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Citation Guides: APA Referencing Style: Reference List

Overview

This guide provides some examples on how to document sources in APA citation style. It is based on the 6th edition of the “Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association and also other references as listed under Acknowledgement.

To view how sources are cited in APA style, you may click on the tabs to know more.

Resources

Acknowledgement

  1. American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.
  2. American Psychological Association. (2014). APA style blog [Blog]. Retrieved from http://blog.apastyle.org/
  3. Perrin, R. (2012). Pocket guide to APA style (4th ed.). Boston, MA: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.

Sources

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Format

Journal Article

Printed:

Author Last Name, First Initial. Middle Initial. (Year of Publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, Volume number (issue number), Page numbers.

Electronic:

Author Last Name, First Initial. Middle Initial. (Year of Publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, Volume number (issue number), Page numbers. doi:

OR

Author Last Name, First Initial. Middle Initial. (Year of Publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, Volume number (issue number), Page numbers. Retrieved from URL


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Journal Article (Online) with DOI. Boisvert, J. A., & Harrell, W. A. (2012). The impact of spirituality on eating disorder symptomatology in ethnically diverse Canadian women. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 59(8), 729-738. doi:10.1177/00207640.24538.6

(Boisyert & Harrell, 2012)

Boisyert and Harrell (2012)

Journal Article (Online) without DOI.

List the URL of the journal’s home page or if the articles are from a database, the URL of the database.

Chistolini, S. (2013). Domestic violence and implications for citizenship teaching and learning. Journal of Scholarship and Practice, 9(4), 24-32. Retrieved from http://www.aasa.org/jsp.aspx

(Chistolini, 2013)

Chistolini (2013)

Scholarly Journal Article (Print) Laing, J., & Frost, W. (2010). How green was my festival: Exploring challenges and opportunities associated with staging green events. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 29(2), 261-267.

(Laing & Forst, 2010)

Laing and Forst (2010)


Format

Magazine Article

Printed:

Author Surname, Initials Year of Publication, ‘Title of article’, Title of Magazine (capitalize each unique word), Volume number (issue number), page numbers.

Electronic:

Author Surname, Initials Year of Publication, Title of article, Title of Magazine (capitalize each unique word), Volume number (issue number), Page numbers. Retrieved from URL


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Magazine Article (Print) Crowley, M. (2014, June 30). Iraq’s eternal war. Time, 183(25), 18-24.

(Crowley, 2014)

Crowley (2014)

Magazine Article (Online) Miller, A. (2014, May). Stop gun violence: APA’s new policy resolution encourages a comprehensive approach to gun violence prevention. Monitor of Psychology, 45(5), 64-65. Retrieved from http://www.apamonitor-digital.org/apamonitor

(Miller, 2014)

Miller (2014)

Magazine Article (Author not Known) America and China talk climate change: Heating up or cooling down? (2009, June 11).The Economist, 391(8635), 61.

(“Climate change,” 2009)

“Climate change” (2009)


Format

Newspaper Article

Printed:

Author Surname, Initials Year of Publication, ‘Title of article’, Title of Newspaper (capitalize each unique word), page number(s).

Electronic:

Author Surname, Initials Year of Publication, ‘Title of article’, Title of Newspaper (capitalize each unique word), page number(s), Retrieved from URL


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Newspaper Article (Print) Randerson, J. (2008, February 26). Researchers find fish that can count up to four. The Guardian, p. 14.

(Randerson, 2008)

Randerson (2008)

Newspaper Article (Author not Known) The rich get richer in Malaysia. (2011, March 4). The Star, p. 6.

