The following information is for reference list entries. See also:
Page Numbers or chapter number
Place of Publication
Year of Publication
The following is the general format of a reference to a book chapter with 1, 2 or more authors from an edited book.
See the general rules for book chapters for more details.
(Chapter Author's Surname Year of Publication) or Chapter Author's Surname (Year of Publication)
Chapter Author Surname Initials (Year) 'Chapter title', in Editor Surname Initials (ed/s), Book title: subtitle, edition, Publisher, Place of Publication, DOI.
Lamb S (2010) 'School dropout and completion in Australia', in Lamb S, Markussen E, Teese R, Polesel J and Sandberg N (eds), School dropout and completion: international comparative studies in theory and policy, Springer, Dordrecht, doi:10.1007/978-90-481-9763-7_18.
Laurence S and Margolis E (2005) ‘Number and natural language’, in Carruthers P, Laurence S and Stich S (eds) The innate mind: structure and contents, Oxford University Press, New York.
Renner A, Brew B, and Proctor C (2013) 'Plotting inequality, building resistance', in Gutstein E and Peterson B (eds) Rethinking mathematics: teaching social justice by the numbers, 2nd edn, Rethinking Schools, Milwaukee.
For dictionaries and encyclopedias, only include an in-text citation. Don’t include a citation in the reference list.
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