Authored Book ChapterCitations for an authored book chapter follow the same pattern as encyclopedia articles. For this citation, you need to include the author of the chapter, as well as the editor and publisher information about the book. Here's an example:
Note: In this example, Great Depression is a proper noun and is capitalized.
E-booksBooks you may use as part of your research won't necessarily be in print. To cite a book that is viewed in an electronic format, you need to include the author, date, book title, and how you retrieved the book. Some e-books are found on the web and in that case you would include the web address of the e-book. If you find the book through a database of e-books, include the web address for the e-book database.
Here's an example of an e-book from the NetLibrary e-book database:
Here's an example of an e-book from the web: