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Citing Guide for Business Majors (APA 6th ed.): Print (including books)

A citing guide for business majors that's based on the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.)

Some Common Print Sources

Reference to an entire book:

Bank, D. (2001). Breaking Windows: How Bill Gates fumbled the future of Microsoft. New York: Free Press.  

Reference to a chapter or article in an edited book:

Moonitz, M. (1977). The environment of accounting. In Mueller, G. G., & Smith, C. H. (Eds.), Accounting: a book of readings (2nd ed., p. 31). Hinsdale, Il: The Dryden Press.

Entry in a reference book:

Wren, J. (1990). American motor league. In May, G. S. (Ed.),  The encyclopedia of American business history and biography: The automobile industry, 1896-1920 (p. 7). New York: Facts On File

Note: if the entry has no author, place the entry's title in the author position.

Microsoft Corp. (2000). In America's corporate families (Vol. 1, pp. 1087-1088). Bethlehem, PA: Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.

Brochures, Pamphlets, etc.:

Citing Solutions Incorporated. (2005). Our company history [Brochure]. Indianapolis, IN.

Business Plans:

Adams Corporation. (2009). Business plan. Indianapolis, IN. :

Note: if the entry has no author, place the entry's title in the author position.

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