Once you type your references on the reference page, you will need to put in a hanging indent and double-space the entire reference list. In Microsoft Word, highlight the references from A to Z, then find the paragraph function in the Word ribbon. Select Hanging under Indentation and Double under spacing. See the Formatting your References tab for instructions on doing this on a Mac or in Google Docs.
Abbas, D. D. F. (2020). Manipulating of audio-visual aids in the educational processes in Al-Hilla University College. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 24(3), 1248-1263. https://doi.org.db12.linccweb.org/10.37200/ijpr/v24i3/pr200875
|Material Type||In-text Citation||Reference|
|Book with editor(s) and
Martin, E. W. (1978). The theory of care. In A. Ruskin et al. (Eds.), Hazards of primary care in
Editors are necessary when citing a chapter from an edited book with individual authors for each chapter, commonly referred to as anthologies.
|Book with editor(s) and no
|(Leonard & Crawford, 2002)||
Leonard W. R. & Crawford M. H. (Eds.). (2002). Human biology of pastoral populations. Cambridge University Press.
Editors and translators are required if no primary author can be determined.
|Entry in a reference work,
with an editor and no author
|(Shulyer, 2005, p. 236).||
Shulyer, B. (Ed.). (2005). Psychological terms and meanings (2nd ed., Vol. 35). Bookies.
You can cite a specific dictionary or encyclopedia entry in the in-text citation using page numbers. In the reference list cite the entire work.