JSTOR has recently added a title to their Arts & Sciences III Collection and I would like serials catalogers and others to weigh in on what they think about the decision JSTOR has made.
The title in question is cited in JSTOR as:
La Ricerca Folkorica No.1, 1980-no.44, 2001
According to OCLC, and in reviewing the front matter as shown on JSTOR (I do not have acccess to the print version) it appears that this title changed with no.41, 2000 to: Erreffe : La Ricerca Folkorica. The typography on the cover is pretty conclusive eveidence of a title change if you ask me!
OCLC records: 61496677 (1st title)
61697772 (2nd title)
JSTOR thinks that they should keep it all under one record, and they say are tied to the ISSN assignment. And, they say that the "publisher does
not have a preference."
Please let me know what you think and thanks.
Eleanor I. Cook
Serials Coordinator & Professor
Belk Library, ASU Box 32026
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608-2026
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