITA guide in the 490 (transcription/title proper of series)
and LITA guides in the 830 (related work) because I think that was the
form used in the series authority record. I'm not sure if that's right
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Did anyone else have a problem with the title proper of the series?
RDA 220.127.116.11 "The title proper of series is the chief name of a series
(i.e., the title normally used when citing the series)" ≠ 2.12.2 "Take
the title proper of a series from the following sources (in order of
preference): a) the series title page [etc.]"
I wanted to put "Lita guides" but felt 2.12.2 was instructing me to put
"A LITA guide".
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