How do you know if the name you see on a chapter is the editor or/and author?

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yuh.
I think I know what you're talking about...

If it's a book that has chapters that have chapters that are written by different authors (sometimes, you may have chapters or the odd one written by an author who's the author for the whole book - hope that makes sense) then you reference it like this (Harvard referencing):

Bibliography/References

Chapter author, AA year of publication, 'Title of the chapter', in AA Editor (ed), Title of book, Edition, Publisher, Place of publication, pp. xx-yy.

In-text/In-line Citations
Use the author of the chapter for the in-text citation:
Smith (2021) ...

I hope this helps!
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I think I know what you're talking about...

If it's a book that has chapters that have chapters that are written by different authors (sometimes, you may have chapters or the odd one written by an author who's the author for the whole book - hope that makes sense) then you reference it like this (Harvard referencing):

Bibliography/References

Chapter author, AA year of publication, 'Title of the chapter', in AA Editor (ed), Title of book, Edition, Publisher, Place of publication, pp. xx-yy.

In-text/In-line Citations
Use the author of the chapter for the in-text citation:
Smith (2021) ...

I hope this helps!
Thank you!!! This was really helpful. Could I ask, do you know if I can use SciHub for my Extended Project Qualification research? As in, for putting evidence down as to where I got my articles from, would it be okay to say scihub? it's an illegal site because it bypasses the paywalls to the articles I need to access for my research.
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Thank you!!! This was really helpful. Could I ask, do you know if I can use SciHub for my Extended Project Qualification research? As in, for putting evidence down as to where I got my articles from, would it be okay to say scihub? it's an illegal site because it bypasses the paywalls to the articles I need to access for my research.
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No worries! I'm not sure if it will be ok to reference SciHub for your EPQ because as you say, it's an illegal site that bypasses the paywalls. You'll have to check with whoever is responsible for managing your EPQ stuff.

Here's some more info about citing sources quoted in another source: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/arts/exerc...ng/page_29.htm - this is for Harvard referencing btw.

Hope this helps!
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No worries! I'm not sure if it will be ok to reference SciHub for your EPQ because as you say, it's an illegal site that bypasses the paywalls. You'll have to check with whoever is responsible for managing your EPQ stuff.

Here's some more info about citing sources quoted in another source: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/arts/exerc...ng/page_29.htm - this is for Harvard referencing btw.

Hope this helps!
yessssssssssssssss it does thank youuuuu! I'm doing harvard referenc style but I havent done the actual writing the reference part just yet. Just, to confirm, does this mean i do NOT have to put in the URL of where I got the article from (ofc other than it being a website)? Like an academic article
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yessssssssssssssss it does thank youuuuu! I'm doing harvard referenc style but I havent done the actual writing the reference part just yet. Just, to confirm, does this mean i do NOT have to put in the URL of where I got the article from (ofc other than it being a website)? Like an academic article
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Source: https://theconversation.com/universa...verhaul-156154

In-text citation: Scullion et al. (2021) *

* et al. just means and others.

Bibliography: Scullion, L., Robertshaw, D., Summers, K. and de Vries, R. (2021) Universal Credit: Extending the £20 a Week Uplift Isn’t Enough – Our Research Shows the Whole System Needs an Overhaul. The Conversation. [Online] Available at: https://theconversation.com/universa...verhaul-156154 [Accessed 3rd May 2021]
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For example...
Source: https://theconversation.com/universa...verhaul-156154

In-text citation: Scullion et al. (2021) *

* et al. just means and others.

Bibliography: Scullion, L., Robertshaw, D., Summers, K. and de Vries, R. (2021) Universal Credit: Extending the £20 a Week Uplift Isn’t Enough – Our Research Shows the Whole System Needs an Overhaul. The Conversation. [Online] Available at: https://theconversation.com/universa...verhaul-156154 [Accessed 3rd May 2021]
ahh, ****. here's an idea.
Is it possible to just put the url in to the original page I found the article, use SciHub to extract the info I need from the article, and just put the url to the inital website instead of SciHub in the reference? The initial website only has the abstract. Do you think that will work?
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ahh, ****. here's an idea.
Is it possible to just put the url in to the original page I found the article, use SciHub to extract the info I need from the article, and just put the url to the inital website instead of SciHub in the reference? The initial website only has the abstract. Do you think that will work?
If it's a journal paper you are not usually required to give a URL. Even if read online, most can be referenced as if they are paper sources
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