Books with multiple authors
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Features of a book with more than one author
: These examples are using APA (6th edition).
The purpose of this lesson is to teach you:
- How to reference a book with two authors, or a book with many authors.
- What to do if there are 8 or more authors - rare.
- How (and when) to identify the edition in the title.
- City and country of publication for countries using a federal state system (like the USA and Australia).
Hall, C. M., & McArthur, S. (1999).
Heritage management in Australia and New Zealand: The human dimension
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia:
Oxford University Press.
Bassett, J., Sinclair, K., & Stenson, M. (1985).The story of New Zealand.
Auckland, New Zealand: Reed Books.
Mezey, M. D. Cassel, C. K., Bottrell, M. M., Hyer, K., Howe, J. L., & Fulmer, T. T.
Ethical patient care: A casebook for geriatric health care teams.
The John Hopkins University Press.
Smith, A., Brown, B., Johnson, C., Jones, D., Saito, S., McDonald, F., ... Kim, J.
(2010). Most common surnames (2nd ed.). London, England: Pacific Press.
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