Referencing: Author: Contribution/Chapter in a Book

FAMILY/SURNAME, Initials. (Year of publication – in brackets) Title of chapter/contribution. In: Author or Editor of Publication – Surname, Initials with (ed.) or (eds.) – in brackets, if relevant. Book Title – in italics. Series title and volume – if available. Edition – if not the first. Place of Publication: Publisher.

Bibliography example:
MARSHALL, W. A. (1975) The Child as a Mirror of his Brain’s Development. In: Sants, J & Butcher, H. J. (eds). Development Psychology. Aylesbury, Bucks: Hazell Watson & Viney Ltd.

In-text citation example:
If you refer to an author who has contributed/produced a chapter in an edited book you will need to cite their name in the body of your work.

The Bibliography must contain details of both the author providing the contribution and the author/editor(s) of the book (see above bibliography example for format).

(Marshall, 1975)

As noted by Marshall (1975)…

‘Direct quotations are placed in single quotations marks’ (Author’s Surname, Year of Publication, p. – followed by page number – in brackets)

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