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medium-neutral citation

Subject: Law

A system of legal citation that does not depend on a particular publisher (e.g. ALR or CLR) or platform (paper reports or online). Law librarians encourage its use in judgments ...

medium-neutral citation

medium-neutral citation   Reference library

Australian Law Dictionary (3 ed.)

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2018
Subject:
Law
Length:
127 words

...medium-neutral citation ( MNC ) A system of legal citation that does not depend on a particular publisher (e.g. ALR or CLR) or platform (paper reports or online). Law librarians encourage its use in judgments and academic writing but there are obstacles to using only MNC (e.g. the High Court allows citation of its decisions in a medium-neutral way when they have been published online but not printed (in CLR), but in proceedings before the Court, the CLR citation is required). Providing parallel MNC citations along with official reports is recommended....

medium-neutral citation

medium-neutral citation  

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Overview Page
Subject:
Law
A system of legal citation that does not depend on a particular publisher (e.g. ALR or CLR) or platform (paper reports or online). Law librarians encourage its use in judgments ...
Citation of cases

Citation of cases   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2007
Subject:
Law
Length:
651 words

...neutral citation for its judgments in 1998 , beginning with the first judgment delivered in that year. ‘Medium-neutral’ means that the citation is not tied down to a particular publisher's series of law reports—nor, indeed, to a printed ‘hard copy’ at all. This followed the trend in Canada and many US states, which encouraged the use of medium-neutral citations for their judgments. Paragraph numbers were incorporated into the body of the Court's judgments for pinpoint citation. This is because electronic page references often differ, and may be lost...

Information technology

Information technology   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2007
Subject:
Law
Length:
1,191 words

...and transcripts before making them available on the web. As a consequence of the increased availability of electronic copies of its judgments, the Court adopted paragraph numbering in its judgments from the beginning of 1998 to facilitate ‘medium neutralcitation of the Court's decisions: that is, citation that does not rely on the pagination of a document by a particular word processing or page layout application. The Court's case management system has been designed to facilitate future enhancements. If the Court approved it, much of the data held...

sign languages

sign languages   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Semiotics

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2007
Subject:
Language reference, Linguistics
Length:
3,551 words

...often called “neutral space” because signs made within it are not articulated with respect to any landmarks on the body. Neutral space serves a key function within the pronominal system of ASL. Deictic pronouns are fairly straightforward: the first‐person pronoun is a point to the center of the signer's own chest, and reference to the addressee or to a nonaddressed participant is indicated by a point to that person. Reference to nonpresent referents is more interesting: the signer can refer to such referents by establishing “loci” within neutral space. To sign...

English

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The Oxford Companion to the English Language (2 ed.)

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2018
Subject:
Language reference, History of English, Linguistics
Length:
3,001 words

...and Scandinavian people in Britain: ‘Nah naðer to farenne ne Wylisc man on Ænglisc lond ne Ænglisc on Wylisc’ (Neither Welshman to go on English land, nor English on Welsh: ordinance); ‘Gif Ænglisc man Deniscne ofslea’ (If an Englishman kills a Dane: Laws of Aethelred, both citations from c. 1000 ). However, by the time of the Norman Conquest, English was the name for all inhabitants of England, regardless of background. For many years after 1066 , the Normans were commonly distinguished from their English subjects as French , a dichotomy sustained in...

Fisher, Irving

Fisher, Irving (1867–1947)   Reference library

The Biographical Dictionary of American Economists

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2010
Subject:
Social sciences, Economics
Length:
3,645 words

...causes (eugenics, econometrics, Prohibition, the compensated dollar, stamped scrip, a new world map projection) harmed his reputation. The most cited author in English-language articles in monetary economics and economic fluctuations in the 1920s, Fisher vanished entirely from citation lists in macroeconomics in the 1940s, neglected in debates centered on Keynes. He never pulled his theories together in a grand synthesis: his monetary economics was not cast in the general equilibrium framework of his dissertation, nor was it fully integrated with his work on...