(“Rich get richer,“ 2011)

Rich get richer“ (2011)

Newspaper Article (Website) Flitton, D. (2012, January 4). Economics woes hit US defence ambitions. The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved from http://www.smh.com.au/

(Flitton, 2012)

Flitton (2012)

Newspaper Article (Electronic Database) Randerson, J. (2008, February 26). Researchers find fish that can count up to four. The Guardian, p. 14. Retrieved from  http://go.galegroup.com/ps/http://go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?       id=GALE%7CA175375548&v=2.1&u=sunway&it=r&p=GRGM&sw=w& -asid=82983ea1cb920f9a6bfcfc4778416bc8

(Randerson, 2008)

Randerson (2008)

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Format

1 Author:

Author Last Name, First Initial. Middle Initial. (Year). Title of book. City, State or Country: Publisher.

2 Authors:

Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Year). Title of book (edition). City, State or Country: Publisher.

With Editor:

Editor Last Name, First Initial. Middle Initial (Ed.) or (Eds.). (Year). Title of book (edition). City, State or Country: Publisher.


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
1 Author Yong, P. (2009). Fear and greed: Understanding the psychology of investing. Johor Bahru, Johor: A&A Morning Glory Learning.

(Yong, 2009)

Yong (2009)

2 Authors Pfister, R. E., & Tierney, P. T. (2009). Recreation, event and tourism business: Start-up and sustainable operations. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

(Pfister & Tierney, 2009)

Pfister and Tierney (2009)

3 to 5 Authors: The Names of Up to Five Authors are Listed Herrera, S. G., Perez, D. R., & Escamilla, K. (2009). Teaching reading to English language learners: Differentiating literacies. Boston, MA: Pearson.

(Herrera, Perez, & Escamilla, 2009)

OR

Subsequent citations:(Herrera et al., 2009)

Herrera, Perez, and Escamilla (2009)

OR

Subsequent citations:

Herrera et al. (2009)

 

6 to 7 authors Gazda, G. M., Balzer, F. J., Childers, W. C., Nealy, A. U., Phelps, R. E., & Walters, R. P. (2005). Human relations development: A manual for educators (7th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Educational.

(Gazda et al., 2005)

Gazda et al. (2005)

More than 7 authors: List First Six, Followed by Ellipsis Points (Three Spaced Periods) and the Name of the Last Author Butcher, T., Guo, X., Harris, J., Lette, K., Mankell, H., Moggach, D., . . . Welsh, I. (2010). Because I’m a girl. New York, NY: Random House.

(Butcher et al., 2010)

Butcher et al. (2010)

With Editor

Shell, M. (Ed.). (2002). American babel: Literatures of the United States from Abnaki to Zuni. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

(Shell, 2002)

Shell (2002)

Organization as Author (Corporate Author) National Research Council. (2000). Beyond six billion: Forecasting the world’s population. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

(National Research Council [NRC], 2000)

Subsequent citations:

(NRC, 2000)

OR

National Research Council [NRC] (2000)

Subsequent citations:

NRC (2000)

Edition Other than the First Rogers, T. (2013). Conferences and conventions: A global industry (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.

(Rogers, 2013)

Rogers (2013)

In a Series Altbach, P. G. (2013). The international imperative higher education. In Global Perspectives on Higher Education. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

(Altbach, 2013)

Altbach (2013)

With Multivolume Work Mitcham, C. (Ed.). (2005). Encyclopedia of science, technology, and ethics (Vols. 1-4). Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson/Gale.

(Mitcham, 2005)

Mitcham (2005)

Without Author United Press International stylebook and guide to newswriting (4th ed.). (2004). Herndon, VA: Capital Books.

(United Press International, 2004)

United Press International (2004)

Chapter in an Edited Book Peterson, B., & Shi, S. (2006). Money, price dispersion and welfare. In G. Camera (Ed.), Recent developments on money and finance (pp. 197-222). Berlin: Springer.

(Peterson & Shi, 2006)

Peterson and Shi (2006)

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Format

Printed:

Author. (Year). Title of annual report. Location: Author

Electronic:

Author. (Year). Title of annual report. Retrieved from URL

When the author is publisher, the word Author is used.


