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I have one more question please. I used Foreign policy and government guide Volume 1 Strategic information and developments (International Business P

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I have one more question please. I used Foreign policy and government guide Volume 1 Strategic information and developments (International Business Publications, USA) Washington DC USA-Eritrea
http://books.google.com/books?id=sDVSMs-G5C4C&pg=PA202&lpg=PA202&dq=how+many+cars+in+Eritrea&source=bl&ots=BchskvSEWa&sig=Ao8IWXC-xKbbCrh3ruO5iRgm7CI&hl=en&sa=X&ei=W20nU-3bBI_1oASF-ICQBQ&ved=0CFAQ6AEwCQ#v=onepage&q=how%20many%20cars%20in%20Eritrea&f=false

I do not know how to cite this in the body of my paper or in the sources cited section

thank you

Answered By: Linda Kern
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016     Views: 4

Hello!

Information on how to cite eBooks (and lots of other things!) is available on the Citing Sources page of the Education LibGuide at http://libguides.brenau.edu/content.php?pid=31693&sid=231640 . In case you haven't seen it, the Education LibGuide (http://libguides.brenau.edu/education) was designed with students like you in mind. It contains links to all of the best education research resources and tools including databases with scholarly articles and web sites with lesson plans.

For a book read on the web (versus a Kindle or Nook book) the format is:

Author, A. A. (Year). Title of chapter. In B. B. Editor (Ed.), Title of book (pp. xxx–xxx). Retrieved from http://xxxxx

Since this book doesn't have an author, move the Title of the chapter to the first position. It also doesn't have an editor, so that part goes away. You do have to add the volume number though.

With these changes, the final format is:

Title of chapter. (Year). In Eritrea foreign policy and government guide: Vol. 1. Strategic information and developments (pp. xxx–xxx). Retrieved from http://xxxxx

Here the chapter title is not capitalized.

In the text, always use the first two elements: ("Title of Chapter," Year). Note the capitalization of the chapter title here and the quotation marks.

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