Benjamin, Walter

Benjamin, Walter   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Aesthetics

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2008
Subject:
Art & Architecture, Philosophy
Length:
9,945 words

...else was conveyed; language would be a more or less neutral vehicle of something essentially external to it. But, as a “medium,” language is itself a dynamic space “in” which something happens. Yet, what happens tends to disrupt the usual meaning of in; for this ostensibly well-defined, containing, and self-contained space of the medium consists precisely in the self parting company from itself by im-parting itself . In thus refusing the instrumentalist conception of language as a medium through which something is communicated by someone to ...

Benjamin, Walter

Benjamin, Walter   Reference library

Max Pensky, Margaret Cohen, and Samuel Weber

Encyclopedia of Aesthetics (2 ed.)

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2014
Subject:
Art & Architecture, Philosophy
Length:
10,578 words
Illustration(s):
1

...else was conveyed; language would be a more or less neutral vehicle of something essentially external to it. But, as a “medium,” language is itself a dynamic space “in” which something happens. Yet, what happens tends to disrupt the usual meaning of in; for this ostensibly well-defined, containing, and self-contained space of the medium consists precisely in the self parting company from itself by im-parting itself . In thus refusing the instrumentalist conception of language as a medium through which something is communicated by someone to ...

Copts

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2005

...attempt to make monks and anchorites a part of his struggle to unify the Egyptian church. Butler, Alfred J. The Arab Conquest of Egypt and the Last Thirty Years of the Roman Dominion . 2d ed., edited by P. M. Fraser , Oxford, 1978. The standard work on this subject, with full citation of sources; Fraser's addendum is largely bibliographic. Camplani, Alberto , ed. L'Egitto Cristiano: Aspetti e problemi in età tardo-antica . Studia Ephemeridis Augustinianum, 56. Rome, 1997. Excellent survey articles by seven scholars on theology, literature, monasticism,...

Conceptual Art

Conceptual Art   Reference library

Jacob Stewart-Halevy, Michael Baldwin, Charles Harrison, Mel Ramsden, Mary Kelly, and Yair Guttmann

Encyclopedia of Aesthetics (2 ed.)

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2014
Subject:
Art & Architecture, Philosophy
Length:
14,663 words
Illustration(s):
2

...Around the cabinets, the four walls of the room were papered with a form of index, photographically enlarged from an original typescript so as to cover the entire surface available. The index provided an individual listing for each text included. Under each of some 350 separate citations, the various other texts were designated under one or another of three possible relations to the text cited. These relations were symbolized as “+,” signifying a relationship of compatibility between a given pair of texts; “−,” signifying a relationship of incompatibility; and...

Vygotsky’s Theoretical and Conceptual Contributions to Qualitative Research in Education

Vygotsky’s Theoretical and Conceptual Contributions to Qualitative Research in Education   Reference library

Ana Luíza Bustamante Smolka, Ana Lucia Horta Nogueira, Débora Dainez, and Adriana Lia Friszman de Laplane

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods in Education

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2020
Subject:
Social sciences, Education
Length:
10,436 words

...Vygotsky, 1997a , pp. 71, 76) What can be searched for in the masters of Marxism beforehand is not a solution of the question, not even a working hypothesis […] but the method to develop it. I do not want to learn what constitutes the mind for free, by picking out a couple of citations, I want to learn from Marx’s whole method how to build a science, how to approach the investigation of the mind. ( Vygotsky, 1997c , p. 331) N.B.: The word history (historical psychology) for me means two things: (1) a general dialectical approach to things—in this sense, everything...

Literacy

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International Encyclopedia of Linguistics (2 ed.)

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2003
Subject:
Linguistics
Length:
7,131 words

...or ownership of scrolls, tablets, or books to demonstrate the numbers or characteristics of actual readers. Scholars must rely on the direct references of past readers to their reading in marginalia, journals, letters—and, relatively recently, through printed references or citations. Inferences about reading can be made through lists of books recommended by those in authority over certain groups, as well as through prefaces by authors and printers who explain why they brought out new editions or reprintings. Historians can also cautiously infer reading when...

