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CSE Citation Style

Citing/Documenting Images

Citing Parts of Books in CSE Bibliographies

(CSE 8th; 29.3.7.2.10)

When citing content from longer sources (like books), it is often more valuable to cite a specific part (rather than all) of the of the work.

Book chapters or sections, tables, charts, graphs, photographs and appendices are all examples of parts of books that are useful. Book parts that are created by someone other than the author(s) of the book are considered contributions, and are cited differently.

Authors names are provided in the order they appear in the publication cited. For publications with 10 or fewer authors, all are listed in the citation. Any authors listed after the 10th are represented with "et al".

Book Parts:

Name-Year:

Author(s). Date. Book title. Edition. Place of publication: publisher. Part number. Part Title; Page range. Notes.

Kemmerer DL. 2015. Cognitive neuroscience of language. 1st ed. New York (NY): Psychology Press. Chapter 8. Reading and Writing; p.215-245. ISBN: 9781848726215.

Kemmerer DL. 2015. Cognitive neuroscience of language. 1st ed. New York (NY): Psychology Press. Figure 8.3. The retina stringently filters what we read; p. 217. ISBN: 9781848726215.

 

Citation-Sequence and Citation-Name:

Citation Number. Author(s). Book title. Edition. Place of publication: publisher; date. Part number. Part Title Page range. Notes.

1. Kemmerer DL. Cognitive neuroscience of language. 1st ed. New York (NY): Psychology Press; 2015. Chapter 8. Reading and Writing; p.215-245. ISBN: 9781848726215.

2. Kemmerer DL. Cognitive neuroscience of language. 1st ed. New York (NY): Psychology Press; 2015. Figure 8.3. The retina stringently filters what we read; p. 217. ISBN: 9781848726215.

Online Images in CSE Bibliographies

(CSE 8th; 29.3.7.13)

Bibliography citations for websites and online documents are all formatted using the basic elements found in print documents (e.g author, title, place of publication, publisher, date of publication, and extent). However, for some web sources these elements must be expanded or supplemented with additional information.

Required citation elements include author(s), publication date, title, place of publication, publisher and URL. It is acknowledged that not all required citation elements are present for some web sources and, if absent, these obviously can not be included in the citation. However, this should probably bring into question the validity and/or authority of the source.

If an organization appears to serve as an author, list the organization as the author.  However if no author is apparent, do not provide one in the citation.  Do not use the word "anonymous".

If a website title is not obvious, construct one use the first series of words on the screen.

Examples of citation elements that supplement those found in citations for print sources include dates and digital identifiers.

In addition to original publication dates, citations for web sources should also include the most recent revision date and the accession date of the material.

Optional citation elements include the extent (i.e. number of pages or screens; see CSE 8th; 29.3.7.13.9) as well as notes (Internet URL's and digital object identifiers (doi's), indication of language other than English).

 

Name-Year:

Artist's name. Title (descriptive word). City (ST): Publisher or Producer; [Date accessed]. Notes. URL.

McKean D. Sphinx (painting). Kent (England): Dave McKean; [accessed 2016 Jun 17]. ISBN: 9781848726215.​ http://www.davemckean.com/wp-content/gallery/painting/SPHINX_painting.JPG.

Marshall JA. Earhart climbing out of the cockpit of her plane (gelatin silver print). New York (NY): ARTstor; [accessed 2016 Jul 6]. Located in: Schlesinger History of Women in America Collection; Photograph Number PC-29-1-1. http://library.artstor.org/library/secure/ViewImages?fs=true&id=4iFLcDwwJloxLyk7eDFwQA%3D%3D&userId=hDRGez0n&zoomparams=.

 

Citation-Sequence and Citation-Name:

Citation Number. Artist's name. Title (descriptive word). City (ST): Publisher or Producer; [Date accessed]. Notes. URL.

1.  McKean D. Sphinx (painting). Kent (England): Dave McKean; [accessed 2016 Jun 17]. ISBN: 9781848726215.​ http://www.davemckean.com/wp-content/gallery/painting/SPHINX_painting.JPG.

2.  Marshall JA. Earhart climbing out of the cockpit of her plane (gelatin silver print). New York (NY): ARTstor; [accessed 2016 Jul 6]. Located in: Schlesinger History of Women in America Collection; Photograph Number PC-29-1-1. http://library.artstor.org/library/secure/ViewImages?fs=true&id=4iFLcDwwJloxLyk7eDFwQA%3D%3D&userId=hDRGez0n&zoomparams=.