Describing Organizations in Dublin Core

Are Organizations "Services" in the DCMIType vocabulary? Can I make an OAI-PMH compliant record representing an organization and what fields would apply?

I would like to describe organizations in Dublin Core. For example those listed here: Is this true for Linguistic Societies?

Is this true for all organizations?

The relevant Organizational role in MARC relators would be:

Secretary [sec]
A person or organization who is a recorder, redactor, or other person responsible for expressing the views of a organization.

Standards body [stn]
An organization responsible for the development or enforcement of a standard.

Jurisdiction governed [jug]
A jurisdiction governed by a law, regulation, etc., that was enacted by another jurisdiction.

Permitting agency [pma]
An organization (usually a government agency) that issues permits under which work is accomplished.

Issuing body [isb]
A person, family or organization issuing a work, such as an official organ of the body.

Degree granting institution [dgg]
A organization granting an academic degree.

Working with Organization Identifiers

MARC Records for Journal Articles

I am looking for some examples of MARC records for journal articles, and for chapters of books. I see lots of MARC records for ISSN (whole journals). I am also looking for MARC records for proceedings or edited volumes but I am not finding journal article, chapters of edited volumes, or proceedings papers/chapters. I'm looking for the kinds of fields they use (fingerprints of the data structure). I see that this has been an acknowledged issue via MARC Discussion Paper 2003-DP01. That discussion paper points to MARC fields which are documented here. I also see that OCLC has a page that talks about these issues in section 3.2:

I also realize that these are resource types which are generally not cataloged at the library level, and hence the research question... I'm looking for ways that MARC can be used as a data storage format for these resources.

There have been questions about this for at least 10 years.