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"One of the most difficult things to give away is kindness.For is usually returned" - Pinkbabiix18

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Abbreviations
Acceptable abbreviations in the reference list for parts of books and other publications include:
app.c.ch. ed. (eds.)edn. et al.n.d.n.p.no.p., pp.para.pt.rev. suppl.vol. vols. |appendixcircachapter editor (Editors)edition and othersno dateno placenumberpage/sparagraphpartrevised supplementvolume (as in Vol.4) volumes (as in 4 volumes) |
Authors: examples
|In-text citation|Reference list|
One author|(Jones 1995) or Jones (1995) states……|Jones, B 1995, Sleepers, wake!: technology and the future of work, 4th edn, Oxford University Press, Melbourne.|
Two or three authors|(Stein & Reynolds 2000) or Stein and Reynolds (2000) argue…..|Stein, B & Reynolds, JS 2000, Mechanical and electrical equipment for buildings, 9th edn, John Wiley & Sons, New York.|
Four or more authors|(Yarbro et al. 2000) or Yarbro et al. (2000) have found……|Yarbro, CH, Frogge, MH, Goodman, M & Groenwald, SL 2000, Cancer nursing, 5th edn, Jones and Bartlett, Boston.|
Multiple works at one point in the textAuthors’ names should be ordered alphabetically inside the parentheses, with a semicolon to separate them.|(Bauman 1998; Tomlinson 1999)|Bauman, Z 1998, Globalization and culture, Polity Press, Oxford. Tomlinson, J 1999, Globalization: the human consequences, Routledge, London.|
Several works by same first author and yearSingle author entries precede references with multiple authors beginning with the same name. A 2-em rule can be used to replace the authors’ name(s) that are repeated.|(Heyland 2001) or Heyland (2001) reports…..   (Heyland & Novak 2001) or Heyland and Novak (2001) reports…..|Heyland, DK 2001, ‘In search of the magic nutraceutical: problems with current approaches’, Journal of nutrition, vol. 131, no. 9, p. 2591S. ------ & Novak, F 2001, ‘Immunonutrition in the critically ill patient: more harm than good?’, JPEN: Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition, vol. 25, no. 2, p. S51.|
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