APA Style Guide 2014

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Need more help? Call the Research Help Desk at 613-520-2735 www.library.carleton.ca 2014 2 author, consider citing the work within the sentence, using the terms “hypertext,” “online,” or “website.” Direct quotes Include the page number within the brackets, after the date. “These examples led to a positive correlation” (Smith, 2000, p. 8). Olsen, Smith, Jones & Hartholt proved that “academic writing occurs in universities” ( 2007, p. 5). If there are no page numbers, provide the paragraph number or paragraph heading instead. This article will discuss some of the “ failings of Anthony Gidden ” (“Anthony Giddens as adversary of class analysis,” 2007, para. 1). REFERENCE LIST Cite all of your sources alphabetically in a reference list at the end of your essay or paper. Provide complete and consistent references. Note: In the title of a publication, only the first word and proper nouns are capitalized. BOOKS IN PRINT One author Format Author (last name, initial[s]). (Date of publication). Title . Place of publication: Name of publisher. Popper, M. (2001). Hypnotic leadership: Leaders, followers, and the loss of self. Westport, CT: Praeger. Two authors Format First author (last name, initial[s]), & second author (last name, initial[s]). (Date of publication). Title . Place of publication: Name of publisher. Sternburg, R.J., & Ben-Zeev, T. (2001). Complex cognition: The psychology of human thought . New York: Oxford University Press. Three to seven authors Format First author (last name, initial[s]), second author (last name, initial[s]), and third to fifth author(s) (last name, initial[s]). (Date of publication). Title . Place of publication: Name of publisher. Sune, C., Debarth, M., Eatherley, G., & Lee, E. (1999). Piaget’s theory of cognitive development . Montreal: McGill- Queen’s University Press. Note: for more than seven authors, list the first six followed by three dots and the last author’s name. Edited book Format Editor(s) (last name, initial[s]). (Ed[s].). (Date of publication). Title . Place of publication: Name of publisher. Ritchie, J., & Lewis, J. (Eds.). (2003). Qualitative research practice: A guide for social science students and researchers. London: Sage. Chapter in edited book Author (last name, initial[s]). (Date of publication). Title of chapter or essay. In (Editor of book: initial[s]), last name], Title of book (page numbers of the chapter or essay being cited). Place of publication: publisher. Wallace, B. (2008) An easy life. In J. Urquhart (Ed.), The Penguin anthology of Canadian short stories (p. 340-348). Toronto: Penguin Group Canada. ONLINE BOOKS (E-BOOKS) Format Author (last name, initial[s]). (Date of publication). Title . [electronic edition if applicable] Retrieved from URL. Adams, B. (2004). The theory of social revolutions . Retrieved from http://www.gutenberg.org/catalog/world/readfile?fk_ files=44092 Notes:  Use home page URL where available to avoid nonworking URLs.  For books from a library-style website such as Google Books, don’t include the URL. ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES Format (print) Article title. (Date). In Title of the encyclopedia (Edition). Place of publication: Name of publisher. Psychology. (2002). In Encyclopædia Britannica (15 th ed.). Chicago: Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.

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