EU Interinstitutional Style Guide

I would like to use the EU Interinstitutional Style Guide for reports for the Commission. However, it does not seem to correspond to the style request by the EU, as indicated here: https://publications.europa.eu/code/en/en-250904.htm
Using Zotero EU Interinstitutional Style Guide, this is an example of the style I get:
Zimmer, Michael. “Addressing Conceptual Gaps in Big Data Research Ethics: An Application of Contextual Integrity.” Social Media + Society April-June (2018): 1–11.

Anyone knows where does the issue lie? Is it with Zotero system or the description of the style on that EU webpage?

Many thanks for your help.
Best,
Anais
  • edited October 7, 2019
    Hi,

    I assume you are talking about a journal article and the bibliographic entries.

    The guidelines that this style is based on are these. Specifically read the first paragraph: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-opIuO3xlZsYkV4dXVfVm1PYWM/edit

    Guidelines state this:
    Koops, Bert-Jaap, and Ronald Leenes, “‘Code’ and the Slow Erosion of Privacy”,
    Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review, Vol. 12, Issue 1, Fall
    2005, pp. 115-188. http://www.mttlr.org/voltwelve/koops&leenes.pdf

    Test output with style:
    Campbell, John L., and Ove K. Pedersen, “The Varieties of Capitalism and Hybrid Success”, Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 40, No. 3, March 1, 2007, pp. 307–332. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0010414006286542


  • Thanks Damnation. Indeed you are right, the bibliography comes out fine. The issue I have is that the reference style indicated here: https://publications.europa.eu/code/en/en-250904.htm mention: "References are cited in the text using the author’s surname and year of publication, for example (Barrett, 1991), and the bibliography is printed in alphabetical order."
    However, when using this style in Zotero, the only format available is in footnote.

    Who is wrong here? Zotero's format? or what is indicated on the EU webpage?

    With thanks again,
    Anais
  • edited October 7, 2019
    You are not understanding.
    These are two different styles. The one we have on our repository is a footnote style as described in that Word document I linked to.

    The style you are looking for we currently do not have on our platform.
  • Thanks, I understand.
    But then, when I insert a footnote with Zotero EU Interinstitutional Style Guide, I obtain the following text:
    Ravn, Barnwell, and Barbosa Neves, “What Is ‘Publicly Available Data’? Exploring Blurred Public-Private Boundaries and Ethical Practices Through a Case Study on Instagram”.
    I am not able to obtain the whole footnote as you indicated it in your first post.
    Any idea why is it so?

    Many thanks again.
  • Which item type is this?
    I produced a journal article in that example I gave.
  • This is is a journal article as well. The whole reference (as it appears when I request the bibliography) is the following:

    Ravn, Signe, Ashley Barnwell, and Barbara Barbosa Neves, “What Is ‘Publicly Available Data’? Exploring Blurred Public-Private Boundaries and Ethical Practices Through a Case Study on Instagram”, Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 2019, pp. 1–6.

    (with the title of the journal italicised).
  • Ah. The footnote just has a shortened format of author and title, that is by intent.

    To make your life easier I have created the author-date version of this style.
    You can download by rightclicking and saving as on this link: https://github.com/citation-style-language/styles/raw/2ede5b7c6cf63c44446b33e23391a71c8240157f/europa-interinstitutional-style-guide.csl

  • Thanks a lot for developing this. I'm discussing with my team to see how we could implement this style throughout the whole group.
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