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Katalogizacija zvočnih posnetkov : primerjalna analiza razvoja mednarodnih standardov za bibliografski opis
Špiler, Jaka (Author), Petek, Marija (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Diplomsko delo obravnava problemsko področje katalogizacije zvočnih posnetkov. Na začetku so zvočni posnetki postavljeni v širši kontekst neknjižnega gradiva, za tem pa nadrobno opredeljeni. V nadaljevanju sta predstavljena zgodovina katalogizacije zvočnih posnetkov ter ločeno tudi namen in razvoj mednarodnega standardnega bibliografskega opisa - ISBD. V jedru naloge je obravnavan bibliografski opis zvočnih posnetkov v skladu s standardi ISBD. Najprej sta v strnjeni obliki primerjani prva in predelana izdaja ISBD(NBM) iz let 1977 in 1987, pri čemer so poudarjene predvsem spremembe med naštetima izdajama. Nato sledi podrobna primerjalna analiza druge izdaje ISBD(NBM) in nove, združene izdaje ISBD iz leta 2011. V obeh primerih je izdatna pozornost posvečena 1. območju opisa, s poudarkom na elementu splošna oznaka gradiva, in 5. območju, s poudarkom na elementu posebna oznaka gradiva. Ker združeni ISBD v 1. območju opušča element splošna oznaka gradiva in uvaja novo območje 0, ki ta element nadomešča, je to območje temeljito predstavljeno. Temu sledi še primerjalna analiza šestih bibliografskih zapisov iz COBIB-a, prevzetih v formatu ISBD, in predlogov bibliografskih zapisov, izdelanih po združenem ISBD. Na podlagi primerjalne analize je ugotovljeno, da so se standardi ISBD za opis zvočnih posnetkov v splošnem dobro odzivali na razvoj zvočnih posnetkov, da je najsodobnejši, združeni ISBD ustrezen za opis kateregakoli danes znanega zvočnega posnetka in da ISBD tudi v enaindvajsetem stoletju predstavlja trden okvir za bibliografski opis zvočnih posnetkov.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:katalogizacija, bibliografski opis, mednarodni standardni bibliografski opis ISBD, neknjižno gradivo, zvočni posnetki, diplomska dela
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2016
Publisher:[J. Špiler]
Number of pages:75 f.
UDC:025.31/.32:025.177(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:61943138 This link opens in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:
This thesis discusses certain problems in the field of cataloguing sound recordings. Sound recordings are placed in the broader context of non-book materials and are then defined in detail. The history of the cataloging is then presented, followed by a (separate) description of the purpose and development of the International Standard Bibliographic Description or ISBD. The core of the paper deals with the bibliographic description of sound recordings in accordance with the ISBD. The first and the revised edition of the ISBD(NBM) from 1977 and 1987 are briefly outlined and compared, with an emphasis on differences between the two versions. A detailed comparative analysis of the second edition of the ISBD(NBM) and the new, consolidated edition of the ISBD from 2011 is presented. The focus is on area of description 1, specifically on the general material designation element, and on area of description 5, specifically on the special material designation element. Because the consolidated ISBD abandons the general material designation element and introduces a new area of description, 0, which replaces this element, area of description 0 is extensively presented. A comparative analysis of six bibliographic records from COBIB - taken in the ISBD format - is then presented, with suggestions for bibliographic records created in accordance with the consolidated ISBD. The comparative analysis makes it possible to conclude that ISBD standards for describing sound records generally represent a good response to the development of sound recordings, that the most current, consolidated ISBD is suitable for describing all currently known sound recordings and that even in the 21st century, this system provides a framework for describing sound recordings.


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