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UC Referencing Guide

Dictionary / Encyclopedia - Whole

Treat an entire dictionary or encyclopedia as a book.

Format

Number Editor (ed), Title of Work (Brief Publisher, Edition ed, Year of Publication) vol Volume, Pinpoint <http://xxxxx>.

Number Author, Title of Work (Brief Publisher, Edition ed, Year of Publication) vol Volume, Pinpoint <http://xxxxx>.

Example

16 Gary R VandenBos (ed), APA Dictionary of Psychology (American Psychological Association, 2007).

Dictionary / Encyclopedia - Entry

Format - Print

Number Title of Encyclopedia (Edition Number ed, Year of Publication) 'Entry Title' (def Definition Number) Pinpoint.

Format - Online

Number Title of Encyclopedia, vol Volume (online at Day Month Year of viewing) Entry Title' (def Definition Number) Pinpoint <http://xxxxx>.

Examples

7 The Gale Encyclopedia of Psychology (online at 15 May 2003) 'Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)' [2] <http://ezproxy.canberra.edu.au/login?url=http://www.oxfordreference.com/>.

8 The Macquarie Concise Dictionary (1988) 'Fluoroscope'.

13 Merriam-Webster (online at 1 July 2019) 'Marriage' (def 2).

EndNote Reference Type

Dictionary / Encyclopedia, whole - Book or Edited Book

Dictionary / Encyclopedia entry - Dictionary or Encyclopedia (enter section number and name in Original Title)

Citing a Source Within a Source

When a source is directly quoted in another work enter the reference as:

Full source, quoting Full source

Lorelle Burton, Drew Weston and Robin Kowalski, Psychology (Milton, 2nd ed, 2009), quoting J C Overholser, 'Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Social Phobia' (2002) 32 Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy 125.


When a source is cited (or just mentioned) in another work enter the reference as:

Full source, cited in Full source

G E Schwartz, 'Personality and Health: An Integrative health Science Approach' in VP Makosky (ed), The G. Stanley Hall Lecture Series: Vol 7 (American Psychological Association, 1987), cited in Lorelle Burton, Drew Weston and Robin Kowalski, Psychology (Milton, 2nd ed, 2009) 576.