eBook Berkshire Manual Of Style For International Publishing: Health Tips About Managing Diabetes And Preventing Related Complications: Including Facts About Insulin, Glucose Control, Healthy Eating, Physical Activity, And Learning To Live With Diabetes, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1614729948
  • ISBN-13: 9781614729945
  • DDC: 808.027
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
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  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released October 2011
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Overview

These guidelines, drawn from the style manuals of a US encyclopedia and reference book publisher, are geared to editors and authors involved in publishing global perspectives on cutting-edge topics, to companies interested in internationalizing their publications, and to anyone concerned with how the printed word conveys perceptions, values, and visions.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
About the Editors.
1: Copyeditor's Manual.
2: Overview.
3: Getting to Know Us.
4: What We Expect from Copyeditors.
5: Ten Almightinesses.
6: Less Is More.
7: Active versus Passive Voice—and a Word about Tone.
8: Authorial Voice and First-Person Pronouns.
9: Gender-Neutral Language, Pronouns, and a Word about God.
10: Editing International Authors.
11: The Serial Comma, Oxford University Press, and Twitter.
12: P-A-U-S-E: Marvin Mudrick on Punctuation.
13: However, Exceptions to the Rules, and Pet Peeves.
14: Keeping Our Publications Global and Timely.
15: Plagiarism and Originality.
16: Getting Started.
17: Content Essentials.
18: “No-Nos”.
19: Basic Copyediting Responsibilities.
20: Detailed Guidelines.
21: Style and Reference Authorities.
22: Handling the Reviewing Editor's Comments.
23: Queries.
24: Fact Checking.
25: Organization of Article.
26: Tables and Figures.
27: Footnotes/Endnotes.
28: Identifying Experts in Text.
29: In-Text Quotations / Citations.
30: Contributor's Name/Affiliation.
31: Cross-Reference Line (See Also).
32: Special Rules for Biographical Entries.
33: Special Rules for Geographical Entries.
34: Special Rules for China-Related Projects.
35: A Word about Spoken Chinese.
36: Word Radicals, Characters, and Transliterations.
37: Formatting Chinese Characters and Transliterations.
38: Further Reading (Bibliography).
39: General Guidelines.
40: Further Reading Examples.
41: CMS 16 Keyed to Berkshire Style.
42: Word Usage Particulars (CMS Chapter 5).
43: Punctuation (CMS Chapter 6).
44: Distinctive Treatment of Words and Compounds (CMS Chapter 7).
45: Names and Terms (CMS Chapter 8).
46: Numbers (CMS Chapter 9).
47: Berkshire Publishing Article Template.
48: Author and Reviewer Guidelines.
49: Author Guidelines.
50: Points to Consider.
51: Article Submission, Editor Review, and Copyediting.
52: Organizing Your Article.
53: Plagiarism and Citing Sources.
54: Article Supplements.
55: Dates, Money, and Measurements.
56: Gender-Neutral Language.
57: Scientific and Common Names.
58: Headers and Footers.
59: Reference Fields.
60: Further Reading Section Guidelines.
61: Authors and Co-authors Bylines, Affiliations, and Bios.
62: For Authors Whose First Language Is Not English.
63: What Western Publishers Expect.
64: Submitting to Journals.
65: Five Basic Requirements for Berkshire Encyclopedias.
66: Other Components and Considerations.
67: Plagiarism, Originality, and Citing the Work of Others.
68: Political Sensitivity.
69: Citation Requirements and Warnings.
70: Source Requirements.
71: Additional Help.
72: Reviewer Guidelines.
73: Overview.
74: Commenting in the Text.
75: Ten Questions Berkshire Most Frequently Receives from Authors.
76: Deadlines.
77: Print or Online.
78: Redistribution of Articles.
79: Target Audience.
80: Submission Options.
81: Reviewing Process.
82: Revisions.
83: Editing Support.
84: Visual Aids and Supplements.
85: Scholarly Indexes.
86: Berkshire Publishing Group In-House Style Guidelines.
87: Overview.
88: Business Correspondence: Email and Snail Mail.
89: Berkshire's Name / Berkshire's Titles.
90: Salutations and Complimentary Closings.
91: “Greeting Sentences” and Personal Messages.
92: Composing Text.
93: Less Is More: Make the Message Clear.
94: Active versus Passive Voice, and a Word about Tone.
95: From Marvin Mudrick: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Punctuation.
96: The Serial Comma, Oxford University Press, and Twitter.
97: Compound Words and Hyphenation.
98: Hyphens, En Dashes, and Em Dashes.
99: Numbers, Percentages, and Money.
100: Latin Abbreviations.
101: Try a Copyediting Exercise.
102: Grammar, Syntax, and Usage, plus a Few Pet Peeves.
103: Contractions.
104: Words Worth Distinguishing.
105: Prepositions and Pronouns: Usages to Allow and Avoid.
106: Agreement, Agreement, Agreement.
107: Berkshire's Pet Peeves.
108: Berkshire Publishing Group General Authority List.
109: Dynasties, Empires, Eras, and Kingdoms.
110: China.
111: Japan.
112: Korea.
113: Central and West Asia.
114: India and South Asia.
115: Vietnam.
116: Tone Marks / Diacritics.
117: Alphabetical Listing of Preferred Spellings and Formats.
118: Internationalizing a Publication.
