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Referencing Chapters In Bibliography

Citing a book chapter in print

Structure:

Author, F. M. (Year of publication). Title of chapter. In F. M. Editor (Ed.), Title of Book (pp. xx-xx). Publisher City, State: Publisher.


Example:

Shuhua, L. (2007). The Night of Midautumn Festival. In J. S. M. Lau & H. Goldblatt (Eds.), The Columbia Anthology of Modern Chinese Literature (pp. 95-102). New York, NY: Columbia University Press.


Citing a book found online

Structure:

Author, F.M. (Year of Publication). Title of Chapter. In F. M. (Editor (Ed.), Title of Book [E-reader version, if used] (pp. xx-xx). doi:xxxxx or Retrieved from URL

Example:

Hettinger, N. (2012) Nature Restoration as a Paradigm for the Human Relationship with Nature. In A. Thompson & J. Bendik-Keymer (Eds.), Ethical Adaptation to Climate Change: Human Virtues of the Future (pp. 27-46). Retrieved from http://goog.gl/3v7lbn

 


Chapter – A section of a book that is generally numbered or titled.


 

Cite a chapter in print

Structure:

Last, First M. “Section Title.” Book/Anthology. Ed. First M. Last. City: Publisher, Year Published. Page(s). Print.

 

Example:

Serviss, Garrett P. “A Trip of Terror.” A Columbus of Space. New York: Appleton, 1911. 17-32. Print.


Cite a chapter of a book that was found online

Structure:

Last, First M. “Section Title.” Book/Anthology. Ed. First M. Last. City: Publisher, Year Published. Page(s). Website Title. Web. Date Month Year Accessed.


Note: Additional publication information can be found on the title page of the e-book.

Date accessed: The date that you accessed and read the content.

Note: When citing sources reproduced online from their print versions, it is not necessary to include online information such as the website publisher or the date of electronic publication.

Example:

Serviss, Garrett P. “A Trip of Terror.” A Columbus of Space. New York: Appleton, 1911. 17-32. Google Books. Web. 16 Mar. 2013.