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CEMS Harvard Referencing Style: Chapters in Books

Referencing Individual chapters in edited books

IN-TEXT CITATION

When citing an individual chapter within the body of the thesis or assignment, refer to the author of the chapter

Palmer (1999) ...

.... (Palmer, 1999)

"....." (Palmer, 1999:23)


FORMAT OF A REFERENCE TO A CHAPTER

Author’s Surname, Initials. Date of publication. ‘Title of chapter or paper’.  In: Editor’s surname, initials. ed(s). Title of book in italics. Place of publication: Publisher. Page numbers of the individual chapter.


EXAMPLE OF A CHAPTER IN A PRINTED BOOK

Palmer, A. 1999. ‘Services marketing is not new’. In: Berry, J. and Swan, P. eds. Services marketing, concepts and cases.  New York: McGraw-Hill. 101-120.

Note that the title of the chapter is in single quotation marks and the book’s title is in italics.


EXAMPLE OF A CHAPTER IN AN ELECTRONIC BOOK

White, H.  2005. 'The case against talent management'.In Lewis, P and James, R. eds. Human Resource Development. ​New York: Granger Books.101-136. Available from: <http://www.eBook Library.com> [ Accessed on: 29 September 2015].