Difference between revisions of "citation-faq"

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* if a citation is an author or publisher, isn't that just an hCard
 
* if a citation is an author or publisher, isn't that just an hCard
 
* Citations usually contain two parts--a notice that the material is a quoted or paraphrased from a source, and a reference to the location of that source. It seems like we're attempting to do both simultaneously should we make more of an effort to differentiate the two?
 
* Citations usually contain two parts--a notice that the material is a quoted or paraphrased from a source, and a reference to the location of that source. It seems like we're attempting to do both simultaneously should we make more of an effort to differentiate the two?
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== See also ==
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* [[citation]]
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* [[citation-examples]]
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* [[citation-formats]]
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* [[citation-brainstorming]]

Revision as of 07:12, 10 April 2006

Questions

  • what is the difference between hReview and a Citation format?
    • Right a citation is actually very different from a review, and even although a review could be said to contain a citation to the item being reviewed, in practice, the two are very different.
  • if a citation is an author or publisher, isn't that just an hCard
  • Citations usually contain two parts--a notice that the material is a quoted or paraphrased from a source, and a reference to the location of that source. It seems like we're attempting to do both simultaneously should we make more of an effort to differentiate the two?

See also