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Is it an Article, a Book, or a Chapter in a Book? Identifying Citations: Chapter: APA, MLA, & Chicago Side-by-Side

No matter what style manual you are following (APA, MLA, etc.), you will need to learn how to recognize the three basic types of citations. #citations #bibliography #article #book #chapter

 

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A Chapter Citation as it Appears in the OneSearch Database

The examples below do not include any special formatting such as line spacing or indentation.

APA 7TH EDITION: REFERENCE LIST

Yokel, R. (2013). Aluminum. In Caballero, B. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Human Nutrition (Vol. 1, pp. 57–63). Elsevier/Academic Press.

 

NOTE: The editor, publisher, and DOI (if available) are found by clicking on the title of the book then scrolling down on the next screen.

MLA 8TH EDITION: WORKS CITED

Yokel, Ra. “Aluminum.” Encyclopedia of Human Nutrition, edited by Benjamin Caballero, Elsevier/Academic Press,  Vol. 1, 2013, pp. 57–63.

Chicago 16TH EDITION: BIBLIOGRAPHY

Yokel, Ra. "Aluminum." In Encyclopedia of Human Nutrition, edited by Benjamin Caballero, 57-63. Oxford: Elsevier/Academic Press, 2013.

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