[PLEASE] Ajuda com Estilo ABNT

edited June 15, 2022
Boa tarde, Pessoal!

I need to insert "Disponível em:" and "Acesso em:" in my quotes. I'm using the Associação Brasileira de Normas Técnicas Style (note, Portuguese - Brazil) [https://www.zotero.org/styles/associacao-brasileira-de-normas-tecnicas-note], which in theory would already include these fields whenever the source was cited for the first time.
How can I fix this? Thank you very much in advance!

Preciso inserir o "Disponível em:" e "Acesso em:" nas minhas citações. Estou utilizando o Estilo Associação Brasileira de Normas Técnicas (note, Português - Brasil) [https://www.zotero.org/styles/associacao-brasileira-de-normas-tecnicas-note], que em tese já incluiria esses campos sempre que a fonte fosse citada pela primeira vez.
Como posso resolver? Desde já muito obrigado!
  • Someone knows how i can solve this?
  • You mean every time you cite something? That doesn't seem right -- it's technically possible, I guess, but it's not something I've ever seen as a requirement, including in the ABNT descriptions I've seen. FWIW, you can add this as a prefix in the citation if you want to.
  • Hi Adamsmith! I mean everytime i cite a online source for the first time. As ABNT NBR 6023:2018 states:

    7.7.2 Coleção de publicação periódica em meio eletrônico
    As referências devem obedecer aos padrões indicados para coleção de publicação periódica, de acordo com 7.7.1, acrescidas do DOI (se houver), e de informações relativas à descrição física do meio eletrônico (CD-ROM, online e outros). Ver 6.6.
    EXEMPLO 1 —Elementos essenciais ACTA CIRÚRGICA BRASILEIRA. São Paulo: Sociedade Brasileira para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Cirurgia, 1997- . ISSN 1678-2674 versão online. Disponível em: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_ serial&pid=0102-8650&lng=pt&nrm=iso. Acesso em: 22 ago. 2013. 1
    (ABNT NBR 6023:2018 © ABNT 2018 - Todos os direitos reservados)

    How can i add that prefix you mentioned? Thanks in advance!
  • Oh, OK -- a lot of the available ABNT styles do that already -- see here:

    You may need to check the "Include URL" option in the Cite --> Styles tab of the Zotero preferences.
  • In fact, various styles do that. The problem is that none of them, so far, actually does even with the "inclurde URL" option activated. Curiously, it does include the URL in the bibliography. There's something i can do to fix it?
  • edited July 19, 2022
    Just to be absolutely certain: Are you sure that the requirement is to include the URL in the text body of the manuscript for each citation? I read (or glance through) 30 to 40 Portuguese language articles each week that are published in many professional journals of many distinct professional disciplines (economics, engineering, medicine, social science). I also regularly view doctoral theses. The only times that I see a URL in the text is when it refers to something that is not cited in the reference list.

  • Right, most ABNT versions are author-date, which obviously don't have DOIs or URLs in text, but this is about the Note version of the style.

    This looks like it'd work, though?
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