No More Romanizing: The Attempt to Be Less Anglocentric in RDA

@article{Seikel2009NoMR,
  title={No More Romanizing: The Attempt to Be Less Anglocentric in RDA},
  author={Michele Seikel},
  journal={Cataloging \& Classification Quarterly},
  year={2009},
  volume={47},
  pages={741 - 748}
}
  • Michele Seikel
  • Published 23 September 2009
  • Computer Science
  • Cataloging & Classification Quarterly
Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd ed. (AACR2) rule 1.0E1 allows title and statement of responsibility, edition, publication and/or distribution data, and series title to be “transcribed from the item itself in the language and script (wherever practicable) in which it appears there.” However, AACR2 will be replaced by a set of guidelines entitled Resource Description and Access (RDA). This article compares various guidelines from the November 2008 draft of RDA that are applicable to… 

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