Bring the information required to cite two articles published in edited books and the journal articles you identified to the next class. You will be discussing how to create your SAA Citation Format references.
Follow these tips to help find a chapter from an edited book on primates
If you want to find online edited books, refine your results under "Availability" to Available online
Search articles, books, multimedia & more
Use * for alternate word endings, e.g. behav*
orangutan* AND "social behav*"
bonobo* AND (diet* OR food* OR feed*) AND behav*
gorilla* AND (cooperat* OR compet* OR conflict*)
For the assignment, you can provide your citations in SAA format or in one of the other two styles preferred for this class.
Some professors prefer citation examples from other resources. These examples are from a bibliography provided by Dr. Robertson:
Last Name, First Initial. YEAR. "Title of Article." Name of Journal volume, no. issue: page-page range.
Adelson, N. 2005. "The Embodiment of Inequality: Health Disparities in Aboriginal Canada." Canadian Journal of Public Health 96, no. 2:S45-S61.
Chapter in a Book
Last name, First Initial., and First Initial, Last Name. YEAR. "Title of Chapter." In Name of Book. Edited by First Initial, Last Names of Editors. Place of Publication: Publisher, page-page range.
Abonyi, S., S. Johnson, D. Martz, T. McIntosh, N. Muhajarine, and B. Jeffery. 2010. "Towards an Ethical Framework for Population Health Research in Canada: A Place for Ethical Space?" In Redistributing Health: New Dimensions in Population Health Research in Canada. Edited by T. McIntosh, B. Jeffery, and N. Muhajarine. Regina: CPRC Press, 20-34.
Finding too much?
Finding too little?
For better searching, think of multiple ways to describe your topic
Citation is stating where you got your information.
The reasons you cite:
You need to cite: