Template:Cite NIE

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Wikisource-logo.svg "article name needed". New International Encyclopedia. 1905. 

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Purpose

This template enables the citation of articles from The New International Encyclopedia in the manner of {{cite encyclopedia}}. It provides for links to the Wikisource project The New International Encyclopædia.

Usage

{{Cite NIE|put the name of the article here|year=year of publication}}

or with a specification of the optional title, display, author, noicon or vb parameters:

{{Cite NIE|put the name of the article here|display=displayed article name|year=year of publication|author=author name|long=x|noicon=x|vb=x}}

Other parameters available are page, pages, volume and url.

Examples

Simple

{{Cite NIE|Kapp, Friedrich|year=1905}}

displays as:

Wikisource-logo.svg "Kapp, Friedrich". New International Encyclopedia. 1905. 

With comment

{{Cite NIE|Kapp, Friedrich|year=1905}} A German-American historian and lawyer.

displays as:

Wikisource-logo.svg "Kapp, Friedrich". New International Encyclopedia. 1905.  A German-American historian and lawyer.

Using display

The mechanics of Wikisource will sometimes require that a link have disambiguation information which is not part of the original title. The display parameter allows this information to be hidden for the purpose of the citation. For example:

{{Cite NIE|Adams, William (clergyman)|year=1905|display=Adams, William. An American Presbyterian clergyman}}

displays as:

Wikisource-logo.svg "Adams, William. An American Presbyterian clergyman". New International Encyclopedia. 1905. 

Using title (no Wikisource link)

{{Cite NIE|title=Meyer, Henry Herman|year=1918}}

displays as:

PD-icon.svg "Meyer, Henry Herman". New International Encyclopedia. 1918. 

When title is being used, url can be used to specify an external link. For example:

{{Cite NIE
 |title=Taussig, Frank William
 |year=1922
 |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=e5XthY8IZ0gC&pg=PA14
}} At [[Google Books]].

displays as:

PD-icon.svg "Taussig, Frank William". New International Encyclopedia. 1922.  At Google Books.

Using noicon

{{Cite NIE|Kapp, Friedrich|year=1905|noicon=x}}

displays as:

"Kapp, Friedrich". New International Encyclopedia. 1905. 

Using vb

If text is incorporated verbatim into an article, the vb parameter can be used to tack on a notice appropriate to the policy in Wikipedia:Plagiarism.

{{Cite NIE|Schlatter, Francis|year=1905|vb=x}}

displays as:

Wikisource-logo.svg This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain"Schlatter, Francis". New International Encyclopedia. 1905. 

No title or Wikisource link

This style is accommodated, but should be avoided if possible, since it can lead to a nebulous citation.

{{Cite NIE|volume=20|year=1916|page=684}}

displays as:

Wikisource-logo.svg "article name needed". New International Encyclopedia 20. 1916. p. 684. 

A long citation

{{Cite NIE|title=Meyer, Henry Herman|year=1918|long=x}}

displays as:

PD-icon.svg "Meyer, Henry Herman". New International Encyclopedia. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company. 1918. 

Hidden categories

This template automatically adds the hidden categories

  1. Category:Wikipedia articles incorporating text via vb from the New International Encyclopedia
  2. Category:Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the New International Encyclopedia

The first is set if the parameter vb=x is set, otherwise the second category is set.

See also