Use this format to cite a chapter or article in a book.
|APA (6th) General Format||Chapter Author Last Name, Chapter Author initials Year). Chapter title. In Editor Initials Editor Last Name[s] (Eds.), Title of Book (first page-last page). Place of publication: Publisher.|
|APA (6th) Example||Arthur, J. (2005). Multiculturalism. In H. LaFollette (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of practical ethics (pp. 413-432). Oxford: Oxford University Press. (1)|
|MLA (7th) General Format||Chapter Author. "Chapter Title." Title of Book. Ed. Editor's Name if available. Place: Publisher, year. page #s. Print.|
|MLA (7th) Example||Arthur, John. "Multiculturalism." The Oxford Handbook of Practical Ethics. Ed. Hugh LaFollette. Oxford: Oxford U Press, 2005. 413-432. Print. (2)|
|Turabian General Format||Chapter Author Last Name, Chapter Author First Name. Title of Chapter: Subtitle of Chapter. In Title of Book: Subtitle of Book, ed. Editor Name[s], starting page-ending page. Place: Publisher, Year.|
|Turabian Example||Arthur, John. Multiculturalism. In The Oxford Handbook of Practical Ethics, ed. Hugh LaFollete, 413-432. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005.|
(1) ALA only capitalizes the first word of the title and the first word of the subtitle--unless there is a proper noun, like Oxford is in the example, in the title.
(2) MLA uses the abbreviation, U, for the word university, when it is part of the publisher's name as with a university press.