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684 - Auxiliary Instruction Note (R)

MARC 21 Classification - Concise

Information from, or reference to, a section of a classifier's manual or other documentation. An auxiliary instruction note provides advice for classifying in difficult areas, and describes policies and practices that may accompany a classification schedule.

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$a - Classification number-single number or beginning number of span (R)
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$c - Classification number-ending number of span (R)
$i - Explanatory text (R)
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$j - Caption (NR)
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$z - Table identification (R)
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$6 - Linkage (NR)
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684 0#$a395$jEtiquette (Manners)
684 1#$iEtiquette includes prescriptive works on rules of conduct designed to make life pleasanter and more seemly and to eliminate causes of friction in the numerous minor opportunities for conflict or offense in daily life. More important matters of conduct are classed in$a170$iEthics.
684 0#$a338.1749$ivs.$a333.75$jProducts of forestry vs. Forest lands
684 1#$81.1$iSeveral of the concepts provided at$a333.75$iby virtue of the add table under$a333.7$ipotentially conflict with concepts provided at$a338.1749.$iThe general distinction is that works classed in$a333.75$iare primarily concerned with forest land and uncut timber as present and future resources, whereas works classed in$a338.1749$iare primarily concerned with cut timber as a product to be sold. Class comprehensive works in$a338.1749.
684 1#$82.1$iUse of add table under$a333.7
684 1#$82.2$a11$jReserves (Stock, Supply)$iClass in$a333.7511$ithe supply of forest land and uncut timber, in$a338.17498$ithe supply of cut timber.
684 1#$82.3$a12$jRequirements (Need, Demand)$iClass in$a333.7512$ithe demand for timber discussed in terms of its effect on the supply of forest land and uncut timber. Class in$a338.17498$ithe demand for timber discussed in terms of how much timber will have to be cut in order to meet the demand.
684 0#$a331$ivs.$a331.8$jLabor economics vs. Labor unions (Trade unions), labor-management (collective) bargaining and disputes
684 1#$iIndustrial relations in the broad sense of all relations between management and individual employees or employee groups is classed in$a331.$iIndustrial relations in the narrow sense of relations between management and labor unions is classed in$a331.8.$iIf in doubt, prefer$a331.
684 0#$a200.92$iand$a291$c299$iPersons [associated with religion] and Comparative religion, Religions other than Christianity
684 1#$81.1$iPersons associated with the religions in$a292$c299$iare often identified with a number of religious functions and activities. A Hindu guru, for example, may be thought of as a theologian, a teacher, a missionary, or a clergyman. If a religious leader cannot be identified primarily with one function, activity, or sect, class his biography in the base number for the religion and add notation$z1$a092$ifrom Table 1. Class collected biography of persons from many religions who are not identified with one function or activity in$a200.922.$iFor persons associated with a specific religion, use a number that corresponds to the number given in the table below, e.g., a Buddhist member of a religious order$a294.365$i(corresponds to$a291.65$iin the table below). For comprehensive biographies of persons primarily identified with one function, activity, or sect, use the following table of preference:
684 1#$81.2$jFounders of religions$a291.63
684 1#$81.3$jFounders of sects$a291.9
684 1#$81.4$jFounders of religious orders$a291.65

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