2 edition of Place name reference lists = found in the catalog.
Place name reference lists =
|Other titles||Listes de référence des noms de localités.|
|Series||Census Canada 1986 -- Population = Recensement Canada 1986, Census Canada 1986|
|LC Classifications||HA741.5 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. ;|
|ISBN 10||0660534681, 066053469X, 0660534673|
Basic form for a book entry is: Author's last name, followed by a comma and the first name and middle initial, ending with a period. Year of publication followed by a period. Title of book italicized ending with a period. Place of publication, followed by a colon and name of publisher ending with a period. One Author. De Anda, Roberto M. Place the Jr. or III after the author's first initials in the reference, and place a comma to separate the initials from the suffix (American Psychological Association, , p. ) Lastname, A., Jr. (year). Title of resource. Retrieved from URL. Don't include the .
Origins of Place Names Virtually all of the place names decided on up to around the 14th Century were due to the environment of the area. For example, Doncaster would probably have originated as a Roman fort on a hill, from the Roman ' Caster ' and Celtic ' Don '. ♦ Spell out all authors' names in the reference list when a reference has up to 7 authors. When authors number eight or more, include the first six author's names, then insert three ellipses, and add the last author's name (Section ). ♦ Alphabetize books with no Author: Celia Cheung.
Elements of the reference. Author(s) of book – family name and initials, use & for multiple authors. (Year of publication). Title of book - italicised. Place of publication: Publisher. In-text reference: a, b, c etc suffixes are assigned in reference list according to title. (Dawkins, a, b) Dawkins (a, b) has argued Author: Miranda Newell. 6 Lists of fictional books. 7 Lists of manuscripts. 8 Mixed media lists. 9 Lists by setting. Other lists. Digital libraries. 11 Further reading. List of 18th-century British children's literature titles. List of 19th-century British children's literature titles. List of American children's books. List of Australian crime-related books.
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The follow the same format as a book with one author. If there are more than seven authors, list the first six names followed by three ellipses and the name of the last author.
Example of book with two to seven authors: Hu, C., Koller, K., Shier, 50%(8). If an author is not listed, move the title up to take the place of the author. Alphabetise surnames letter by letter. For surnames with the prefixes M', Mc, and Mac alphabetise these literally in your reference list (i.e.
these names are not grouped together before others starting with M). Disregard any apostrophes when alphabetising and do not treat these names as if they were all spelled : Anthony O'Brien.
As you can see in the table above, the titles of works that stand alone (such as a book or a report) are italicized in both the text and the reference list. In contrast, the titles of works that are part of a greater whole (such as an article, which is part of a journal, or a book chapter, which is part of a book) are not italicized in either.
Place name reference lists = Listes de référence des noms de localités. [Statistics Canada.;] Place name reference lists. Ottawa: Statistics Canada = Statistique Canada, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Statistics Canada.
ISBN: X. Place of Publicaton. Place of publication is required for books, not periodicals. The place of publication is the "name of the city where the publisher is located.".
The place can be found on the title page or verso of the title page. Use the first city listed or the city where the publisher's headquarters is Author: Alexis Carlson.
Reference List. A reference list lists only the sources you refer to in your writing. The purpose of the reference list is to allow your sources to be be found by your reader. It also gives credit to authors you have consulted for their : Ann Chen.
Reference List: Books. Note: This page reflects the latest version of the APA Publication Manual (i.e., APA 7), which released in October The equivalent resource for the older APA 6 style can be found here. Please note: the following contains a list of the most commonly cited print book sources.
Note: This page reflects APA 6, which is now out of date. It will remain online untilbut will not be updated. The equivalent APA 7 page can be found here. The following rules for handling works by a single author or multiple authors apply to all APA-style references in your reference list, regardless of the type of work (book, article, electronic resource, etc.).
From Aachen to Zyrardów, this dictionary gives the history, meanings, and origin of an enormous range of country, region, island, city, and town names from around the world.
