• These examples are for chapters or parts of edited works in which the chapters or parts have individual titles and author/s, but are included in collections or textbooks edited by others.
• If the editors of a work are also the authors of all of the included chapters, then it should be cited as a whole book using the examples given for 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 quotation marks.
Standard format for citation
Author of Part, A. Year. "Title of Chapter or Part." In Title: Subtitle of Book, Edition, edited by A. Editor and B. Editor, inclusive page numbers. Place of publication: Publisher.
Chapter in an edited book
Dovey, Jon. 2001. "Reality TV." In The Television Genre Book, edited by Glen Creber, 134-137. London: British Film Institute.
Rapping, Elayne. 2004. "Aliens, Nomads, Mad Dogs, and Road Warriors: The Changing Face of Criminal Violence on TV." In Reality TV: Remaking Television Culture, edited by Susan Murray and Laurie Ouellette, 214-230. New York: New York University Press.
Entry in an encyclopaedia/dictionary
When referring to a well-known alphabetically arranged work such as an encyclopaedia or dictionary, the citation should be incorporated into the text.
Example: "In his article on multiculturalism in the 2003 edition of The Oxford Companion to Australian History, John Lack ...."
These items are not listed in the reference list.