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Re: Treating a title change [Scanned for viruses at CUNY] John Radencich 03 Dec 2004 15:01 UTC

Re: Treating a title change [Scanned for viruses at CUNY] John Radencich 03 Dec 2004 15:01 UTC

If you want you can make a 246 for the variant title.

John Radencich
Library-Cataloging Dept.
Florida International University
Miami, Florida 33199

Michael.Borries@DOMINO1.CUNY.EDU wrote:

>I suspect that since the change comes after the first five words, and
>doesn't seem to reflect a significant change in content, that this will be
>treated as a minor change with no new record being made.
>
>Michael S. Borries
>CUNY Central Cataloging
>151 East 25th Street, 5th Floor
>New York, NY  10010
>email: michael.borries@mail.cuny.edu
>Phone: (646) 312-1687
>
>
P V Picerno <petervp@ADMIN.STEDWARDS.EDU> wrote:
>
>_The American journal of hospice & palliative care_ changed the last word in
>its title in March-April 2004 to become _The American journal of hospice and
>palliative medicine_. So far the word change is being treated as an
>alternate title in a 246 field, and some of the indexing for it (in Medline)
>still lists the title as "care" rather than "medicine." Since this title
>change took place in the middle of a volume (of course), what are libraries
>doing about binding the 2004 volume and is anyone thinking ahead to the 2005
>volume?
>
>You can reply to me off-list if you like.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Peter Picerno
>
>Dr. Peter V. Picerno
>Scarborough-Phillips Library
>St. Edward's University
>3001 South Congress Ave
>Austin  TX  78704-6489
>512.464.8825
>fax 512.448.8737
>Please note that my new e-mail address is: petervp@admin.stedwards.edu