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773 - Host Item Entry (R)


MARC 21 Bibliographic - Full
October 2009

First Indicator
Note controller
0 - Display note
1 - Do not display note

Second Indicator
Display constant controller
# - In
8 - No display constant generated


Subfield Codes
$a - Main entry heading (NR)
$b - Edition (NR)
$d - Place, publisher, and date of publication (NR)
$g - Related parts (R)
$h - Physical description (NR)
$i - Relationship information (R)
$k - Series data for related item (R)
$m - Material-specific details (NR)
$n - Note (R)
$o - Other item identifier (R)
$p - Abbreviated title (NR)
$q - Enumeration and first page (NR)
$r - Report number (R)
$s - Uniform title (NR)
$t - Title (NR)
$u - Standard Technical Report Number (NR)
$w - Record control number (R)
$x - International Standard Serial Number (NR)
$y - CODEN designation (NR)
$z - International Standard Book Number (R)
$3 - Materials specified (NR)
$4 - Relationship code (R)
$6 - Linkage (NR)
$7 - Control subfield (NR)
    /0 - Type of main entry heading
    /1 - Form of name
    /2 - Type of record
    /3 - Bibliographic level
$8 - Field link and sequence number (R)

FIELD DEFINITION AND SCOPE

Information concerning the host item for the constituent unit described in the record (vertical relationship). In the case of host items that are serial or multi-volume in nature, information in subfields $g and $q is necessary to point to the exact location of the component part within the bibliographic item.

When a note is generated from this field, the introductory term In may be generated based on the field tag for display.

Provided in order to enable the user to locate the physical piece that contains the component part or subunit being described. Thus, only those data elements required to assist in the identification of the host item need to be included in the field, such as links to the bibliographic record describing the item and/or descriptive data that identify the host item.


GUIDELINES FOR APPLYING CONTENT DESIGNATORS

Description of the first indicator position and all subfield codes, as well as input conventions except for display constants, for field 773 are given in the 76X-78X Linking Entries-General Information section.

INDICATORS

Second Indicator - Display constant controller
Controls the generation of a display constant preceding the data in the linking entry field.
# - In
Used to generate the display constant In:.
8 - No display constant generated
Information may be provided in subfield $i (Relationship information) when special introductory text is needed.

EXAMPLES

773 0#$tHorizon$gVol. 17, no. 98 (Feb. 1948), p. 78-159
[Host item is identified by title.]
773 0#$gVol. 2, no. 2 (Feb. 1976), p. 195-230$w(DLC)###75001234#
[Host item identified by record number.]
773 0#$tNetworks for networkers : critical issues in cooperative library development$w(DLC)###79024054#$w(Uk)8040016
[Host item identified by title and by record numbers.]
773 0#$7p1am$aDesio, Ardito, 1897-$tGeographical features of the Karakorum.$dMilano : ISMEO, 1991
[Host item identified by author and title.]
773 0#$7p1am$aHamilton, Milton W. (Milton Wheaton), 1901-$tSir William Johnson and the Indians of New York.$d[Albany] : University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., Office of State History, 1967$w(DLC)###68066801#
[Host item identified by author, title, and record number.]
773 0#$tGilbert H. Grosvenor Collection of Photographs of the Alexander Graham Bell family
[Host item identified by title.]
773 0#$tEntomologists' monthly magazine$pENTOMOL MON MAG$dWallingford : Gem Publishing Company$x0013-8908$yFNMMA
773 0#$7c2tc$aMassachusetts. Commission on Consumer Affairs$tRecords$w(MaRG)170
773 0#$7nnas$tCalifornia journal.$gVol. 24, pt. B no. 9 (Sept. 1993), p. 235-48$q24:B:9<235
773 0#$7nnas$tMetro. $gVol. 96, no. 4 (May 2000), p. 23-24, 27$q96:4<23
773 0#$tPacific rail news.$q279<GM5
[This example contains subfield $q with no corresponding subfield $g]

CONTENT DESIGNATOR HISTORY

$q - Enumeration and first page [NEW, 2003]

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