3.1. Chapter-In a Book with Editor(s)

First Reference … (Author’s Last Name, Year of Publication).
Example … (Rudolph, 2003).
Subsequent References … (Author’s Last Name, Year of Publication).
Example … (Rudolph, 2003).
Direct Reference … (Author’s Last Name, Year of Publication. X Volumes/x pages).
Example … (Rudolph, 2003, 290).
Bibliography Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of Chapter”. trans. Translator’s First and Last Name. Title of Book. ed. Editor’s First and Last Name. Volume/Page Range. Place of Publication: Publisher, x. Edition, Year of Publication.
Example Kelly, John D., “Seeing Red: Mao Fetishism, Pax Americana and the Moral Economy of War”. Anthropology and Global Counterinsurgency. ed. John D. Kelly et al. 67-83. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010.

Rudolph, Ulrich. “Mâtürîdîliğin Ortaya Çıkışı”. trans. Ali Dere. İmam Mâturîdî ve Mâturidilik. ed. Sönmez Kutlu. 295-304. Ankara: Kitâbiyât Yayınları, 2003.

Sections in a book with editors such as foreword, introduction, preface, afterwords and appendix are also cited in this format.

For references with three or more editors use the abbrivation “et al.” after first editor’s name in footnote. The same applies to bibliography.


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