Bibliography and footnotes

Bibliographical references of printed documents

Instructions based on Standard UNE 50-104-94.
The bibliography should be limited to those texts that are directly related to the work submitted, and are indispensable to understand the content of the article.
Any bibliographical reference included in a footnote should be included in the Bibliography at the end of the article.
When the reference has a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) it should be included right after it.

For each citation, the data will be organized and formatted as follows:

1. Monographs:

1.1 Authorship

If the author is a person: He will be identified by surname(s) and first name. First letter capitalized, the rest in lower case, separated by a comma.

Example: López Pérez, José:

If there are 2/3 authors: Proceed as in the previous case, separating the different authors with a semicolon [;]

Example: López Pérez, José; Gómez García, María; Mesa Ruiz, Teresa

If there are more than three authors, proceed identifying the first author as in (1 -), and add "y otros" (for articles in Spanish) or "et al." (for articles in English).

Example: López Pérez, José y otros

If the author is an institution: The name of the institution will be written with its first letter capitalized, and the rest in lower case. The acronym can be added right after it, between brackets.

Example: Federación Española de Sociedades de Archivística, Biblioteconomía y Documentación (FESABID)

If the person or institution responsible for the publication is not the author of the work: The name(s) will be written according to the preceding system, specifying the type of responsibility with abbreviations such as (Ed.), for "editor", or (Dir.) for "director".

Example: López Pérez, José. (Ed.)
Example: López Pérez, José. (Dir.)

If the main responsibility/authorship is unknown, the bibliographical refrence will start with the title of the work.

1.2 Title

As it appears in the cited work, written in Italics.
Example: La formación continuada de bibliotecarios y documentalistas: bases para una evaluación.

1.3 Edition

If the work referred is not the first edition of, the ordinal number of the edition will be included, followed by the abbreviation "ed."

Example: 3ª ed.

1.4 Publication

The place of publication will be noted followed by a colon [:], then the name of the publisher or institution that publishes the work followed by a comma [,], followed by the year of publication.

Example: Madrid: Síntesis, 1996

If the city where it was published is not a well-known place, or can be ambiguous, the name of the country or state can be added after it between brackets.

Example: Carmona (España): Editorial Roma, 1996

If any of the data are unknown, it will be indicated as follows:
s.l. : sin lugar de publicación (unknown publication place).
s.e.: sin editor (unknown editor).
s.a.: sin año de publicación (unknown publication date).

If there are more than two publishers, or publication places, all of them will be included, separated by a hyphen [-]:

Example: Madrid – Sevilla: Editorial Guadalquivir, 1986
Example: Madrid: Editorial el Prado – Sevilla: Editorial Andaluza, 1996

If the document listed has any special characteristic regarding its publication, it can be noted.

Example: Typewritten. Unpublished. Reprinted.

Example: López Pérez, José: Traite de documentation. Le livre sur le livre. Théorie et practique. Bruxelles: Editiones Mundaneum. Palais Mondial, 1934. Reimpresión realizada por el Centre de Lecture Publique de la Commmunité Française, Lieja, 1989

2. Periodicals, journals, magazines:

2.1 Author, Title, edition

As stated for monographs.

2.2 Issue number and/or date

Example: 1970, Nº1

2.3 Publication place, year

As stated for monographs.
Example: Vivienda colectiva. Sentido de lo público. Proyecto, progreso, arquitectura. Nº 5. Noviembre 2011. Sevilla: Secretariado de Publicaciones. Universidad de Sevilla, 2010.

3. Chapters of monographs and articles, etc., in serial publications (journals)

They will be listed according to the following scheme:

Author(s) of the book (as stated for monographs). Title of book chapter or article between quotation marks. chapter or article in quotation marks. Secondary rsponsibility (editor, director, author of the book). Name of the journal or book in italics. Edition number. Location of the article/chapter within the source document: year, issue, pages.

For books or monographs: García Gutiérrez, Antonio: "La Documentación, desde la perspectiva lingüística". En López Pérez, José (Comp.): Fundamentos de Información y Documentación. Madrid: Edudema Universidad, 1989. pp. 78-87.

For magazines: García Gutiérrez, Antonio: ''Arquitectura y espacio público". En proyecto, progreso, arquitectura. "Vivienda colectiva:sentido de lo público". Noviembre 2011, Nº 2. Sevilla: Secretariado de Publicaciones. Universidad de Sevilla. 2010. pp. 53-60.

4. Unpublished dissertations

They will be listed according to the following scheme:

Surname (s), Given Name. Title of the dissertation. PhD director/academic advisor. Type of dissertation. Academic institution where it was presented, place, year.

Example:
Lascurain Sánchez, María Luisa. Análisis de la actividad científica y del consumo de información de los psicólogos españoles del ámbito universitario durante el período 1986-1995. Director: Elías Sanz Casado. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Departamento de Biblioteconomía y Documentación, 2001.

If the thesis has been published, it will be listed following the rules stated for monographs, keeping in the citation the information about the institution where it was presented.

 

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