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Info on Citing Commentaries . . .

APA1
(How to Cite a Commentary: APA)

How to Cite a Concordance

             (Author of Article)
              Last Name, First Init. Middle Init.  (Date). Title of entry. In Title of concordance (Vol, pp. #s). City of Pub.: Publisher.

 Example:

Goodrick, E. W., & Kohlberger, J. R., III. (2004). Mount. In The strongest NIV exhaustive concordance  (pp. 768-769).

     Grand Rapids: Zondervan. 

*** For further information, see Section 7.02 (p. 202)


How to Cite an Atlas

      Author Last Name, First Init. Middle Init. (Date). Title of atlas. City of Pub.: Publisher. 

Example:

      Lawrence, P. (2006). The IVP atlas of Bible history. Downers Grove: IVP Academic.

 

*** For further information, see Section 7.02 (p. 202)

1Information taken from Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 9th ed., 2009
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MLA 1

(How to Cite a Commentary: MLA)

How to Cite a Concordance

               (Author of Article)
               Last Name, First Name. “Title of Entry.” Title of Concordance. Ed. Name of Editor, if applicable. Edition, if applicable. City of Pub.: Publisher, Year. Medium of Publication.

               Example:

               Goodrick, Edward W., and John R. Kohlberger III.  “Mount.” The Strongest NIV Exhaustive Concordance. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2004. Print.

               *** For further information, see 5.5.7 (p. 160-61)


How to Cite an Atlas

               Author Last Name, First Name. Title of Atlas. City of Pub.: Publisher, Year. Medium of Publication.

           Example:

               Lawrence, Paul. The IVP Atlas of Bible History. Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2006. Print.

               *** For further information, see 5.5.2 (pp. 148-152)

 

 1Information taken from MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th ed., 2009
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Turabian1     

(How to Cite a Commentary: Turabian)

How to Cite a Concordance

Bibliography Style (accompanies notes)

           Author Last Name, First Name. Title of  Concordance. City of Pub.: Publisher, Year.   
         
           [Entry title only listed in Note]

           Example:

           Goodrick, Edward W., and John R. Kohlberger III. The Strongest NIV Exhaustive Concordance. Grand Rapids:  Zondervan,  2004. 

           *** For further information, see 17.5.3 (p. 191)  

Reference List Style (accompanies parenthetical references):

         Author Last Name, First Name. Year. Title of concordance. City of Pub.: Publisher.

            [Entry title only listed in Parenthetical Reference] 

         Example:

            Goodrick, Edward W., and John R. Kohlberger III. 2004. The strongest NIV exhaustive concordance. Grand Rapids:  Zondervan.

            *** For further information, see 19.5.3 (p. 257)


How to Cite an Atlas

Bibliography Style (accompanies notes)

        Author Last Name, First Name. Title of  Atlas. City of Pub.: Publisher, Year. 

      Example:

        Lawrence, Paul. The IVP Atlas of Bible History. Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2006.  

        *** For further information, see 17.1.1 (p. 162)

Reference List Style (accompanies parenthetical references)

        Author Last Name, First Name. Year. Title of atlas. City of Pub.: Publisher.

     Example:

        Lawrence, Paul. 2006. The IVP atlas of Bible history. Downers Grove: IVP Academic.

        *** For further information, see 19.1.1 (p. 229)
 

1 Information taken from A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, 7th ed., 2007.
 

Note:  A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, edited by Kate L. Turabian, is an abbreviated version of The Chicago Manual of Style
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 Chicago1

(How to Cite a Commentary: Chicago)

 How to Cite a Concordance

Bibliography Style (accompanies notes)
:       

        Author Last Name, First Name. Title of  Concordance. City of Pub.: Publisher, Year.                               

         [Entry title only listed in Note]

 Example:

Goodrick, Edward W., and John R. Kohlberger III. The Strongest NIV Exhaustive Concordance. Grand Rapids:  Zondervan,  2004.

 *** For further information, see 14.247 - 14.248 (pp. 755-56)

 
Reference List Style (accompanies parenthetical references):
 

        Author Last Name, First Name. Year. Title of Concordance. City of Pub.: Publisher.

          [Entry title only listed in Parenthetical Reference] 

Example:

        Goodrick, Edward W., and John R. Kohlberger III. 2004. The Strongest NIV Exhaustive Concordance. Grand Rapids: Zondervan.

 *** For further information, see 14.247 - 14.248, 15.6 (pp. 755-56, 787-89)
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How to Cite an Atlas

Bibliography Style (accompanies notes)

        Author Last Name, First Name. Title of  Atlas. City of Pub.: Publisher, Year. 

Example:

        Lawrence, Paul. The IVP Atlas of Bible History. Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2006. 

*** For further information, see 14.75 - 14.76 (pp. 695-96)
 

 
Reference List Style (accompanies parenthetical references)
:

      Author Last Name, First Name. Year. Title of Atlas. City of Pub.: Publisher.

 Example:

        Lawrence, Paul. 2006. The IVP Atlas of Bible History. Downers Grove: IVP Academic.

 *** For further information, see 15.9 (pp. 789-91)
 

1Information taken from the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed., 2010.

 


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