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Online AirAsia Berhad. (2013). Annual report 2013. Retrieved from http://www.bursamalaysia.com/market/listed-companies/company-announcements/1620717 (AirAsia Berhad, 2013)
Print Maxis Berhad. (2013). Annual report 2013. Kuala Lumpur: Author (Maxis Berhad, 2013)
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Format

Printed:

Author Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of paper. In Editor Last Name, First Initial. Middle Initial (Ed.) or (Eds.), Title of published proceeding, (pp. xxx-xxx). City, State or Country: Publisher.

Electronic:

Author Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of paper. Title of proceeding, Country, volume, page number. Retrieved from URL, or doi:


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Unpublished; Print Chang, J. I., Yoo, S. H., & Kwak, J. (2004, June). Measuring the conservation value of the Songji Langoon, with an investigation of preference uncertainty. Paper presented at the Thirteenth annual conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economics, Budapest, Hungary. (Chang, Yoo & Kwak, 2004)
Unpublished; Online Hallam, G., Hiskens, A., & Ong, R. (2013, August). Conceptualising the learning organisation: creating a maturity framework to develop a shared understanding of the library’s role in literacy and learning. Paper presented at the Seventy nine IFLA General Conference and Assembly, Singapore. Retrieved from http://conference.ifla.org/past-wlic/2013/ifla79.htm (Hallam, Hiskens & Ong, 2013)
Published; Print Ara, P. (2007). The realization problem for Von Neumann regular rings. In H. Marubayashi, K. Masaike, K. Oshiro, & M. Sato (Eds.), Ring theory 2007: Proceedings of the fifth China-Japan-Korea conference (pp. 21-37). Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific. (Ara, 2007)
Published; Online Herculano-Houzel, S., Collins, C. E., Wong, P., & Lent, R. (2008). The basic nonuniformity of the cerebral cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 105, 12593-12598. doi:10.1073/pnas.0805417105 (Herculano-Houzel, Collins, Wong & Lent, 2008)
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Format

Printed:

Author’s Surname, Initials. (Year of submission). Title of doctoral dissertation or master’s thesis (Unpublished doctoral dissertation or master’s thesis). Name of Institution, Location.

Electronic:

Author’s Surname, Initials. (Year of submission). Title of doctoral dissertation or master’s thesis (Doctoral dissertation or master’s thesis). Retrieved from URL

OR

Author’s Surname, Initials. (Year of submission). Title of doctoral dissertation or master’s thesis (Doctoral dissertation or master’s thesis). Retrieved from Name of database. (Accession or Order No.)


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Print Lim, T. S. (2012). 14th century Singapore: The Temasek paradigm (Unpublished master’s thesis). National University of Singapore, Singapore. (Lim, 2012)
From an Institutional Database Saccone, G. M. (2000). History as rhetoric in Hobbes’ dialogue of the Common Laws and the rise of modern philosophy (Master’s thesis). Retrieved from http://hub.hku.hk/advanced-search?field1=title&thesis=1 (Saccone, 2000)
On the Web Sai, D. K. (2004). The American occupation of the Hawaiian kingdom: Beginning the transition from occupied to restored state (Doctoral dissertation, University of Hawaii at Manoa). Retrieved from http://www2.hawaii.edu/~anu/pdf/Dissertation(Sai).pdf (Sai, 2004)
From a Commercial Database Moening, G. A. (2011). Diet quality and weight change among overweight and obese postpartum women enrolled in a behavioural intervention program (Master’s thesis). Retrieved from Proquest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 1499601) (Moening, 2011)
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Format

Author Last Name, First Initial. Middle Initial. (Year). Title of book (edition). Retrieved from URL or doi.

