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Articles or Chapters in a Book
 Articles/Chapters in a Book
Use the Book, Section reference type for articles or chapters in a book. (For articles from a newspaper, magazine, or journal, see the Periodicals tab).
 J. W. DuBois, S. Schuetze-Coburn, S. Cumming , et al., "Outline of discourse transcription," in Talking Data: Transcription and Coding in Discourse Research (J. A. Edwards and M. D. Lampert, Eds.). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1993, pp. 45-89.
- For multivolume works, the volume number should be included.
- Instead of using a Section Number, enter the title of the "section" (for example, Chapter 2) in the Section Title field.
- Enter the first page of the article in the Start Page field. Enter the last page number in the Other Pages field. If pages are not continuous (“42, 44-6”) enter them all in the Start Page field.
- Editors’ names are entered the same way as authors.