"IN" ANALYTICS

 

Analysis is the process of preparing a bibliographic record that describes a part or parts of an item. If a separate bibliographic record is necessary for a component, prepare an "In" analytic entry. A component is a bibliographic unit that is physically contained in another bibliographic unit (host item) in such a way that the host item must be identified to locate the component (e.g., one article in a serial, one chapter or paper in a book, or one band on a sound recording). "In" analytics are made in only very unusual circumstances and used mostly for special collection material.

 

 

 

Examples:

The cowboy's warbonnet

President Roosevelt's New England and southern tour illustrated

Age and mental abilities

Native American images in advertising

 

Examples:

The beginning of bop

Questioned imprints in the United States

 

 

 

 

 

NCR 09/26/2001

 

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