Section 22

22.1       Fundamentals
22.2       Bibliography Format
22.3       Annotated Bibliographies

22.1    Fundamentals

Bibliographies may appear at the ends of chapters, books, articles, etc. Print bibliographies vary in appearance, but are treated consistently in braille.

22.2    Bibliography Format

List each bibliography entry using 1-3 margins. See Formats, §22.3 to learn how to format annotated bibliographies.

Example 22-1: Bibliography

Two entries of a bibliography

,leib]1 ;,m4 ;,j41 & ,jamieson1 ;,k4
⠀⠀;,m4 #aiie4 ,race & ,deci.n mak+ )9
⠀⠀juv5ile ju/ice3 ,! import.e ( 3text4
⠀⠀.7,j\rnal ( ,quantitative
⠀⠀,crim9ology.' #aa"<#d">#cfc-#chh4
,p\"p1 ;,l4 #aiie4 ,! ov]repres5ta;n (
⠀⠀m9or;y y\?s 9 ! ,cali=nia juv5ile
⠀⠀ju/ice adm9i/ra;n3 ,racial 4p>ities 9
⠀⠀an urban juv5ile c\rt4 ,9 .7,m9orities
⠀⠀9 ,juv5ile ,ju/ice.' $it$ by ;,k4 ;,k4
⠀⠀,leon>d1 ;,c4 ;,e4 ,pope1 & ;,w4
⠀⠀,fey]h]m4 ,?\s& ,oaks1 ,,ca3 ,sage
Follow print for punctuation and font attributes.
If two or more works by the same author are listed, a long print dash frequently is substituted for the author's name. Use the long dash, spaced as shown in print, to reflect this type of print dash accurately. Follow print if other symbols are used.

Example 22-2: Bibliography with Long Dash

Two entries of a bibliography; the second entry begins with a long (3-em) dash

,johns1 ,evan4 #aife4 ,an ,9du/rial
⠀⠀,hi/ory ( ,ont>io4 ,toronto3
⠀⠀,fieldh\se ,press4
",-4 #aiga4 ,canada's ,railroads4
⠀⠀,toronto3 ,fieldh\se ,press4

Example 22-3: Bibliography with Three-Hyphen Dash

Three entries of a bibliography; the third entry begins with three hyphens

,puzo1 ,m>io4 .7,! ,family3 ,a ,novel4.'
⠀⠀,complet$ by ,c>ol ,g9o4 ,new ,york3
⠀⠀,h>p]1 #bjja4
,r[l+1 ;,j4 ;,k4 .7,h>ry ,pott] & !
⠀⠀,*amb] ( ,secrets4.' ,new ,york3
⠀⠀,s*ola/ic1 #aiii4
---4 .7,h>ry ,pott] & ! ,prison] (
⠀⠀,azkaban4.' ,?orndike1 ,,me3
⠀⠀,?orndike1 #bjjj4
Transcribe bibliographies that are entirely in a foreign language in uncontracted braille using the appropriate foreign alphabet symbols.

22.3    Annotated Bibliographies

Annotated bibliographies have descriptive information as well as bibliographic information. List the bibliographic information using 1-5 margins and the descriptive information using 3-5 margins.
Use margins of 1-5, 3-5 for mixed bibliographies that include both annotated and unannotated entries.

Example 22-4: Annotated Bibliography

Two entries of a bibliography; the first entry includes a paragraph (annotation) of additional information

,l',5gle1 ,madele9e "<#aigc">4 .7,a
⠀⠀⠀⠀,wr9kle 9 ,"t4.' ,new ,york3 ,bantam
⠀⠀⠀⠀,d\ble"d ,dell ,books = ,"y ,r1d]s4
⠀⠀,? ,newb]y ,m$al w9n] is a mixture (
⠀⠀⠀⠀sci;e fic;n & my/icism4 ,two *n & a
⠀⠀⠀⠀fr m/ rescue _! "f f ! fif? dim5.n4
",-4 .7,! ,small ,ra9.' "<#aide">4 ,new
⠀⠀⠀⠀,york3 ,f>r> ,/raus ,gir\x4