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public:nnels:etext:author-citation-styles [2018/08/16 22:06]
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public:nnels:etext:author-citation-styles [2020/06/30 09:40]
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 Things like [[public:​nnels:​etext:​epigraph|epigraphs]],​ [[public:​nnels:​etext:​quotations|block quotations]],​ and [[public:​nnels:​etext:​back-cover|book reviews]] will often be followed by an attribution,​ either to an author or some other source. Things like [[public:​nnels:​etext:​epigraph|epigraphs]],​ [[public:​nnels:​etext:​quotations|block quotations]],​ and [[public:​nnels:​etext:​back-cover|book reviews]] will often be followed by an attribution,​ either to an author or some other source.
  
-The epigraph, block quote, and book review should be formatted using the **Blockquote (DAISY)** style from the NNELS Template, and the attribution should be formatted using the **Author (DAISY)** style or the **Citation (DAISY)** style, depending on what is appropriate.+The epigraph, block quote, and book review should be formatted using the ''​Blockquote (DAISY)'' ​style from the NNELS Template, and the attribution should be formatted using the ''​Author (DAISY)'' ​style or the ''​Citation (DAISY)'' ​style, depending on what is appropriate.
  
-Use the **Author (DAISY)** style when there is only an author name, and the **Citation (DAISY)** style when the source includes a person'​s name //and// the name of a work (or just the name of a work). See example in the Q&A below.+Use the ''​Author (DAISY)'' ​style when there is only an author name.
  
-The **Author ​(DAISY)** style is also used in [[public:​nnels:​etext:​poetry|poetry]],​ to mark the name of the author.+Use the ''​Citation ​(DAISY)'' ​style when the source includes a person'​s name //​and// ​the name of a work (or //​just// ​the name of a work).
  
-=====Q&​A=====+See example in the Q&A below. 
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 +The ''​Author (DAISY)''​ style is also used in [[public:​nnels:​etext:​poetry|poetry]],​ to mark the name of the author. 
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 +=====Q&​A ​Archive=====
  
 **Q: Is it appropriate to use the "​Author"​ style for marking up the source of an epigraph? The source is not an author, but a text ("​Emmanuel'​s Book"​)** **Q: Is it appropriate to use the "​Author"​ style for marking up the source of an epigraph? The source is not an author, but a text ("​Emmanuel'​s Book"​)**
public/nnels/etext/author-citation-styles.txt · Last modified: 2020/08/01 09:11 by rachel.osolen