[uf-discuss] [hcite] date-published
jeremyboggs at gmail.com
Wed Feb 21 10:16:53 PST 2007
On Feb 20, 2007, at 8:44 PM, Tim White wrote:
> I vote for leaving it date-published. It really doesn't matter when
> consumers get their hands on a published piece,
> all that matters is when it is (claimed to be) published.
I also vote for leaving it date-published. Though not really arguing
against Tim's reasons, there are cases in which citations can have a
date published and a date visited or accessed. When citing websites
and web pages, for instance, some citation formats display date
published and date visited, when that information is available. More
often than not, citations for websites and web pages ask for date
visited instead of date published.
That said, should there also be a date-accessed or date-visited value
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