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Subject: CITING ELECTRONIC SOURCES (fwd)
From: "Christopher S. Lobban" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Christopher S. Lobban
Date:Wed, 22 Nov 1995 20:51:21 +0000
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Relative to an earlier dialog on algae-l (or was it the PSA list) on
citing electronic sources, I attach the following, though it refers to
the humanities, and I agree with a comment on our list that one should
probably not regard e-mail messages as citable. (Some people are
certainly ex-citable on line.)
 
   Chris Lobban, Div. Natural Sciences
   University of Guam, Mangilao, GU 96923, USA
   Fax: (671) 734-1299. Voice: 735-2787 (Time: GMT+10  EST+15)
 
 
---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 1995 10:34:00 -0800
From: John Parminter of FOR 356-6810 <[log in to unmask]>
To: Multiple recipients of list PRO-CITE <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: CITING ELECTRONIC SOURCES
 
             **************************************************
             *           A BRIEF CITATION GUIDE FOR           *
             * INTERNET SOURCES IN HISTORY AND THE HUMANITIES *
             **************************************************
                                   by
                             Melvin E. Page
                     <[log in to unmask]>
 
                                   for
                        H-AFRICA <[log in to unmask]>
                            Humanities-on-Line
                                   and
                            History Department
                      East Tennessee State University
 
 
    The following suggestions for citations of Internet sources in
    history and the historically based humanities are derived from the
    essential principles of academic citation in Kate L. Turabian,
    *A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations,
    *5th ed. (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1987).  I have also
    draw upon suggestions from some of the works listed below.  The
    guide has been improved by the the students of my Historical
    Methods classes at East Tennessee State University and my fellow
    H-AFRICA editors whom I thank for their assistance.
 
    Since the Internet is an evolving institution, this guide is not
    intended to be definitive.  Corrections, additions, comments,
    suggestions, and criticisms are therefore welcome.  Please address
    them to the author at:
 
                       [log in to unmask]
 
    When the need for revisions and updates become apparent, new versions
    of the guide will be issued.
 
 
 
                           =======================
                           Bibliographic Citations
                           =======================
 
 
    Basic citation components and punctuation
    *****************************************
 
    Author's Last Name, First Name.  [author's internet address, if
        available].  "Title of Work" or "title line of message." In
        "Title of Complete Work" or title of list/site as appropriate.
        [internet address].  Date, if available.
 
    The samples below indicate how citations of particular electronic
    sources might be made.
 
 
    Listserv Messages
    *****************
 
    Walsh, Gretchen. [[log in to unmask]]. "REPLY: Using African
        newspapers in teaching."  In H-AFRICA.  [[log in to unmask]].
        18 October 1995.
 
 
    World Wide Web
    **************
 
    Limb, Peter.  "Relationships between Labour & African Nationalist/
        Liberation Movements in Southern Africa." [http://neal.ctstateu.
        edu/history/world_history/archives/limb-l.html]. May 1992.
 
 
    FTP Site
    ********
 
    Heinrich, Gregor.  [[log in to unmask]].  "Where There Is
        Beauty, There is Hope: Sau Tome e Principe."  [ftp.cs.ubc.ca/
        pub/local/FAQ/african/gen/saoep.txt].  July 1994.
 
 
    Gopher Site
    ***********
 
    "Democratic Party Platform, 1860."  [wiretap.spies.com Wiretap Online
        Library/civic & Historical/Political Platforms of the U.S.]
        18 June 1860.
 
    Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara.  "Making Difference." [gopher.uic.edu
        The Researcher/History/H-Net/H-Amstdy (American Studies)/Essays &
        Discussions About American Studies].  20 July 1995.
 
 
    Usenet Group Messages
    *********************
 
    Dell, Thomas.  [[log in to unmask]].  "[EDTECH] EMG: Sacred Texts
        (Networked Electronic Versions)."  In [alt.etext]. 4 February
        1993.
 
    Legg, Sonya. [[log in to unmask]].  "African history book
        list."  In [soc.culture.african].  5 September 1994.
 
 
    E-mail Messages
    ***************
 
    Page, Mel.  [[log in to unmask]].  "African dance...and
        Malawi."  Private e-mail message to Masankho Banda, [[log in to unmask]
        apc.org].  28 November 1994.
 
 
 
                      ==============================
                      Footnote and Endnote Citations
                      ==============================
 
 
    Basic citation components and punctuation
    *****************************************
 
        <note number> Author's First name and Last name, [author's
    internet address, if available], "Title of Work" or "title line
    of message," in "Title of Complete Work" or title of list/site as
    appropriate, [internet address], date if available.
 
    The examples below indicate how citations of particular electronic
    sources might be made.
 
 
    Listserv Messages
    *****************
 
        <1> Gretchen Walsh, [[log in to unmask]], "REPLY: Using African
    newspapers in teaching," in H-AFRICA, [[log in to unmask]], 18 October
    1995.
 
 
    World Wide Web
    **************
 
        <2> Peter Limb, "Relationships between Labour & African
    Nationalist/Liberation Movements in Southern Africa," [http://neal.
    ctstateu.edu/history/world_history/archives/limb-l.html], May 1992.
 
 
    FTP Site
    ********
 
        <3> Gregor Heinrich, [[log in to unmask]], "Where There Is
    Beauty, There is Hope: Sao Tome e Principe," [ftp.cs.ubc.ca/pub/
    local/FAQ/african/gen/saoep.txt], July 1994.
 
        <4> Sonya Legg, [[log in to unmask]], "African history
    book list," in [soc.culture.african], 5 September 1994.
 
 
    Gopher Site
    ***********
 
        <5> "Democratic Party Platform, 1860," [wiretap.spies.com
    Wiretap Online Library/civic & Historical/Political Platforms of the
    U.S.], 18 June 1860.
 
        <6> Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, "Making Difference,"
    [gopher.uic.edu The Researcher/History/H-Net/H-Amstdy (American
    Studies)/Essays & Discussions About American Studies],  20 July 1995.
 
 
    Usenet Group Messages
    *********************
 
        <7>Thomas Dell, [[log in to unmask]] "[EDTECH] EMG: Sacred
    Texts (Networked Electronic Versions)," in [alt.etext], 4 February
    1993.
 
 
    E-Mail Messages
    ***************
 
        <8> Mel Page, [[log in to unmask]], "African
    dance...and Malawi," private e-mail message to Masankho Banda,
    [[log in to unmask]],  28 November 1994.
 
 
 
             ================================================
             Additional Source Material on Internet Citations
             ================================================
 
    Dodd, Sue A.  "Bibliographic References for Computer Files in the
        Social Sciences: A Discussion Paper."  [gopher://info.monash.
        edu.au:70/00/handy/cites].  Revised May 1990.  {Published in
        *IASSIST Quarterly*, 14, 2(1990): 14-17.}
 
    Li, Xia and Nancy Crane.  *Electronic Style: A Guide to Citing
        Electronic Information*.  Westport: Meckler, 1993.
 
    University of Chicago Press *Chicago Guide to Preparing Electronic
        Manuscripts: for Authors and Publishers*.  Chicago:  University
        of Chicago Press, 1987.
 
    Walker, Janice R.  "MLA-Style Citations of Internet Sources."
        [http://www.cas.usf.edu/english/walker/janice.html].
        April 1995.
 
 
    *********************************************************************
    version 1.1                                           30 October 1995
    *********************************************************************
                     Copyright Melvin E. Page, 1995.
    This document may be reproduced and redistributed, but only in its
    entirety and with full acknowledgement of its source and authorship.
    *********************************************************************

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