Re: [jats-list] <named-content> within <institution>?

Subject: Re: [jats-list] <named-content> within <institution>?
From: Debbie Lapeyre <dalapeyre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2014 15:16:11 -0500
> There is a suggestion on the same page for making this distinction:
>     As yet another alternative, the distinction can be made with
> <named-content> elements:
>       <institution content-type="edu">
>         University of Frostbite Falls
>         <named-content content-type="dept">
>           Dept of Campus Security</named-content>
>         <named-content content-type="dept">
>           Dept of Moose and Squirrel Security</named-content>
>         <named-content content-type="office">
>           Office of the Acting Dean</named-content>
>       </institution>
> The problem is that, as far as I can tell, the content model for
> <institution> allows only <sup> and <sub> elements.

In Green (Archiving), the model for <institution> is more
expansive and this example shows legal coding.

In Blue (Publishing) and Pumpkin (Authoring), the model
for institution allows only <sup> and <sub> as you have
said, so this example is incorrect.

There are two ways to resolve this issue:

 - The example with <named-content> can be removed from the
   Blue and Pumpkin Tag Libraries.

 - The elements <named-content> and <styled-content> could
   be added to the model of <institution> in Blue and Pumpkin.

My suggestion is that you make the suggestion for your
preferred solution to the NISO JATS comment form.


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