04-19-2019 06:32 AM
I am using an edited book which has multiple chapters written by different authors. In the footnotes, I want to cite them as "book sections" but I dont want each section in the bibliography at the end, I just want the whole book.
How can I do this with EndNote?
I have tried just citing the whole book and then adding the data in the "prefix" section of "Edit & manage citations", but this is time consuming and when I do this, EndNote always populates the full citation for secondary citings which is a bit unnecessary.
By this I mean when referring to the chapter the second time I would normally just write "Smith, 'How to write', 33." Rather than "Smith, 'How to write', in Jane Doe Writing and Other Skills, 33."
So I feel that entering my chapters as "book sections" in EndNote is the best solution, but I dont want them all separate in the bibliography. Is there a way to override the automatic bibliography?
Hope this question is clear.
04-19-2019 11:46 AM
Not to my knowledge.
But for my 2 cent opinion,
If I were looking for a citation, which is listed by the chapter author in the footnote, I am not sure I would ever look in the bibliography itself under the book editor, so I wouldn't think that option would be a good one to impliment, especially when cited a second time?