Book Chapter:

Chapter author(s) Surname, Initials. (Year). Title of chapter. In Editor(s) of book (Ed(s).Title of book, (pp. xxx-xxx). Retrieved from URL or doi:


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Through an Online Library (e. Ebrary) Bugdol, M., & Jedynak, P. (2015). Integrated management system. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10028-9 (Bugdol & Jedynak, 2015)
With E-Book Reader. Bell, T., Hopper, D., & Vallance, C. (2014). Right or wrong: The Memoirs of Lord Bell [Kindle edition]. Retrieved from Amazon.com (Bell, Hopper, & Vallance, 2014)
Book Chapter Hompes, R., & Cunningham, C. (2015). Low-risk early rectal cancer. In G. Baatrup (Ed.), Multidisciplinary treatment of colorectal cancer (pp. 47–53). doi:10.1007/978-3-319-06142-9_5 (Hompes & Cunningham, 2015)
With no DOI Page, S. J. & Connell, J. (2006). Tourism: A modern synthesis  (2nd ed.). Retrieved from http://books.google.com.my/books?id= LSNg10i2ajwC&printsec=frontcover&dq=tourism&hl=en&sa
=X&ei=LxoYU_XnFcKlrQfgvIDADA&ved0CEIQ6AEwBA#v=onepage
&q=tourism&f=false
(Bell, Hopper, & Vallance, 2014)
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Format

Printed:

Author’s Surname, Initials. (Year of Publication). Title of entry or article. In Author or Editor of Publication – Initials. Surname with (Ed.) or (Eds.), Title of Encyclopedia (Vols. x-x, pp. xx-xx). City, State or Country: Publisher.

Electronic:

Author’s Surname, Initials. (Year of Publication). Title of entry or article. In Title of Encyclopaedia. Retrieved from URL


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
With Named Author
(Print)
Ayman, R. (2004). ‘Leadership and culture’, in CD Spielberger (ed.), Encyclopedia of applied psychology (Vol. 3, pp. 507-517​).  Amsterdam: Elsevier Academic Press. (Ayman,  2004)
With Named Author
(Online)
Mann, M. E., & Selin, H. (2014). Global warming. In Encyclopaedia Britannica. Retrieved from http://www.britannica. com.ezproxy.sunway.edu.my/EBchecked/topic/235402/global-warming (Mann & Selin, 2014)
No Author (Print) Human body, health and nutrition. (2001). In T. Anderson & U. McGovern (Eds.), The Chambers encyclopedia (pp. 494-540). Edinburgh: Chambers Harrap. (“Human body, health and nutrition,” 2001
No Author (Online) Digestion. (2014). In Encyclopaedia Britannica. Retrieved from http://www.britannica.com.ezproxy.sunway.edu.my/EBchecked /topic/163169/digestion (“Digestion,” 2014)
No author, No date (Online) Heuristic. (n.d.). In Merrriam-Webster’s online dictionary (11th ed.). Retrieved from http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/heuristic (“Heuristic,” n.d)
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Format

Producer Last Name, First Initial. Middle Initial. (Producer) & Director Last Name, First Initial. Middle Initial (Director). (Year of film release). Title [Medium]. Country of origin: Studio


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Film, DVD, and Video Chaffin, C., Kennedy, K., Marshall, F., (Producers), & Fincher, D. (Director). (2008). The curious case of Benjamin Button [DVD]. United States: Warner Bros. Pictures. (Chaffin, Kennedy, Marshall & Fincher, 2008)
Feige, K., (Producer), & Taylor, A. (Director). (2013). Thor: the dark world [Motion picture]. United States: Marvel Studios. (Feige & Taylor, 2013)
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Format

Printed:

If the writer of the document is unknown, cite the government agency that issued it as author.

Electronic:

Include corporate authors’ name in the text of essay.


