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-<​html><​p id="​zotero-5-update-warning"​ style="​color:​ red; font-weight:​ bold">​We’re +=== How do you cite secondary source ​in Zotero? ===
-in the process of updating the documentation for +
-<a href="​https://​www.zotero.org/​blog/​zotero-5-0">​Zotero 5.0</a>. Some documentation +
-may be outdated ​in the meantime. Thanks for your understanding.</​p></​html>​+
  
 +Sometimes, one may wish to cite a secondary source. For example,
 +  - British Foreign Office, FO371, FO Minute, 30 March 1943, A3068/4/2. Vol 22507, quoted in Bryce Wood, Dismantling the Good Neighbor Policy, (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1985), 18
 +  - (Johnson, 1982, as cited in Smith, 2004)
  
-=== How do you cite a secondary ​source in Zotero? ===+In such cases, one should ​cite the source ​that was actually consulted for the citation (in the above examples, Wood [1985] and Smith [2004]). Enter the remaining content in the [[/​support/​word_processor_plugin_usage#​customizing_cites|prefix field]] of the Zotero ​work processor plugin. For example, 
 +  - British Foreign Office, FO371, FO Minute, 30 March 1943, A3068/4/2. Vol 22507, quoted in  
 +  - Johnson, 1982, as cited in 
  
-See https://​forums.zotero.org/​discussion/​42244/​secondary-citation-in-turabian/​+This way, the original sources that were not consulted don't appear in the bibliography,​ which is generally regarded as good practice.
  
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