Template:Cite LSA

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This template creates citations using the Linguistic Society of America (LSA) style for use in articles, especially those related to linguistics. See this style sheet for the LSA's style guidelines for references.

Usage

Most parameters are optional, the only non-optional arguments are last, first, title, year. The template can take an unlimited number of author and editor names.

{{Cite LSA
 | last =
 | first =
 | last2 =
 | first2 =
 | ...
 | year =
 | title =
 | journal =
 | booktitle =
 | seriestitle =
 | volume =
 | edition =
 | editorfirst =
 | editorlast = 
 | editorfirst2 = 
 | editorlast2 = 
 | url =
 | accessdate =
 | ...
 | publisher =
 | place =
 | pages =
}}
  • last: The author's surname or last name.
  • first: The author's first or given name. The LSA guidelines state that the full first name of the author should be given unless they typically go by their initials.
  • title: Title of the article or chapter.
  • booktitle: Title of the book the chapter or article appears in.
  • journal: Name of the journal the article appears in.
  • year: Year of publication.
  • editorlast: Last name of the first editor.
  • editorfirst: First name of the first editor.
  • edition: Edition number of the book being cited.
  • volume: The volume number of the book or journal, if any. The LSA style sheet does not call for the use of issue numbers; for journals with issue numbers but no volume numbers, use |volume= for the issue number.
  • seriestitle: Title of the series the book is in, if any.
  • publisher: Publisher of the book.
  • place: Place of publication.
  • pages: Inclusive page range of cited text. Use an en dash between numerals (–)
  • url: web address
  • accessdate: the date on which the url was last accessed (note the lack of a dash)

Examples

Code Output
{{Cite LSA | last=Hale | first=Kenneth | last2=White Eagle | first2=Josie | year=1980 | title=A preliminary metrical account of Winnebago accent | journal=International Journal of American Linguistics | volume=46 | pages=117–132}} Hale, Kenneth, and Josie White Eagle. 1980. A preliminary metrical account of Winnebago accent. International Journal of American Linguistics 46. 117–132.
{{Cite LSA | last=Yip | first=Moira | year=1991 | chapter=Coronals, consonant clusters, and the coda condition | title=The special status of coronals: Internal and external evidence | editorlast=Paradis | editorfirst=Carole | editorlast2=Prunet | editorfirst2=Jean-Francois | publisher=Academic Press | place=San Diego, CA | pages=61–78}} Yip, Moira. 1991. Coronals, consonant clusters, and the coda condition. The special status of coronals: Internal and external evidence ed. by Carole Paradis, and Jean-Francois Prunet, 61–78. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
{{Cite LSA | last=Rice | first=Keren | year=1989 | title=A grammar of Slave | publisher=Mouton de Gruyter | place=Berlin}} Rice, Keren. 1989. A grammar of Slave. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Template data

Cites sources in the style specified by the Linguistic Society of America

Template parameters

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
Author's first namefirst

The author's first or given name. The LSA guidelines state that the full first name of the author should be given unless they typically go by their initials.

Stringrequired
Author's last namelast

The author's surname or last name.

Stringrequired
Second author's first namefirst2

First name of the second author. Further authors can be added by increasing the number in the parameter.

Stringoptional
Second author's last namelast2

Last name of the second author. Further authors can be added by increasing the number in the parameter.

Unknownoptional
Yearyear

Year the source was published

Numberrequired
Titletitle

Title of the article or chapter.

Stringrequired
Journaljournal

Name of the journal the article appears in.

Stringsuggested
Volumevolume

The volume number of the book or journal, if any.

Numbersuggested
Linkurl

Web address of the source, if any.

URLsuggested
Access dateaccessdate

The date on which the url was last accessed

Auto value
Datesuggested
Book titlebooktitle

Title of the book that a chapter appears in.

Stringoptional
Editor's first nameeditorfirst

First name of the first editor

Stringoptional
Editor's last nameeditorlast

Last name of the first editor

Stringoptional
Second Editor's first nameeditorfirst2

First name of the second editor

Stringoptional
Second editor's last nameeditorlast2

Last name of the second editor.

Unknownoptional
Editionedition

Edition number of the book being cited.

Stringoptional
Publisherpublisher

Who published the source

Stringsuggested
Place of publicationplace

Where the source was published

Stringoptional
Series titleseriestitle

If part of a series, the title of the series.

Stringoptional
Page rangepages

Inclusive page range of cited text. Use an en dash between numerals (–)

Stringoptional

See also