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Print with Corporate Author Malaysia, Ministry of Finance. Second Economic Stimulus Package. Putrajaya: Ministry of Finance, 2009. Print. The Malaysia Ministry of Finance provides financial support for every student who wants to pursue Masters and PhD courses (12).
Online with Corporate Author Malaysia, Ministry of Finance. Second Economic Stimulus Package. Putrajaya: Ministry of Finance, Mar. 2009. Web. 20 June 2013.  The Malaysia Ministry of Finance provides financial support for every who wants student want to pursue Masters and PhD courses.
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Format

Physical:

Artist’s Surname, Initial Year created, Title [Medium, e.g.Painting]. Museum of collection name, city

Electronic:

Artist’s Surname, Initial (Year of completion). Title [Medium, e.g.Painting]. Retrieved from Website

OR

Artist’s Surname, Initial (Year of completion). Title [Medium, e.g.Painting]. Retrieved from URL


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation

Photography, Painting or Sculpture

(Retrieved from Subscribed Database)
Hopper, E. (1914). Soir bleu [Painting]. Retrieved from   http://web.b.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.sunway.edu.my/ehost/search /basic?sid=aa818659-1e82-493f-aa5f-e22e580b7e89%40sessionmgr114& vid=1&hid=105

(Hopper, 1914)

Hopper (1914)
Visual Arts on the Web Currin, J. (2001). Blond Angel [Painting]. Retrieved from  http://www.imamuseum.org/

(Currin, 2001)

Currin (2001)
Visual Arts in the Physical Location Currin, J. 2001, Blond Angel [Painting]. Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN.

(Currin, 2001)

Currin (2001)

Format

Information obtained by interview, telephone call, letter or email should be documented in the text, but NOT to be included in the list of references.


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Telephone Call, Letter , Personal Interview or Email Do not include in the Reference List

P. Jones (personal communication, June 15, 2013)

(P. Jones, personal communication, June 15, 2013)
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Format

In Reference List include only the book/ article  you actually used (not the source cited in the book / article you used). 


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
When You Cite an Author who Refers to or Quotes Another Author Stuart, S. (2014). Web metrics for library and information professionals. London: Facet Publishing. Eysenbach (2011) indicated that Twitter mentions are an early indicator of citations (as cited in Stuart, 2014).
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Format

Blog Post:

Author (year, month day). Title of the posting [Blog post]. Retrieved from URL

Facebook:

Author [given name]. (year, month day). Provide the name of the page or the content or caption of the post (up to the first 40 words) as the title [Facebook status update]. Retrieved from URL

Twitter:

Author, A. A. [Screen name]. (year, month day). Provide the name of the page or the content or caption of the post (up to the first 40 words) as the title [Tweet], Retrieved from URL

YouTube:

Author. (year, month day).Title of video [Video file]. Retrieved from URL

Photo or Graphic:

Author. (year, month day). Caption [Photograph]. Retrieved from URL


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Blog or Discussion group Batts, S. (2007, April 24). Antioxidants in berries increased by ethanol (but are daiquiris healthy?) [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://scienceblogs.com/retrospectacle/ 2007/04/24/antioxidants-in-berries-increa/ (Batts, 2007)
Facebook status update, individual author

Gaiman, N. [Neil]. (2012, February 29). Please celebrate Leap Year Day in the traditional manner by taking a writer out for dinner. It’s been four years since many author had a good dinner. We are waiting. Many of us have our forks or chopsticks at the [Facebook status update]. Retrieve from https://www.facebook.com/neilgaiman/ posts/10150574185041016

(Gainman, 2012)
Facebook status update, group author

Neruda, Pablo. “Arte Poetica.” The Caedmon Poetry Collection: A Century of Poets Reading Their Work. Harper, 2000. CD.

