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AGLC - Referencing Guide

Book Chapters

Rule 6.6.1 Edited Books

The title of the chapter or part and the book title are both given maximal capitalisation

  The title of the chapter or part is enclosed in single quotation marks

•  Use 'eds' where there are multiple editors

  Pinpoint reference should appear at the end of the citation, separated from the starting page by a comma and a space

Format

Standard format for footnote

  AA Author of  Part  'Chapter Title'  in  Editor  (ed),  Title: Subtitle of Book   ( Publisher, Edition, Year  Starting Page ,  Pinpoint  <URL>.

 

Standard format for bibliography

  AA Author of  Part  'Chapter Title'  in  Editor  (ed),  Title: Subtitle of Book   ( Publisher, Edition, Year )

Footnote Examples

Chapter in an edited book

1 Jeremy Waldron, 'Do Judges Reason Morally?' in Grant Huscroft (ed), Expounding the Constitution: Essays in Constitutional Theory (Cambridge University Press, 2008) 38.

2 Janet Ransley, 'Illusions of Reform: Queensland's Legislative Assembly Since Fitzgerald' in Nicholas Aroney, Scott Prasser and JR Nethercote (eds), Restraining Elective Dictatorship: The Upper House Solution? (University of Western Australia Press, 2008) 248, 252-3.

Books with an author and editor

3 JS Mill, Utilitarianism, ed Roger Crisp (Oxford University Press, 1998) 14.