I use an output style that requires the names of journal articles and book sections to be enclosed in quotations marks in footnotes - e.g.,
Mark Day and Gregory Radick, “Historiographic Evidence and Confirmation,” in A Companion to the Philosophy of History and Historiography, ed. Aviezer Tucker (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).
I have a problem when I make a reference to such an entry under the following circumstances:
there are no page numbers included in the reference (i.e., the reference is to the article as a whole)
another source follows the reference in the same footnote.
The problem is that endnote inserts a period where it should not. E.g.:
Day and Radick, “Historiographic Evidence and Confirmation.”; Tucker, Our Knowledge of the Past, 139.
[^ PERIOD after the word “Confirmation”; this INCORRECT]
Day and Radick, “Historiographic Evidence and Confirmation”; Tucker, Our Knowledge of the Past, 139.
[^ NO period after “Confirmation”; this is CORRECT]
I *only* have this problem when a title is enclosed in quotation marks. E.g., for reference types Book Section or Journal Article. (maybe others too but these are the main 2 that I use with this format).
I have tried every setting I could think of to not display the period in such a case and I am at a loss. The output style and a screenshot of a Word doc are attached. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks in advance.
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