citeproc mf example

OK, I never really focused strongly on the XHTML output of citeproc,
but while making some other changes, I add some of that structure. I
know some of the details are wrong (particularly on the p element),
but FYI, the new APA output (from an article I’m working on). It
incorporates most of my suggestions.

Note, the fact that the styling is local is a long story, but tied to
the fact that a) this is output oriented (easy to regenerate), and b)
it takes more work to dynamically generate the CSS, with little pay-off.

Bruce

         <div id="bibliography">
            <h3>References</h3>

            <p id="http://www.usdoj.gov/usao/eousa/ 

foia_reading_room/usam/title9/15mcrm.htm"
class=“bibref”>Department of
Justice
(1997) International Extradition and Related Matters, In Criminal Resource
Manual
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title9/15mcrm.htm
[accessed on
2006-05-04]
.


                  <span class="family-name">Healy</span>, <span  

class=“given-name”>Gene
(2003) Deployed in the U.S.A.: The
Creeping Militarization of the Home Front
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[accessed on
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.

            <p id="urn:isbn:0300046685" class="bibref"><span  

class=“author”>Jensen, Joan M. (1991) </

Army
Surveillance in America, 1775-1980
. New Haven:Yale University
Press
.


Marston, Sallie A. and </
Kathryn
Mitchell
(2004) Citizens and the
State: Citizenship Formations in Space and Time
, In Spaces Of
Democracy: Geographical Perspectives on Citizenship, Participation
and Representation
. London</
:SAGE,
93–112
.

            <p id="urn:isbn:0743270665" class="bibref"><span  

class=“author”>Risen, James (2006) </

State of War:
The Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration</
. New York:Free Press.


Schmitt, Carl (1996) </
The Concept of
the Political
. Chicago</
:University of Chicago Press.

            <p id="urn:isbn:0226738892" class="bibref">———.<span  

class=“year”> (2005) Political Theology: Four Chapters on the Concept of
Sovereignty
. Chicago:University of Chicago Press.