Style

Style   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Rhetoric

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2006
Subject:
Language reference, Linguistics
Length:
9,178 words

...the same stream with the current of thought. A writer of genius conceives his subject strongly; his imagination is filled and impressed with it; and pours itself forth in that Figurative Language which Imagination naturally speaks” (Vol. 1, 4th ed., p. 231. London, 1790 ). This citation evinces crucial elements of the new Romantic poetic such as the expressive and organic nature of literary expression, which M. H. Abrams set forth in his study The Mirror and the Lamp ( 1953 ), but it does not as yet dispense with the notion of ornaments. This, however, is...

Poetry

Poetry   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to Women's Writing in the United States

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2005
Subject:
Literature
Length:
11,891 words

...and cultural feminist, suggests the overdue death of “male culture” from its own technocratic hubris. The work is a revisionist rewriting of the Bible and thus a bold act of cultural critique. Finally, the prose-poem form of the work, its multiple discourses, and its collage and citation strategies, link this work to feminist experimental writing. Feminist readers thus have had a critical, though not, for the most part, formally radical poetry available throughout this time. This poetry has now been offered the literary-political accolade of...

Realism and Security

Realism and Security   Reference library

Stephen M. Walt

The International Studies Encyclopedia

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2017
Subject:
Social sciences, Politics, Warfare and Defence
Length:
10,705 words

...of Anarchy: A Disciplinary History of International Relations . Albany: State University of New York Press. Schmidt, B.C. , and Williams, M.C. (2006) The Bush Doctrine and the Iraq War: Neo-Conservatives versus Realists. At www.allacademic.com/meta/p_mla_apa_research_citation/1/5/3/5/2/pages153527/p153527-1.php , accessed May 2009. Schroeder, P. (1994) Historical Reality vs. Neorealist Theory. International Security 19 (1), 108–48. Schultz, K.A. (1999) Do Democratic Institutions Constrain or Inform? International Organization 53 (2), 233–66....

Assessment of Active Learning

Assessment of Active Learning   Reference library

Kay Gibson and Carolyn M. Shaw

The International Studies Encyclopedia

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2017
Subject:
Social sciences, Politics, Warfare and Defence
Length:
9,786 words
Illustration(s):
3

...learning are often not aware of studies that have been done in other disciplines or in other geographic areas. Scholars from different countries are asking many of the same questions (and often coming up with similar answers), but their work is narrowly circulated and their citations are mostly those of other scholars from their own country. For this reason, the culmination of knowledge is advancing at a slower rate than it might if scholars were more aware of studies done in different regions and in other disciplines. Despite this caveat, there are several...

Conceptual Art

Conceptual Art   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Aesthetics

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2008
Subject:
Art & Architecture, Philosophy
Length:
12,446 words

...Around the cabinets, the four walls of the room were papered with a form of index, photographically enlarged from an original typescript so as to cover the entire surface available. The index provided an individual listing for each text included. Under each of some 350 separate citations, the various other texts were designated under one or another of three possible relations to the text cited. These relations were symbolized as “+,” signifying a relationship of compatibility between a given pair of texts; “−,” signifying a relationship of incompatibility; and...

Translation Techniques

Translation Techniques   Reference library

Leonard Greenspoon and Christina Petterson

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Biblical Interpretation

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2014
Subject:
Religion
Length:
11,869 words

...of Jesus, who were themselves Jewish, presumably used Aramaic for their daily transactions. From the evidence of the New Testament, however, it is apparent that many of them drew upon the Septuagint for their knowledge of scripture. Although not all “scriptural” quotations or citations in the New Testament are attested elsewhere in Greek-language manuscripts, a large number of these references do show familiarity with wording and imagery that are distinctive to the LXX vis-à-vis the MT. Thus it was that the Septuagint, in origins a Jewish document, came to be...

Social Work Education

Social Work Education   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Social Work (20 ed.)

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2008

...practice experience before being employed in this capacity. Field directors must provide administrative leadership and devote at least 25% of their time in BSW programs and 50% of their time in MSW programs to their field responsibilities. These are EPAS requirements. If a citation is needed here it would be (EPAS, 14). As increasing numbers of graduate and undergraduate students require employment during their matriculation, they often seek practicum placements in their employing agencies. EPAS recognizes this, and requires BSW and MSW programs to...

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