Volume Issue Grouping
A grouping element to hold related volume and issue elements
In most journals, there is a single volume number and a single issue number. This element handles the rare cases where an article has been published as part of more than one volume/issue pair. This element keeps related volume and issue information together, and is allowed to repeat to describe multiple volumes.
<!ELEMENT volume-issue-group %volume-issue-group-model; >
Expanded Content Model
(volume*, volume-id*, volume-series?, issue*, issue-id*, issue-title*, issue-sponsor*, issue-part?)
The following, in order:
- <volume> Volume Number, zero or more
- <volume-id> Volume Identifier, zero or more
- <volume-series> Volume Series, zero or one
- <issue> Issue Number, zero or more
- <issue-id> Issue Identifier, zero or more
- <issue-title> Issue Title, zero or more
- <issue-sponsor> Issue Sponsor, zero or more
- <issue-part> Issue Part, zero or one
As part of article metadata for a journal with both a regular publication volume number and a second volume number (differentiated by a @content-type attribute) identifying the volume from the beginning of the publication of a series or other parallel numbering scheme:
... <front> <journal-meta>... <journal-title-group> <journal-title>The Hospital</journal-title> <journal-subtitle>A Journal of The Medical Sciences and Hospital Administration</journal-subtitle> </journal-title-group>... </journal-meta> <article-meta> <title-group>...</title-group> <pub-date iso-8601-date="1907-04-06"> <day>6</day><month>April</month><year>1907</year> </pub-date> <volume-issue-group content-type="new-series"> <volume>1</volume> <issue>1</issue> </volume-issue-group> <volume-issue-group content-type="publication"> <volume>XLII</volume> <issue>1073</issue> </volume-issue-group> ...</article-meta> </front> ...
As part of article metadata for a journal publishing two consecutive volumes as a single publication:
... <article-meta> <article-id pub-id-type="doi">10.2307/40784090</article-id> <title-group> <article-title>They Were Hard to Kill, Those Places</article-title> </title-group> <contrib-group>...</contrib-group> <pub-date iso-8601-date="2006"> <season>Spring</season><year>2006</year> </pub-date> <volume>51/52</volume> <volume-issue-group> <volume>51</volume> <issue>4</issue> </volume-issue-group> <volume-issue-group> <volume>52</volume> <issue>1</issue> </volume-issue-group> <fpage>156</fpage> <self-uri xlink:href="https://www.jstor.org/stable/40784090"> http://www.jstor.org/stable/40784090</self-uri> </article-meta> ...