How do I cite books?
Using Academic Writer
There are several reference types in Academic Writer for books.
Select one of the reference types and fill out the form.
Books, Reference Works, and Book Chapters
Authored book without DOI (print version or full text accessed via a research database)
Dery, M. (2018). Born to be posthumous: The eccentric life and mysterious genius of Edward Gory. Little, Brown and Company.
Shotton, M. A. (1989). Computer addiction? A study of computer dependency. Taylor & Francis.
Stamper, K. (2018). Word by word. Vintage.
Note that in the 7th edition, you no longer have to include a link or indicate that you are using an ebook. Instead, cite the book as you would the print version. Also, you no longer have to list the city the book was published in. These changes should make citing books you find in the OCLS databases easier than ever.
Ebooks (including Kindle books without page numbers)
Fletcher, S. N. E. (2015). Cultural sensibility in healthcare. Sigma Theta Tau.
Johnson, M. (2011). The diversity code: Unlock the secrets to making differences work in the real world. AMACON.
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