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Updates for APA Style (Spanish and French localisation)

We have improved our Spanish and French localisation for APA Style (7th ed./6th ed.) and have upgraded the bibliography menu options.

Updated Spanish and French localisation for APA StyleSpanish language

  • The localisation has been split and improved for the 7th and 6th editions of the APA Style Manual in accordance with the official Spanish translation of the appropriate editions (Manual de Publicaciones de la American Psychological Association: 4th and 3rd editions respectively).
  • An option has been added to the bibliography menu for choosing the type of separator between the names of authors in a bibliographic reference: either the ampersand sign ‘&’ or the conjunction ‘y’. The 4th official Spanish-language edition of APA Manual (identical to the 7th original English-language edition) requires using the ampersand sign ‘&’, however the recommendations of many universities and scholarly journals still insist on using the conjunction ‘y’. Now, our customers can choose on their own: by default, the bibliography menu has the ampersand symbol ‘&’ selected, but you can change this option to the conjunction ‘y’. Once you change the separator, we will take into account all the appropriate changes to the punctuation automatically. E.g.:
    • With the ampersand sign ‘&’: Martinez Flores, Z., Quispe, J. L., & Colque Aquino, G. (2022). <…>.
    • With the conjunction ‘y’: Martinez Flores, Z., Quispe, J. L. y Colque Aquino, G. (2022). <…>.

Changing separator for Spanish language in bibliography menuFrench language

  • An option has been added to the bibliography menu for choosing the type of separator between the names of authors in a bibliographic reference: either the ampersand sign ‘&’ or the conjunction ‘et’. Different French-language recommendations feature either of the two options. By default, we are using the ampersand sign, but with the bibliography menu options, you can change it to the conjunction ‘et’. Once you change the separator, we will take into account all the appropriate changes to the punctuation automatically. E.g.:
    • With the ampersand sign ‘&’: Cartier, R., Martineau, R., & Couturier, A. (2001). <…>.
    • With the conjunction ‘et’: Cartier, R., Martineau, R. et Couturier, A. (2001). <…>.

Changing separator for French language in bibliography menu

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