119: Internationalizing Personal Names.
120: Seeking Expert Help.
121: Author and Editor Names in a Database.
122: Formats for Dates: ISO and W3C.
123: Practical Concerns.
124: Publishing the Work of International Authors.
125: Peer Reviews.
126: Page Layout and Margins.
127: Paper versus Online Publishing.
Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
About the Editors.
1: Copyeditor's Manual.
2: Overview.
3: Getting to Know Us.
4: What We Expect from Copyeditors.
5: Ten Almightinesses.
6: Less Is More.
7: Active versus Passive Voice—and a Word about Tone.
8: Authorial Voice and First-Person Pronouns.
9: Gender-Neutral Language, Pronouns, and a Word about God.
10: Editing International Authors.
11: The Serial Comma, Oxford University Press, and Twitter.
12: P-A-U-S-E: Marvin Mudrick on Punctuation.
13: However, Exceptions to the Rules, and Pet Peeves.
14: Keeping Our Publications Global and Timely.
15: Plagiarism and Originality.
16: Getting Started.
17: Content Essentials.
18: “No-Nos”.
19: Basic Copyediting Responsibilities.
20: Detailed Guidelines.
21: Style and Reference Authorities.
22: Handling the Reviewing Editor's Comments.
23: Queries.
24: Fact Checking.
25: Organization of Article.
26: Tables and Figures.
27: Footnotes/Endnotes.
28: Identifying Experts in Text.
29: In-Text Quotations / Citations.
30: Contributor's Name/Affiliation.
31: Cross-Reference Line (See Also).
32: Special Rules for Biographical Entries.
33: Special Rules for Geographical Entries.
34: Special Rules for China-Related Projects.
35: A Word about Spoken Chinese.
36: Word Radicals, Characters, and Transliterations.
37: Formatting Chinese Characters and Transliterations.
38: Further Reading (Bibliography).
39: General Guidelines.
40: Further Reading Examples.
41: CMS 16 Keyed to Berkshire Style.
42: Word Usage Particulars (CMS Chapter 5).
43: Punctuation (CMS Chapter 6).
44: Distinctive Treatment of Words and Compounds (CMS Chapter 7).
45: Names and Terms (CMS Chapter 8).
46: Numbers (CMS Chapter 9).
47: Berkshire Publishing Article Template.
48: Author and Reviewer Guidelines.
49: Author Guidelines.
50: Points to Consider.
51: Article Submission, Editor Review, and Copyediting.
52: Organizing Your Article.
53: Plagiarism and Citing Sources.
54: Article Supplements.
55: Dates, Money, and Measurements.
56: Gender-Neutral Language.
57: Scientific and Common Names.
58: Headers and Footers.
59: Reference Fields.
60: Further Reading Section Guidelines.
61: Authors and Co-authors Bylines, Affiliations, and Bios.
62: For Authors Whose First Language Is Not English.
63: What Western Publishers Expect.
64: Submitting to Journals.
65: Five Basic Requirements for Berkshire Encyclopedias.
66: Other Components and Considerations.
67: Plagiarism, Originality, and Citing the Work of Others.
68: Political Sensitivity.
69: Citation Requirements and Warnings.
70: Source Requirements.
71: Additional Help.
72: Reviewer Guidelines.
73: Overview.
74: Commenting in the Text.
75: Ten Questions Berkshire Most Frequently Receives from Authors.
76: Deadlines.
77: Print or Online.
78: Redistribution of Articles.
79: Target Audience.
80: Submission Options.
81: Reviewing Process.
82: Revisions.
83: Editing Support.
84: Visual Aids and Supplements.
85: Scholarly Indexes.
86: Berkshire Publishing Group In-House Style Guidelines.
87: Overview.
88: Business Correspondence: Email and Snail Mail.
89: Berkshire's Name / Berkshire's Titles.
90: Salutations and Complimentary Closings.
91: “Greeting Sentences” and Personal Messages.
92: Composing Text.
93: Less Is More: Make the Message Clear.
94: Active versus Passive Voice, and a Word about Tone.
95: From Marvin Mudrick: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Punctuation.
96: The Serial Comma, Oxford University Press, and Twitter.
97: Compound Words and Hyphenation.
98: Hyphens, En Dashes, and Em Dashes.
99: Numbers, Percentages, and Money.
100: Latin Abbreviations.
101: Try a Copyediting Exercise.
102: Grammar, Syntax, and Usage, plus a Few Pet Peeves.
103: Contractions.
104: Words Worth Distinguishing.
105: Prepositions and Pronouns: Usages to Allow and Avoid.
106: Agreement, Agreement, Agreement.
107: Berkshire's Pet Peeves.
108: Berkshire Publishing Group General Authority List.
109: Dynasties, Empires, Eras, and Kingdoms.
110: China.
111: Japan.
112: Korea.
113: Central and West Asia.
114: India and South Asia.
115: Vietnam.
116: Tone Marks / Diacritics.
117: Alphabetical Listing of Preferred Spellings and Formats.
118: Internationalizing a Publication.
119: Internationalizing Personal Names.
120: Seeking Expert Help.
121: Author and Editor Names in a Database.
122: Formats for Dates: ISO and W3C.
123: Practical Concerns.
124: Publishing the Work of International Authors.
125: Peer Reviews.
126: Page Layout and Margins.
127: Paper versus Online Publishing.
Index.