Template:Cite NIE

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

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Purpose[change | edit source]

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

Usage[change | edit source]

{{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[change | edit source]

Simple[change | edit source]

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

displays as:

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

With comment[change | edit source]

{{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[change | edit source]

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)[change | edit source]

{{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[change | edit source]

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

displays as:

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

Using vb[change | edit source]

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[change | edit source]

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). 

A long citation[change | edit source]

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

displays as:

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

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