Style Request: TATuP

We would like to ask for a Zotero style for the open access journal “TATuP – Zeitschrift für Technikfolgenabschätzung in Theorie und Praxis” (Journal on Technology Assessment in Theory and Practice). If at all possible, we would like to request a style in German and one in English. Would it be possible to create two styles named “TATuP (deutsch)” and “TATuP (English)”? In the following we hope to provide the necessary details. Please let us know if anything is missing. We appreciate your help.

Journal ISSN: 1619-7623 (Print), 2199-9201 (Online)

Style documentation (German and English):
http://www.tatup.de/downloads/TATuP_Zitationsstil_citation_style.pdf

Example articles:
German: http://www.tatup.de/index.php/tatup/article/view/221/312
English: http://www.tatup.de/index.php/tatup/article/view/218/306

We found that the style “Hochschule München, Fakultät für angewandte Sozialwissenschaften” is similar to the style we are looking for, although there are slight differences.

In-text citation (English):
(Campbell and Pedersen 2007)
(Mares 2001)

Bibliography (English):
Campbell, John; Pedersen, Ove (2007): The varieties of capitalism and hybrid success. In: Comparative Political Studies 40 (3), pp. 307–332. DOI: 10.1177/0010414006286542.

Mares, Isabela (2001): Firms and the welfare state. When, why, and how does social policy matter to employers? In: Peter Hall and David Soskice (eds.): Varieties of capitalism. The institutional foundations of comparative advantage. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 184–213.

In-text citation (German):
(Campbell und Pedersen 2007)
(Mares 2001)

Bibliography (German):
Campbell, John; Pedersen, Ove (2007): The varieties of capitalism and hybrid success. In: Comparative Political Studies 40 (3), S. 307–332. DOI: 10.1177/0010414006286542.

Mares, Isabela (2001): Firms and the welfare state. When, why, and how does social policy matter to employers? In: Peter Hall und David Soskice (Hg.): Varieties of capitalism. The institutional foundations of comparative advantage. New York: Oxford University Press, S. 184–213.
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