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Books and chapters

One author

Format

(Author's surname, Year)


Author's surname (Year)

Example

This was seen in an Australian study (Couch, 2017)


Couch (2017) suggests that . . .

Two authors

Format

(Author 1's surname and Author 2's surname Year)


Author 1's surname and Author 2's (Year)

Example

(Poulin and Matis 2019)


Poulin and Matis (2019) suggest . . .

Tips

  • List the authors names in the same order as they appear in the article.
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Reference list

Format

Author A (Year) Title of book: subtitle of book, Xth edn, Name of Publisher, Place of Publication.


Author A (Year) Title of book: subtitle of book, Name of Publisher, doi:number


Author A (Year) Title of book: subtitle of book, Name of Publisher, URL

Example

Fenton J (2016) Values in social work: reconnecting with social justice, 7th edn, Palgrave, London.


Delgado M (2020) State-sanctioned violence: advancing a social work social justice agenda, Oxford University Press, doi:10.1093/oso/9780190058463.001.0001


Poulin J and Matis S (2019) Social work practice: a competency-based approach, Springer. https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/monash/reader.action?docID=5968733

Tips

  • If there is no edition number, leave blank.

Reference list

Format

Editor E (ed) (Year) Title of book: subtitle of book, Name of Publisher, Place of Publication.


Editor E (ed) (Year) Title of book: subtitle of book, Name of Publisher, doi:number


Editor E (ed) (Year) Title of book: subtitle of book, Name of Publisher, URL

Example

Fleming ML and Baldwin L (eds) (2020) Health promotion in the 21st century: new approaches to achieving health for all, Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest.


Delgado M (ed) (2020) State-sanctioned violence: advancing a social work social justice agenda, Oxford University Press, doi:10.1093/oso/9780190058463.001.0001


Delgado M (ed) (2020) State-sanctioned violence: advancing a social work social justice agenda, Oxford University Press, https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/monash/reader.action?docID=5968733

Reference list

Format

Author A (Year) ‘Title of chapter: subtitle of chapter’, in Editor E and Editor F (eds) Title of book: subtitle of book, Name of Publisher, Place of Publication.


Author A (Year) ‘Title of chapter: subtitle of chapter’, in Editor E and Editor F (eds) Title of book: subtitle of book, Name of Publisher, doi:number OR URL

Example

Couldry N (2013) 'Why media ethics still matters', in Ward SJA (ed) Global media ethics: problems and perspectives, John Wiley & Sons, London.


Couldry N (2013) 'Why media ethics still matters', in Ward SJA (ed) Global media ethics: problems and perspectives, John Wiley & Sons. https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/monash/detail.action?docID=1120866

Reference list - print books

Format

Author A (Year) Title of book: subtitle of book (Editor E ed), Name of Publisher, Place of Publication.

Example

Fenton J (2016) Values in social work: reconnecting with social justice (Baldwin J ed), Palgrave, London.

Reference list - eBooks

Format

Author A (Year) Title of book: subtitle of book (Editor E ed), Name of Publisher, doi:number OR URL

Example

Coates J (2009) Indigenous social work around the world: towards culturally relevant education and practice (Gray M and Bird MY eds), Routledge, doi:10.4324/9781315588360

Reference list - print books

Format

Author A (Year) English title of book: subtitle of book (Translator T trans), Name of Publisher, Place of Publication.

Example

Flaubert G (1926) Madame Bovary (Marx Aveling E trans), Alfred A. Knopf, New York.

Reference list - eBooks

Format

Author A (Year) English title of book: subtitle of book (Translator T trans), Name of Publisher, doi:number OR URL

Example

Flaubert G (1926) Madame Bovary (Marx Aveling E trans), Alfred A. Knopf, doi:10.4324/9781315588360


Note: For translated works, use the original author’s name in the in-text citation.