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Hi, I am citing an image from a blog post and my reference is this: 23 brushes with death close call compilation [image]. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://2nd2nada.net/23-brushes-with-death-close-call-compilation/ Since it begins with a number, can you confirm whether it goes at the beginning or end of my reference list? Thank you.
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Hi, I am trying to cite the image in blogpost: http://www.resiliencebeyond.com/an-article-of-life-questions-motives/ and from the info on this post I wrote my reference as: An article of life questions, motives [image]. (2015, November 8). Retrieved from http://www.resiliencebeyond.com/an-article-of-life-questions-motives/ Is this correct? Thank you.
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Hi, What if the book has two editors and those two editors are authors of the specific chapter I am using. Would this reference look like: Greegard, H., & Isted, L. (Eds.). (2012). Ethical practice for health professionals (2nd ed., pp. 174-197). Melbourne, Australia: Thompson Learning. OR Greegard, H., & Isted, L. (Eds.) (2012). Professional communications. In H. Freegard, & L. Isted (Eds.), Ethical practice for health professionals (2nd ed., pp. 174-197). Melbourne, Australia: Thompson Learning. Unsure if I would still need to cite the chapter too, or does (Eds.) in the first example show that the book could potentially have different authors within it? Thank you.
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Hi Chelsea, I forgot to mention that the collected book was actually published in 2005. So does that mean the reference should be: Freud, S. (2005). The question of lay analysis: Conversations with an impartial person. In A. Freud (Ed.), & J. Strachey (Trans.), The essentials of psycho-analysis (pp. 5-73). London, England: Vintage Books. (Original work published 1926) Thank you.
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Hi, I have a complicated chapter that I am trying to cite and would love some help please. Book is: The Essentials of Psycho-analysis which is a collection of writing from one author. It says: selected, with an introduction and commentaries by Anna Freud Translated from the german by James Strachey. Now the chapter itself is: The Question of Lay Analysis: conversations with an impartial person (1926)* And the Asterix is explained to be when it was first published. However, the chapter does not have a specified author as it was all works by Sigmund Freud. Does this mean I cite it as: Freud, S. (1926). The question of lay analysis: Conversations with an impartial person. In A. Freud (Ed.), & J. Strachey (Trans.), The essentials of psycho-analysis (pp. 5-73). London, England: Vintage Books. Thank you.
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