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根据GB3469-83《文献类型与文献载体代码》规定,以单字母标识:

M——专著(含古籍中的史、志论著)

C——论文集

N——报纸文章

J——期刊文章

D——学位论文

R——研究报告

S——标准

P——专利

A——专著、论文集中的析出文献

Z——其他未说明的文献类型

电子文献类型以双字母作为标识:

DB——数据库

CP——计算机程序

EB——电子公告

电子文献载体类型用双字母标识
①磁带〔MT〕

②磁盘〔DK〕

③光盘〔CD〕

④联机网络〔OL〕

非纸张型载体电子文献,在参考文献标识中同时标明其载体类型:

DB/OL——联机网上的数据库

DB/MT——磁带数据库

M/CD——光盘图书

CP/DK——磁盘软件

J/OL——网上期刊

EB/OL——网上电子公告

一、参考文献著录格式

1 、期刊作者.题名〔J〕.刊名,出版年,卷(期)∶起止页码

2、 专著作者.书名〔M〕.版本(第一版不著录).出版地∶出版者,出版年∶起止页码

3、 论文集作者.题名〔C〕.编者.论文集名,出版地∶出版者,出版年∶起止页码

4 、学位论文作者.题名〔D〕.保存地点.保存单位.年份

5 、专利文献题名〔P〕.国别.专利文献种类.专利号.出版日期

6、 标准编号.标准名称〔S〕

7、 报纸作者.题名〔N〕.报纸名.出版日期(版次)

8 、报告作者.题名〔R〕.保存地点.年份

9 、电子文献作者.题名〔电子文献及载体类型标识〕.文献出处,日期

二、文献类型及其标识

1、根据GB3469 规定,各类常用文献标识如下:

①期刊〔J〕

②专著〔M〕

③论文集〔C〕

④学位论文〔D〕

⑤专利〔P〕

⑥标准〔S〕

⑦报纸〔N〕

⑧技术报告〔R〕

2、电子文献载体类型用双字母标识,具体如下:

①磁带〔MT〕

②磁盘〔DK〕

③光盘〔CD〕

④联机网络〔OL〕

3、电子文献载体类型的参考文献类型标识方法为:〔文献类型标识/载体类型标识〕。例如:

①联机网上数据库〔DB/OL〕

②磁带数据库〔DB/MT〕

③光盘图书〔M/CD〕

④磁盘软件〔CP/DK〕

⑤网上期刊〔J/OL〕

⑥网上电子公告〔EB/OL〕

三、举例

1、期刊论文

〔1〕周庆荣,张泽廷,朱美文等.固体溶质在含夹带剂超临界流体中的溶解度〔J〕.化工学报,1995(3):317—323

〔2〕Dobbs J M, Wong J M. Modification of supercritical fluid phasebehavior using polor coselvent〔J〕. Ind Eng Chem Res, 1987,26:56

〔3〕刘仲能,金文清.合成医药中间体4-甲基咪唑的研究〔J〕.精细化工,2002(2):103-105

〔4〕 Mesquita A C, Mori M N, Vieira J M, et al . Vinyl acetate polymerization by ionizing radiation〔J〕.Radiation Physics and Chemistry,2002, 63:465

2、专著

〔1〕蒋挺大.亮聚糖〔M〕.北京:化学工业出版社,2001.127

〔2〕Kortun G. Reflectance Spectroscopy〔M〕. New York: Spring-Verlag,1969

3、论文集

〔1〕郭宏,王熊,刘宗林.膜分离技术在大豆分离蛋白生产中综合利用的研究〔C〕.//余立新.第三届全国膜和膜过程学术报告会议论文集.北京:高教出版社,1999.421-425

〔2〕Eiben A E, vander Hauw J K.Solving 3-SAT with adaptive genetic algorithms 〔C〕.//Proc 4th IEEE Conf Evolutionary Computation.Piscataway: IEEE Press, 1997.81-86

4、学位论文

〔1〕陈金梅.氟石膏生产早强快硬水泥的试验研究(D).西安:西安建筑科学大学,2000

〔 2 〕 Chrisstoffels L A J . Carrier-facilitated transport as a mechanistic tool in supramolecular chemistry〔D〕.The Netherland:Twente University.1988

5、专利文献

〔1〕Hasegawa, Toshiyuki, Yoshida,et al.Paper Coating composition〔P〕.EP 0634524.1995-01-18

〔 2 〕 仲前昌夫, 佐藤寿昭. 感光性树脂〔 P 〕. 日本, 特开平09-26667.1997-01-28

〔3〕Yamaguchi K, Hayashi A.Plant growth promotor and productionthereof 〔P〕.Jpn, Jp1290606.

