02-05-2018 04:01 AM
I'm trying to create an output for a journal (South Asia) which puts all references into footnotes and has no consolidated bibliography.
Thus for a cited reference, the footnote would be:
Barnett, Steve. "Urban Is as Urban Does: Two Incidents on One Street in Madras City, South India." Urban Anthropology, vol. 2, no. 2, 1973, p 130.
But for a general reference, without a specific page reference, the citation would be equivalent to that in a bibliography, e.g.:
Bannerjee, Himani. "Fashioning a Self: Educational Proposals for and by Women in Popular Magazines in Colonial Bengal." Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 26, no. 43, 1991, pp. WS50-WS62.
is there an equivalent to the singular/plural <p.^pp.> which automates the choice of Cited Pages vs Pages? In the Field Substitutions option, there is no option to use Pages if there are no Cited Pages.
02-05-2018 10:17 AM
I don't think so. Why not put the page numbers in as "cited pages" where there isn't a specific cited page as a work around and request in suggestions forum a more permanent fix.
02-05-2018 11:27 PM
Thank you. My current workaround is to include both Cited Pages and Pages in the output style. I'll then manually edit out the one I don't need from the final version of the paper.