도움말:위키 문법으로 출처 밝히기/4: 두 판 사이의 차이

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위키백과의 문서는 정보를 뒷받침하기 위한 '''신뢰할 수 있는 출처'''가 필요합니다. 지금까지는 '어떻게' 출처를 추가하는지 알아보았습니다. 그렇다면, '어떤' 출처가 좋은 출처일까요?
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Manually adding references can be a slow and tricky process. Fortunately, there is a tool called "[[Wikipedia:RefToolbar|RefToolbar]]" built into the Wikipedia edit window, which makes it much easier.
 
 
위키백과에서 '출처'라는 단어는 첫째, 출처 자체(예를 들어, 문서, 기사, 논문, 책), 둘째, 출처를 작성한 사람(예를 들어, 작가), 셋째, 출처를 발행한 출판사(예를 들어, 케임브리지 대학교 출판부) 이렇게 세 가지를 의미합니다. 이 세 가지 모두 출처의 신뢰성에 영향을 줍니다.
To use it, simply click on {{menu icon|Cite|left}} at the top of the edit window, having already positioned your cursor after the sentence or fact you wish to reference. Then select one of the 'Templates' from the dropdown menu that best suits the type of source. These are:
 
 
As a general rule, more reliable sources have more people engaged in checking facts, analyzing legal issues, and scrutinizing the writing in a publication. [[WP:SCHOLARSHIP|Academic and peer-reviewed publications]] are usually the most reliable sources. Other reliable sources include university textbooks, books published by respected publishing houses, magazines, journals, and [[WP:NEWSORG|mainstream newspapers]]. (<small>Be aware that some news organisations and magazines, such as CNN's [[iReport]], host "blogs" and user-written articles on their websites. These may be reliable if they are written by the publisher's professional writers, but posts by readers are not usually considered reliable sources.</small>)
* {{tlx|cite web}} for references to general websites
* {{tlx|cite news}} for newspapers and news websites
* {{tlx|cite book}} for references to books
* {{tlx|cite journal}} for magazines, academic journals, and papers
 
 
'''[[Wikipedia:Self-published sources|Self-published media]]''', where the author and publisher are the same, including newsletters, personal websites, books, patents, open wikis, personal or group blogs, and tweets, are usually '''not''' acceptable as sources. The general exception is where the author is an established expert with a previous record of third-party publications on a topic; in this case, their self-published work ''may'' be considered reliable for that topic (but not other topics). Even then, third-party publications are still preferable.
A template window then pops up, where you fill in as much information as possible about the source, and give a unique name for it in the "Ref name" field. Click the "Insert" button, which will add the required wikitext in the edit window. If you wish, you can also "Preview" how your reference will look first.
 
 
Whether a source is usable also depends on context. Sources that are reliable for some material are not reliable for other material. You should always try to find the best possible source for the information you have. For information about '''[[Wikipedia:BLP|living people]]''', only the most reliable sources should be used. On the other hand, self-published sources written by articles' subjects can ''sometimes'' be used as sources of information about themselves.
Some fields (such as a web address, also known as a URL) will have a [[File:System-search.svg|20px|link=]] icon next to them. After filling in this field, you can click it to handily autofill the remaining fields. It doesn't always work properly, though, so be sure to double check it.
 
 
These are general guidelines, but the topic of reliable sources is a complicated one, and is impossible to fully cover here. You can find more information at [[Wikipedia:Verifiability]] and at [[Wikipedia:Reliable sources]]. There is also a [[Wikipedia:Reliable sources/Perennial sources|list of commonly used sources]] with information on their reliability.
Often, you will want to use the same source more than once in an article to support multiple facts. In this case, you can click {{menu icon|Named references{{nbsp|2}}[[File:Nuvola clipboard lined.svg|20px|link=]]|non}} in the toolbar, and select a previously added source to re-use.
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