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In text: A teacher’s early explanation of expectations and ‘goals’ will be of great value to the student (Curzon, 2003, p. 235). In reference list: Curzon, L. B. (2003) Teaching in Further Education. 6th ed. London: Continuum. Referencing a book with two or three authors ·· Authors (surname, initials) ·· Year of publication (in round brackets) ·· Book title (in italics) ·· Edition of book (not needed for first edition) ·· Place of publication: Publisher. In text: Wilson and Kidd (2010, p. 241) state that ‘social class’ is no longer as strong a predictor of voting behaviour as it was in the past. In reference list: Wilson, P. and Kidd, A. (2010). Sociology GCSE for AQA. London: Collins. If a book has more than three authors, only use the name of the first author followed by ‘et al’. This informs your reader that there are additional authors. Referencing books which have an editor (or a chapter in an edited book) ·· Author(s) of chapter/section (surname, initials) 18

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