The author(s), title of the book, and publishing details are all included when citing a book in print. It should be formatted as follows: The Last and First M. Book title. Publisher: city & state; year published.
In electronic form, it is necessary to provide only a reference to the location where the record can be found. This reference must include the initial of the database or archive where you can find the article or album, along with the date of creation. For example, an appropriate reference would be "http://jameslast.com/first/ Book title." Electronic books may be cited in the same way as other publications. For example, an appropriate reference would be "http://jameslast.com/first/Book title (pub. year).
It is important to give full credit to the author(s) of the article or album you are using. You should also note if there is copyright information for this material that differs from what is given on James's website. Finally, you should provide an indication of any changes you have made to the work.
Books that are out of print cannot be referenced by book title alone. Instead, they need to be identified by author name and edition number.
Option D: The proper approach to reference a book is as follows: Last, first author. Year. Title-page number. Edition. Publisher, city/state/country.
A book citation must include the author's name, the title of the book, the publisher's name, and the date of publication. When citing edited books in full, the editor's name will appear instead of the author's name. 24b Citation formats for books.
An article citation requires only the author's name and the year of publication. In addition, an article bibliography should list all the articles that refer to the one under consideration. 25b Citing articles.
A website citation also includes the author's name and the date of publication if available. If not available, it is sufficient to include the author's username and the date of publication. 26c Citing websites.
A patent application must include the inventor's name and the assignee's name. The date of invention and the number and title of patents or publications relating to the invention are also required. 27a Citing patents.
A trademark must include the owner's name and the date of registration. Other documents may also be cited including utility models, service marks, and industrial designs. 28 Trademarks.
A film must include the director's name, the production company's name, and the date of release. Other relevant information may also be included in the citation such as awards won by the film. 29 Films.
The fundamental book citation format is: Last Name, First Name. The title of the book City of publication, Publisher, and Date of Publication.
So, the above reference would be cited as Forbes, Andrew. The money mastery course. New York: Wiley, 2000. Print.
References are notes or documents that provide further information about the subject of your paper. They often include full or partial citations for the sources used in their construction. A reference may be in the form of an article, book, conference presentation, court case, dictionary definition, encyclopaedia entry, essay, magazine or newspaper article, movie scene, news story, patent, page from a book or website, video or audio recording. References should be relevant to your topic and should not be omitted merely because they are earlier works on the same subject. Including references is important because it gives readers insight into how your topic was developed and allows them to follow up topics they may have missed first time around.
Book references are usually indicated by including the author's last name, the book title, and the publisher with the date of publication after the main text.
The following should always be included in book citations:
In APA Style, a book citation always contains the author's name, the year of publication, the book title, and the publisher. Basic book citation style
|Format||Last name, Initials. (Year). Book title (Editor/translator initials, Last name, Ed. or Trans.) (Edition). Publisher.|
|In-text citation||(Anderson, 1983, p. 23)|
The Fundamental APA Format The fundamental APA book citation structure is as follows: Author Surname, Author Initials (s). (Year of publication) Work title: Subtitles, if appropriate. Endnote, footnote, or bibliography Not applicable to books.
Examples: Smith, J. (2009). Book title. New York: McGraw-Hill. - see example 1 below.
Gibson, E. (1996). The spy who saved us. London: Hodder and Stoughton. - see example 2 below.
If you are citing multiple pages from the same book, include the page number in your reference. For example, if the relevant section is on page 125 of the book, then your reference should read: Smith, J. (2009). 125-126.
References can be added in two ways: inline and in-text. With inline references, the author's name is linked directly to their work; these are usually cited within the text. In-text citations require readers to search another source for the information; these are usually taken from libraries or academic databases such as MathSciNet or ScienceDirect.
When referencing a book in Chicago style, you must normally provide the author's name, the title of the book, the city and name of the publisher, and the year of publication. If there are many authors, the first author's name is inverted, with a comma following the final name. For example, Clark, John, and Williams, Fred would be cited as "Clark, J., and Williams, F." If the book has multiple editors or authors, each one needs to be listed individually. For example, Smith, Jane, and Jones, Larry would be cited as "Smith, J., and Jones, L."
Here are some examples of proper citation: "Clark, John," Title of Book", Chicago University Press, 1998. "Smith, Jane, and Jones, Larry," Title of Other Book", Random House, 2005.
It is recommended that you include page numbers when citing books. These can be hard numbers or they may be referred to by chapter and/or section. In general, the closer together the page number is located to the citation, the better. For example, if the page number is on the front cover of the book, then this is preferred over later page numbers.
"Clark, John," Title of Book", chicago, IL, Chicago University Press, 1998.