1999-11-22

〔4〕厦门大学.二烷氨基乙醇羧酸酯的制备方法〔P〕.中国发明专利,CN1073429.1993-06-23

6、技术标准文献

〔1〕ISO 1210-1982,塑料——小试样接触火焰法测定塑料燃烧性〔S〕

〔2〕GB 2410-80,透明塑料透光率及雾度实验方法〔S〕

7、报纸

〔1〕陈志平.减灾设计研究新动态〔N〕.科技日报,1997-12-12(5)

8、报告

〔1〕中国机械工程学会.密相气力输送技术〔R〕.北京:1996

9、电子文献

〔1〕万锦柔.中国大学学报论文文摘(1983-1993)〔DB/CD〕.北京:中国百科全书出版社,1996

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(1) 参考文献的著录应执行GB7714-87《文后参考文献著录规则》及《 中国学术期刊(光盘版)检索与评价数据规范》规定,采用顺序编码制,在引文中引用文献出现的先后以阿拉伯数字连续编码,序号置于方括号内。一种文献在同一文中反复引用者,用同一序号标示,需要表明引文出处的,可在序号后加圆括号著名页码或章、节、篇名,采用小于正文的字号编排。

(2)文后参考文献的著录项目要齐全,其排列顺序以在正文中出现的先后为准;参考文献列表时应以“参考文献:”(左顶格)或“[参考文献]”(居中)作为标识;序号左顶格,用阿拉伯数字加方括号标示;每一条目的最后均以实心点结束。

(3) 参考文献类型及文献类型,根据GB3469-83《文献类型与文献载体代码》规定,以单字母方式标识:

(4)关于参考文献中的起始页码,请在正文内的引文后以“(P+起止页码)”标注。

▲专著(M);论文集(C);报纸文章(N);期刊文章(J)学位论文(D);报告(R);标准(S)专利(P)

A.专著、论文集、学位论文、报告

[序号]主要责任者.文献题名[文献类型标识].出版地:出版者,出版年.

[1] 周振甫.周易译注[M].北京:中华书局.1985.

[2] 陈送.五四前后东西方文化问题论战文选[C].北京:中国社会科学出版社,1985.

[3] 陈桐生.中国史官文化与《史记》[D].西安:陕西师范大学文学研究所,1992年.

[4] 白永秀,刘敢,任保平.西安金融、人才、技术三大要素市场培育与发展研究[R].西安:陕西师范大学西北经济研究中心,1998.

b.期刊文章

[序号]主要责任者.文献题名[J].刊名,年,卷(期).

[5] 何龄修.读顾城《南明史》[J].中国史研究,1998(3).

c.论文集中的析出文献

[序号]析出文献主要责任者.析出文献题名 [A].原文献主要责任者(任选). 原文献题名[C].出版地:出版者,出版年.

[6] 瞿秋白.现代文明的问题与社会主义[A].罗荣渠.从西化到现代化[C].北京:北京大学出版社,1990.

d.报纸文章

[序号]主要责任者.文献题名[N].报纸名,出版日期(版次).

[7] 谢希德.创造学习的新思路 [N].人民日报,1998-12-25(10).

e.国际、国家标准

[序号]标准编号,标准名称[S].

[8] GB/T16159-1996,汉语拼音正词法基本规则[S].

f.专利

[序号]专利所有者.专利题名[P].专利国别:专利号,出版日期.

[9] 姜锡洲.一种温热外敷药制备方案[P].中国专利:881056073,1989-07-26.

g.电子文献

[序号]主要责任者.电子文献题名[电子文献及载体类型标识] .电子文献的出处或可获得地址,发表或更新日期/引用日期(任选).

[10] 王明亮.关于中国学术期刊标准化数据库系统工程的进展 [EB/01]. http://www. Cajcd. edu. cn/pub/wm1.txt/980810-2.htmI,1998-08-16/1998-10-04.

[11] 万锦坤.中国大学学报论文文摘(1983一1993).英文版[DB/CD].北京:中国大百科全书出版社,1996.

h.各种未定类型的文献

[序号]主要责任者.文献题名[Z].出版地:出版者,出版年.

[12] 张永禄.唐代长安词典[Z].西安:陕西人民出版社,1980.