(Australian Copyright Council, 2013)
Twitter – Individual author

Gates, B. [BillGates]. (2014, August 4). A lot of people think of Africa as a continent of starvation. The truth is a lot more complex: http://b-gat.es/WXvEI1 [Tweet]. Retrieved from https://twitter.com/BillGates/status/496524810025828353

(Stanford Medicine, 2014)
Twitter – Group author

Standford Medicine. [SUMedicine]. (2014, July 31). Stanford researchers identify a molecular flag that labels genes critical to a cell’s function: http://stan.md/1o9bJJl#genetics [Tweet]. Retrieved from https://twitter.com/SUMedicine/status/494920926954532864

(Stanford Medicine, 2014)
Social media video Scientific American. (2011, April 8). What happens to your body after you die? -instant egghead #65 [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wg2A9iAe25c& list=TLCQmzhU9lf0rm7yBhpW9MjKEoOx0jgDcI&index=1 (Scientific American, 2011)
Social media photo or graphic National Geographic. (2014, August 7). A herd of elephants roams Botswana’s Okavango Delta in this image by Ben Neale. See more of our favotire Photo of the Day images from last month: http://on.natgeo.com/XFsqCy [Photograph]. Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/natgeo/photos/
a.10150205173893951.320000.23497828950/10152273071278951/?type=1
(National Geographic, 2014)
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Format

Radio

Names of primary contributors (Narrator). (Date of production). Title of episode. Format [Radio broadcast]. In Name of producer, Name of series, Place of production: Producer

TV Programme

Writer’s Surname, Initials (Writer), & Director’s surname, Initials (Director). Year. Program title [Television series]. City and state: Network

OR

Writer’s Surname, Initials (Writer), & Director’s surname, Initials (Director)Year. Program title [Television series episode]. In Producer’s name [Executive producer], Title of the series. City and state: Network

Online:

Title of the Episode. Title of Programme or Series. Name of the network. Call letters and city of the local station, Broadcast date. Web. Date of Access


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Radio Series program Allam, L. (Narrator). (2014, October 5). Closing Gladesville [Radio broadcast episode]. In M. Rayner (Producer), Hindsight. Melbourne: ABC National Radio.

(Allam, 2014)

Allam (2014) reported that Closing gladesville….

Television Series Newman, L. (Producer). (2010). Scrubs [Television series]. New York, NY: National Broadcasting Company. (Newman, 2010)
Television Series – an episode Witten, M. (Writer), & O’Fallen, P. (Director). (2005). Role model [Television series episode]. In D. Shore [Executive producer), House. New York, NY: Fox Broadcasting. (Witten & O’Fallen, 2005)
Television or Radio Broadcast on the Web Six Charged in Alleged N.J. Terror Plot. WNBC.com. WNBC, 8 May 2007. Web. 9 May 2007. (“Six Charged in Alleged N.J. Terror Plot”)
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Format

Author Last Name, First Initial. Middle Initial. (Year of Publication). Title of article. Retrieved from (name of the website, database or project): URL

However, if the website’s name is clear from the URL, it is not required in the retrieval statement.


Source Type Reference List Examples In-text Citation
Entire website No entry is required. When citing an entire website, it is sufficient to give the address of the site in just the text. Kidspsych is a wonderful interactive website for children (http://www.kidspsych.org)
An item with author from a webpage Hart, M. (1992). The history and philosophy of Project Gutenberg. Retrieved from http://www.futernberg.org (de Vries, 2007)
Webpage with organization or corporation as an author

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Victoria. (2014). Animal hording. Retrieved from RSPCA Victoria: http://www.rspcavic.org/issues-take-action /animal-hoarding/

(The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Victoria, 2014)

List entries in alphabetical order by the author’s last name, using letter –by- letter. If the author’s name is not known, alphabetize by the title. Begin the first line of each entry at the left margin; indent subsequent lines five or seven spaces (1/2 inch).

Human body, health and nutrition. (2001). In T. Anderson & U. McGovern (Eds.), The Chambers                                                                  encyclopedia (pp. 494-540). Edinburgh: Chambers Harrap.

 

Laing, J., & Frost, W. (2010). How green was my festival: Exploring challenges and opportunities                                                               associated with staging green events. International Journal   of Hospitality Management29(2), 261-267.

 

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