Data elements in a dictionary catalogue, Humanities

DATA ELEMENTS IN A DICTIONARY CATALOGUE 

We shall discuss the parts of main entry in a dictionary catalogue according to ISBD and AACR-2R with their purpose, and they are identified with an illustrative example. The data entries in general and also with particular reference to skeleton entries which may be necessary in some service libraries, are also dealt with in this section. All these aspects are discussed in the following five sections: 

  1. Parts of a main entry 
  2. Purpose of the parts 
  3. Identification of parts 
  4. Data elements in added entries 
  5. Skeleton entries for a dictionary catalogue  
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