Referencing Style Guide


Contributions to Book Online



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Contributions to Book Online

These are components of a book which can be separately identified, such as a volume,

chapter, section, or appendix, and which have been contributed to the books by someone

other than the author(s)/editor(s) of the book itself. A common example is a text which has

overall editors but in which each chapter has been written by a different author. When citing a

contribution, the citation is made to the contribution, followed by information about the book.

For components of books which have not been contributed by others, see Parts of

Books above.

Standard format:

Author(s) of the contribution. Title of the Contribution. In: Author(s)/Editors(s) of the book. Title of the book [Content Designator Medium Designator]. Edition. Place of Publication: Publisher; Date of Publication [Date of Update/Revision; Date of Citation]. Location/Extent of the Contribution. (Series). Availability of the Contribution. Notes.





Examples:
Contribution to book

Marques, Paul R. Factors to consider when using hair as a cocaine-exposure measure for mothers or newborns. In: Treatment for drug exposed women and their children [book on the Internet]. Bethesda, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse (US); 1996 [cited 2001 Mar 12]. p. 183-97. (NIDA research monograph; no. 166). Available from: http://www.nida.nih.gov/pdf/monographs/monogeaph166/183_197.pdf
Jacobs RA, Guglielmo B. Anti-infective chemotherapeutic & antibiotic agents. In: Tierney LM, McPhee SJ, Padadkis MA, eds. Current medical diagnosis and treatment, 44th ed. [book on the Internet] New York: McGraw-Hill; 2005 [cited 2005 Aug 31]. [about 22 paragraphs]. Available from: http://online.statref.com Subscription required.



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