Okay, so I looked it up in OCLC and got 5 different call numbers. 2 started with LC 5057, but that's a poor choice because that should be for periodicals of education societies, and in both of those cases, the rest of the call number doesn't actually fit the rules for that area. A much better choice is one of the 3 that start with HD. HD is Industries/Land Use/Labor, and from the title alone, I'd argue it makes more sense. The 3 call numbers I found that start with HD are
HD 6950.5.A7 E38
I'm inclined to go with the middle one, just because it looks right, but it's best to check--instincts aren't always right. HD5706 isn't the best choice because it is General works about Labor/Work/Working class and this seems more specific than that. HD6950.5 is Industrial sociology/Social conditions of labor. I feel like this is a better fit than the first one, especially with the "Selected Problems of Social development" bit at the top. HD7049 looks like it is General Works by region/country, with the region chosen being Germany? I don't have enough info to know if that's the correct region.
If this were me, I'd choose HD6950.5.A7 E38. It seems the most specific to what the item is about, and honestly, just looking at it, it looks right. I'm not sure how to explain that, other than years of copy cataloging makes it easier to tell. The cutter is correct (unlike all the others) because in this instance, it should be based off the title (since no author is given), which starts with "Education". E for Education, 3 for the d, and 8 for the u. If you want, I email send you the chart I use to keep the cutter tables straight.
The call number you have on the book pictured befuddles me, because that W makes no sense--the cutter portion of the call number should come from the author's last name if there is an author, and in the cases where there isn't or the book simply lists editors, it should come from the title. It shouldn't be based off of "Workshop" which I think it is.
Cataloging is a little crazy, and I've been doing it for years and I still don't know all the rules. I hope this is helpful!Edited at 2013-12-12 03:24 pm (UTC)