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Format for in-text citation
In-text citation example
…has been argued (Gould 1984)...
Gould (1984) argues that…
Gould (1984, 308) states that…
Format for reference list
Elements, punctuation & capitalisation
Author Surname, First name. Year of publication. "Title of Chapter." In Title, edited by First name, Surname, page numbers. Place of publication: Publisher.
Reference list example
Gould, Glenn. 1984. "Streisand as Schwarzkopf." In The Glenn Gould Reader, edited by Tim Page, 308-11. New York: Vintage.
Style notes for this reference type
- See Manual 15.9
- Include the author's surname only in in-text citations.
- For in-text citations, when citing a particular passage, include the page number/s in the in-text citation. Do not use 'p' or 'pp' before the page numbers. Place a comma between the year and page number/s. Refer to section headings in lieu of page numbers for chapters from online books.
- For the reference list, invert the name of the author, but not the editor.
- In the reference list, the title of the chapter is given in quotation marks, and the title of the book in italics.
- Editor's names should be followed with the abbreviation ed. (or eds.).
- Give the inclusive page range of the chapter in the reference list.
- For chapters from online books, include the DOI (or URL) as the last part of the citation.
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