<series> Series

Series information about a journal or book in a bibliographic reference or product.


The <series> element is used in elements that include citation information (<element-citation>, <mixed-citation>, <related-article>, <related-object>, <product>) to identify publications that are part of a published series. For example, a publisher may issue a “Nursing References Series” that includes a book on the history of nursing, one on current nursing practices, one on nursing education, and another containing nurses’ professional experiences. The <series> element is used to capture that “Nursing Reference Series” information.

Base Attributes

Models and Context
May be contained in
Content Model
<!ELEMENT  series       (#PCDATA %series-elements;)*                 >
Expanded Content Model

(#PCDATA | bold | fixed-case | italic | monospace | overline | roman | sans-serif | sc | strike | underline | ruby | sub | sup)*

Tagged Sample

In citations

Mixed citation
 <mixed-citation publication-type="book" publication-format="print">
  <given-names>M</given-names></string-name>, compilers.
  <source>A bibliography of recent works on home
  health care</source>. <publisher-loc>Lewiston
  (NY)</publisher-loc>: <publisher-name>Edwin
  Mellen Press</publisher-name>;
  &copy;<date-in-citation content-type="copyright-year"
  <size units="pages">184 p</size>. (<series>Studies
  in health and human services; vol. 37</series>).
Element citation
 <element-citation publication-type="book" publication-format="print">
  <person-group person-group-type="compiler">
  <source>A bibliography of recent works on
   home health care</source>
  <publisher-loc>Lewiston (NY)</publisher-loc>
  <publisher-name>Edwin Mellen Press</publisher-name>
  <date-in-citation content-type="copyright-year"
  <size units="pages">184 p</size>
  <series>Studies in health and human services; 
   vol. 37</series>