In doing so, it reveals religious and cultural traditions, the migration of peoples, the ebb and flow of armies, the presence of explorers, local languages, industrial developments, topography, as well as superstitions Author: John Everett-Heath.
Include (if available): Last name(s) and first name(s) of author(s) of the chapter. Year of publication. Title of book chapter. In Last name and first name(s) of editor(s). (ed[s].). Title of book. Edition (if not 1:st). Place of publication: Publisher, page numbers of chapter.
Malmberg, Anders. Before computers, we used typewriters to underline book titles, and we placed quotation marks around article titles.
However, many current style manuals recommend italicizing book titles and magazine names (impossible to do on a typewriter) and using quotation marks around articles. Example: I read Lord of the Flies in high school. Edited books with no author should list the last name and first initials of the editor or editors, followed by 'Ed.' or 'Eds.' in parentheses.
The remainder of the reference should follow the basic structure and include the publication year, book title in italics, location, and publisher.
Atkinson, J. & Rayner, J. (Eds.). ( The reference list starts on a new page, after your assignment and before any appendices. Place the word "References", centered, at the top of the page.
APA does not require other formatting for the title of your reference page (like bold or underlined), but check with your lecturer. Each entry in the reference list has a hanging indent, so Author: Sharon Bryan. Title of the book (2nd ed., pp. #–#). Publisher. DOI or URL. Invert names so that the last name comes first, followed by a comma and the initials.
Leave a space between initials. Retain the order of authors’ names. Place the copyright year in parentheses. End with a period. Capitalize only the first letter of the first word.
For a two-partFile Size: KB. The Denver Public Library - Colorado Place Names This publication discusses in detail some interesting places in Colorado that include trails, stage stations, farm towns, mining towns and many other interesting locations.
Noooo siree. It’s original names for our characters and towns. So, I’ve done the heavy lifting for you. All you have to do is scour the page of unique, original fantasy names and keep this list a reference while you write that fandom-worthy novel of yours.
Enjoy and happy writing. “Another volume for every local historian's bookshelf” - Local HistorianThis revised edition of the Dictionary of British Place-Names includes o engaging and informative entries, tracing the development of the featured place-names from earliest times to the present day.
Included place-names range from the familiar to the obscure, among them 'Beer', 'Findlater', 'Broadbottom', and. Preparing the List. Start your Reference list on a new page. Title the list "Reference" if you have one citation or "References" if you multiple citations. Always use the hanging indent for each citation.
Alphabetize the references by the first author's last name or by Title, if no Author is : Tom Kmetz. Reference list entry. A reference list entry is what comes at the end of your paper, under “References”. This is the more complete listing of information, and it includes: Author Last Name, First Initial, Middle Initial.
Year Published; Title (Name of the Book) Publisher Name; Source (DOI or URL) We go further into the topic of Reference /5(79).
The reference list should identify an item (e.g. book, journal article, DVD, report, web document etc.) in enough details so that others can locate and consult it. The general layout for a Reference List is outlined below: The reference list usually appears at the end of the document.
However any appendices will appear after the reference : Li Zhang. Use the first few words of the title, or the complete title if short, as listed in your reference list, and the date. Format with: double quotation marks for the title of an article or chapter or webpage; italics for the title of a journal or book or brochure or report; capitals for both.
One author. Reference list entry:Author: Ann Chen. Basic book citation format. The APA in-text citation for a book includes the author’s last name, the year, and (if relevant) a page number.
In the reference list, start with the author’s last name and initials, followed by the book title is written in sentence case (only capitalize the first word and any proper nouns). Include other contributors (e.g. editors and translators) and.Place the title in the author position.
Alphabetize books with no author or editor by the first significant word in the title (Merriam in this case). In text, use a few words of the title, or the whole title if it is short, in place of an author name in the citation: (Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, ).
Example (electronic version).