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Author, A. A. (Year). Title of chapter. In A. A. Editor (Ed.), Title of book (Edition, pp. xxx-xxx). Publisher.
Taylor, M. (2006). Architecture and interior: A room of one's own. In M. Taylor & J. Preston (Eds.), Intimus: Interior design theory reader (pp. 339-344). Wiley Academy.
Editors names are formatted with initial first then surname.
In this example the editor has included one of her/his own writings in a book (s)he edited. If this happens, use the same name twice: once as chapter author name (at the beginning of the reference) and again as editor.
For first editions, omit all edition information.
If the chapter has a doi include it at the end of the reference in the format https://doi.org/xx.xxx.xxxx.xxxxx
Ebook chapter? See Chapter in an edited ebook.
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