A guide to the reference styles used at the University of St Andrews
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- Referencing something mentioned in another source (Secondary Referencing)
What you need to include and the format of a chapter reference
Chapter references should include details of the chapter and the book it is published in:
- Author(s) or Editor(s) of the chapter - see the author rules tab for details on how to manage multiple authors, etc.
- Year of publication.
- Chapter title. (not italicised)
- In Title of the book (italicised)
- (ed) or (eds) Initial(s). Surname,
- Page range of the chapter.
- Place of Publication:
You may also include the following if required:
- Details of translators (given after the title in parenthesis with the abbreviation "trans." preceeding the translators name. Translators names are given as Initial(s). Surname.
- Original publication date - where the version you have used is reprint/republication of an edition - where this is the case the date publication for the edition you are using appears, with the original date following in square brackets.
(NB: the fields below in red are optional fields)
- For multiple authors separate the second and subsequent authors with a comma, with the exception of the penulitmate and final authors who are separated by an ampersand (&).
- Year is followed by a full-stop/period
- Where you need to add an original publication date, add it after the publication date of the source you used, in square brackets before the full-stop/period.
- The chapter title is given in full, is not italicised, and is followed by a full-stop/period.
- Title of the book follows the chapter title and is always italicised and is followed (ed) or (eds) Initial(s). Surname and followed by a full-stop/period.
- If the work has a translator add "trans. Initial(s). Surname" in parenthesis after the editor(s) and before the full-stop/period.
- Place is followed with a colon;
- Publisher is followed by a full-stop/period.
Where a reference is longer than a single line, the second and subsequent lines should use a hanging indentation.
(Hildegard & Hugh-Jones 2014: 82)
Reference list entry:
HILDEGARD, D. & S. HUGH-JONES 2014. Sacred books in a digital age. In Subversion, conversion, development: cross-cultural knowledge exchange and the politics of design (eds) J. Leach & L. Wilson, 79-104. Cambridge: MIT Press.
- Subversion, conversion, development: cross-cultural knowledge exchange and the politics of design.ISBN: 9780262027168Publication Date: 2014
- Last Updated: May 4, 2023 12:54 PM
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