# - Undefined
$a - Gender (R)
$2 - Source of term (NR)
The gender with which a person identifies. RDA instructs cataloguers to choose from the following list: female, male, unknown.
Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), for example a URL or URN, which provides electronic access data in a standard syntax. This data can be used for automated access to an electronic item using one of the Internet protocols.
In field 375, subfield $u is used to record the location of external or supplemental information accessible electronically.
100 1# $a Nabokov, Vladimir, $d 1869-1922 375 ## $a male $2 [code for RDA list] 100 1# $a Morris, Jan, $d 1926- 400 1# $w nne $a Morris, James, $d 1926- 670 ## $a Author’s Conundrum, 1974 375 ## $a male $s 1926 $2 [code for RDA list] 375 ## $a female $s 1972? $2 [code for RDA list] [b. James Humphry Morris, Oct. 2, 1926; had sex change operation, took new name "Jan Morris"]
RDA instructs cataloguers to choose from the following list: female, male, unknown. If none of the terms listed is appropriate or sufficiently specific, record an appropriate term or phrase, e.g. intersex.
Subfield 2 is included to allow for specifying the source of a controlled vocabulary (e.g. RDA list, ISO ISO/IEC 5218 “Information technology -- Codes for the representation of human sexes”).
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