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2.注释与参考文献

(1)注释

注释主要对文章篇名、作者及文内某一特定内容作必要的解释或说明,可夹在文内(加圆括号),也可排在文末。序号用带圆圈的阿拉伯数字表示。

(2)参考文献

1) 参考文献的著录

本刊采用顺序编码制,每一引用文献必须同时在文中及文未的“参考文献”两个部分予以注明。论文中,每一文献条目按引文出现的先后以阿拉伯数字连续编码,序号置于方括号内。一种文献在同一文中被反复引用者,用同一序号标示。需表明引文具体出处的,可在序号后加圆括号注明页码(中文文献:第xx页;英文:p.xx)或章、节、篇名。

示例:

文中:“宫、商、角、徵、羽,杂比曰音,单出曰声。”[1](《史记·乐书》:第1180页)

文未:[1] 汉·司马迁. 史记 [M]. 北京:中华书局, 1974.

2)参考文献的类型

根据GB3469-83《文献类型与文献载体代码》规定,以单字母标识:

M——专著(含古籍中的史、志论著)

C——论文集

N——报纸文章

J——期刊文章

D——学位论文

R——研究报告

S——标准

P——专利

A——专著、论文集中的析出文献

Z——其他未说明的文献类型

电子文献类型以双字母作为标识:

DB——数据库

CP——计算机程序

EB——电子公告

非纸张型载体电子文献,在参考文献标识中同时标明其载体类型:

DB/OL——联机网上的数据库

DB/MT——磁带数据库

M/CD——光盘图书

CP/DK——磁盘软件

J/OL——网上期刊

EB/OL——网上电子公告

3)参考文献的格式

参考文献条目列于文末。其格式为:

a. 专著、论文集、学位论文、研究报告:

[序号]作(编)者. 题名[文献类型标识]. 出版地: 出版者,出版年.

示例: [1]钱仁平.中国小提琴音乐[M].长沙:湖南文艺出版社,2001.

b. 期刊文章:

[序号]作者. 题名[J]. 刊名,年,卷(期):起止页码.

示例:

[2]陈鸿铎.谈马勒《第一交响乐》的音乐创作[J].中央音乐学院学报,2000,81(4):39-47.

c. 论文集中的单篇论文:

[序号]论文作者. 论文题名[A]. 论文集编者(任选). 论文集题名[C] . 出版地:出版者,出版年.论文起止页码.

示例:

[3]刘桂腾.单鼓音乐研究[A].田联韬.民族音乐论文集[C].北京:中央音乐学院学报

社,1990.176-77.

d. 报纸文章:

[序号]作者. 题名[N]. 报纸名,出版日期及期号(版次).

示例:

[4]史君良. 围绕旋律婉转歌唱[N]. 音乐周报,2002-11-215(3).

e. 电子文献:

[序号]作者. 题名[电子文献及载体类型标识]. 电子文献的出版者或可获得地(网)址,发表或更新日期/引用日期(任选).

示例:

[5]王明亮. 关于中国学术期刊标准化数据库系统工程的进展[EB/OL]. http: //www. cajcd.cn/pub/wml. txt/980810-2. html, 1998-08-10-04.

f. 各种未定类型的文献:

[序号]作(编)者. 题名[Z]. 出版地:出版者,出版年.

示例:

[6]温廷宽,王鲁豫. 古代艺术辞典[Z]. 北京:中国国际广播出版社,1989.

g. 外文文献

引文及参考文献中的论文排序方式基本同中文文献;书名及刊名用斜体字,期刊文章题名用双引号;是否列出文献类型标识号及著作页码(论文必须列出首尾页码)可任选;出版年份一律列于句尾或页码之前(不用年份排序法)。

示例:

[7]Nettl, Bruno. The Study of Ethnomusicology: Twenty-nine Issues and Concepts [M]. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1983.

[8]Harrison, Frank. “Universals in Music: Towards a Methodology of Comparative Research.” World of Music, 1977,19(1-2):30-36.

外文文献一定要用外文原文表述(也可在原文题名之后的括号内附上中文译文),切忌仅用中文表达外文原义。

示例:

对: [9]Rees, Helen. Echoes of History: Naxi Music in Modern China [M]. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.

对:[9]Rees, Helen. Echoes of History: Naxi Music in Modern China(历史的回声: 当代中国的纳西音乐)[M]. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.

误:[9]李海伦. 历史的回声: 当代中国的纳西音乐. 纽约: 牛津大学出版社, 2000.…...

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