This may need a more recent work cat! It’s a proposal I worked on at my previous job and it was tagged ‘revise and resubmit’ [PSD editorial notes 1705] and I did, but it was tagged the same again in PSD editorial notes for 1708 but I’d left the job before I was able to resubmit a second time.
The reason given the final time was: “a definition or description of the movement was not provided in the resubmitted proposal”
I’ve attempted to address that by supplying a definition in the 2nd 952.
450 $a BDS movement
450 $a Boycott, divestment, sanctions movement
550 $w g $a Protest movements
670 $a Work cat.: OCLC: 881285876: Babbin, Jed. BDS war against Israel, 2014: $b back cover (The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement has captured the attentions of idealistic youth and dedicated radicals around the world)
670 $a OCLC: 927412350: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security. Impact of the boycott, divestment, and sanctions movement, 2015.
670 $a OCLC: 899208515: Mendes, Philip. Boycotting Israel is wrong, 2015: $b Publisher summary (This is the first progressive book to argue that the BDS movement (boycott, divestment and sanctions) is the wrong way to broker peace in the Israeli Palestinian conflict)
952 $a LC pattern: Occupy movement
952 $a The BDS movement gathers together people to apply economic and political pressure on Israel regarding its treatment of Palestine and the Palestinians.
952 $a Although there is a NAR [nb2012017977] for a corporate body, I believe this LCSH proposal is necessary because many resources are not about the actions of a specific corporate body, but are about the conceptual movement itself and the actions of diffuse people acting under a shared ideal, not the specific directives of a unique body. c.f. NAR: AntiApartheid Movement [n 50071201] and the LCSH: Antiapartheid movements [sh 85005602]