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ETL 505 Subeject Heading Exercise 3:

Posted by arlekeno on August 31, 2012

Ok, my answers are:

War poetry – Collections. scisshl
Australian poetry – Collections. scisshl
New Zealand poetry – Collections. scisshl

Pacifism. scisshl and Iraq War, 2003-2010. scisshl

A collection of antiwar poems by Australian and New Zealand poets in 2004 against the war in Iraq.

Start with the Abouts.

War Poetry, Gulf War, ANZAC?? Protest??

War poetry

Broader Term
Poetry – Collections
Related Term
War songs

I think we can use this instead of the Broader Poetry Collections. Will check Poetry Collections for Scope notes.



Poetry – Collections

Scope Note
Use for collections of poems by more than one author.
Specific Example Note
For poetry on a theme or subject the subdivision Poetry may be used with subjects, e.g. Cats – Poetry (unless a ready-made heading such as Sea poetry already exists).

OK, it is specifically about war, AND the heading already exists. Confirmed! Not only that, I can use War-Poetry Collections, and that also already exists in opac records.



Iraq War, 2003-2010

Indexing Note
May be subdivided like World War, 1939-1945

Yep, I think we can confirm this one as well.



Pacifism

Used For
Peace movements

And this is also used in some4 Anti War records.

 

Ok, will now go for something Australian and NZ related.

Poetry

Scope Note
Use for works on the art, technique, appreciation and philosophy of poetry.
Specific Example Note
For poetry on a theme or subject the subdivision Poetry may be used with subjects, e.g. Animals – Poetry (unless a ready-made heading such as Sea poetry already exists). See also poetry of national* and ethnic* groups, e.g. English poetry; Aboriginal poetry; Maori poetry; New Zealand poetry.

So, New Zealand Poetry and Australian Poetry.

 

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