In text, yes, you would cite the chapter author. Say, for example, the person who wrote the chapter is called John Smith and the editors of the book are called Robert Jones and David McDonald (names make it easier to explain who cares what they're called
), in the bibliography it would appear as follows:
(Original post by Smeggles)
Here's a question.
I have a book by two editors. In the book, there are different chapters by different contributors. Right, so having read that Anglia link, I have to cite THE CONTRIBUTOR and not the editors... is that the same in the bibliography? What if I use several of the chapters? Do I cite the same source several times, with the only difference being the chapter and contributor (they're all the same date: 2008)
I've never done it like that before! Am I right? Uuurghghhhh
Smith, J. (date) 'Chapter title' in Jones, R. and McDonald, D. (eds) Book Title. Place of publication: publisher, pp. 39-53
Does that make sense?
Last edited by aeterno; 05-01-2012 at 17:43.