Answered By: APUS Librarians Last Updated: Sep 07, 2022 Views: 11582
It helps if you are familiar with how different types of citations (for books, periodical articles, websites, etc.) are formatted. To see examples of different citations in APA, MLA, Chicago and Bluebook, visit your style guide.
Each style guide formats citations a bit differently, but there are some common clues for each source type. Since articles, books, and book chapters are commonly-confused citation types, let's take a closer look at those three types of citations:
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BOOK CHAPTER CITATION:
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