contributor

Hello,
Wich is the term from schema for the “contributor”? How can I use in my
style the term “contributor”. Have you a very short example?
Thank you,
Nicolae

You can’t. It’s too vague to be workable.

Bruce

Bruce D’Arcus wrote:

Hello,
Wich is the term from schema for the “contributor”? How can I use in my
style the term “contributor”.

You can’t. It’s too vague to be workable.

Bruce


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How then have:

Author1, “Foreword or Afterword”, in AUTHOR2 (contributor???),
/Title of book/, Bucharest: Humanitas, 2002, pp. 50-55.

With “book section” in Zotero, if I work with 2 authors I obtain
Author1, AUTHOR2, “Foreword and Afterword”, in /Title of book/…
Can it no separates the 2 authors, the author of foreword and the author
of book? What variable can I use for author of book (author2/contributor
in my example)?

Nicolae

Author1, “Foreword or Afterword”, in AUTHOR2 (contributor???),
/Title of book/, Bucharest: Humanitas, 2002, pp. 50-55.

Author 1 is the author
Author 2 is the editor usually.

Julian.

Julian Onions wrote:

*Author1*, "Foreword or Afterword", in *AUTHOR2 (contributor???)*,
/Title of book/, Bucharest: Humanitas, 2002, pp. 50-55. 

Author 1 is the author
Author 2 is the editor usually.

Julian.



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Thank you, Julian. But if he isn’t editor? I don’t want to have (ed.)
after the name.
For example, I have a poet (author), and an author of afterword (not
editor). I want to cite the text of this second author. How can I do that?

SecondAuthor, “Title of his afterword”, in AuthorPoet, /Title of poetry
book/, etc. etc.

Nicolae

@nicturcan wrote:

Julian Onions wrote:

*Author1*, "Foreword or Afterword", in *AUTHOR2 (contributor???)*,
/Title of book/, Bucharest: Humanitas, 2002, pp. 50-55.

Author 1 is the author
Author 2 is the editor usually.

Julian.



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Thank you, Julian. But if he isn’t editor? I don’t want to have (ed.)
after the name.
For example, I have a poet (author), and an author of afterword (not
editor). I want to cite the text of this second author. How can I do
that?

SecondAuthor, “Title of his afterword”, in AuthorPoet, /Title of
poetry book/, etc. etc.

Nicolae

The citation of an afterword with its own title must be:

Nicolae Turcan, “What the philosophy is”, in Grigore Mos, /Angels/,
Cluj, Ed. Limes, 2004, pp. 90-95.

There are 2 authors: the one principal, who wrote the book of poems -
Griogore Mos;
the other secundar, who wrote the afterword (he isn’t an editor!) -
Nicolae Turcan

The citation of a poem must be:

Griogre Mos, /Angels/, afterword by Nicolae Turcan, Cluj, Ed. Limes,
2004, pp. 90-95.

But, if I want to cite the afterword, I must use the first form; in
other case, the last one.
Zotero have not the possibility to make the first citation. It needs a
new term, like main-author. (I wanted to use the “contributor”, but it
isn’t mapped)
What do you think, wich is the solution?

Nicolae