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Instructions for Written Work

Books (printed book, e-book, audiobook)

E-books accessed through a database requiring login 

In the bibliography

Author’s surname, Initial(s) of first name(s). (Year of publication). Title: Subtitle (translator's Initial(s) of first name(s) Surname; edition). Publisher. DOI/URN

  • If the book is accessed through the E-library of SeAMK Library and the user must log in to access it, the link is only given if it is a permanent URN or DOI link. The name of the database is not mentioned. 
  • The DOI identifier  is given in the form https://doi.org/xxxxx . The URN is given in the http://urn.fi/xxxxx 
Rofutb, T. W., & Piepenbring, J. M. (2020). Management and leadership in social work: A competency-based approach. Springer. 

 

Jawad, M. H., & Farr, J. R. (2019). Structural analysis and design of process equipment (3rd ed.). Wiley.

 

In-text citations

Rofutb and Piepenbring (2020, p. 34) found...

 

(Jawad & Farr, 2019)

 

E-book with DOI or URN or URL

In  the bibliography

Author’s surname, Initial(s) of first name(s). (Year of publication). Title: Subtitle (translator's Initial(s) of first name(s) Surname; edition). Publisher. DOI/URN/URL

  • The DOI identifier  is given in the form https://doi.org/xxxxx . The URN is given in the http://urn.fi/xxxxx . If the source has no permanent address, the URL address (or the normal web address) is used. 
  • APA 7 instructs to abbreviate long web addresses. This practice has not been adopted by SeAMK. 
Hassoun, N. (2020). Global health impact: Extending access to essential medicines. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780197514993.001.0001

 

Niemann, S., Greenstein, D., & David, D. (2004). Helping children who are deaf: Family and community support for children who do not hear well. Hesperian Foundation. http://www.hesperian.org/publications_download_deaf.php

 

In text-citations

Hassoun (2020, p. 67) found...

 

According to Niemann et al. (2004) 

 

Printed books

In the bibliography

Author’s surname, Initial(s) of first name(s). (Year of publication). Title: Subtitle (translator's Initial(s) of first name(s) Surname; edition). Publisher.

Solomon, M. R. (2020). Consumer behavior: Buying, having, and being (13th ed., Global ed.). Pearson.

 

Babstable, S.B., Sopczyk, D. L., Gramet, P. R., Jacobs, K., & Braungart, M. M. (2020). Health professional as educator: Principles of teaching and learning (2nd ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning. 

 

Ylinen, J. (2008). Stretching therapy: For sport and manual therapies (J. Nurmenniemi, Trans.). Churchill Livingstone. (Original work published 2007).

 

In text-citations 

Solomon (2020, p. 67) criticise

 

According to Babstable et al. (2020, pp. 50–52)

 

Ylinen (2007/2008, p. 45) found

 

Audiobooks

In the bibliography

Author’s surname, Initial(s) of first name(s). (Year of publication). Title: Subtitle. (reader's Initial(s) of first name(s) Surname). [Audiobook]. Publisher. (Original work published year)

  • A reference to an audiobook is completed with the data of the original book, unless the publisher of the audiobook is the same as that of the original book. 
  • In the case of audiobooks published by Celia, only aimed at people with reading disabilities, Celia is given as the publisher. The reader (synthetic voice) is not given in references to books by Celia.

 

Acemoglu, D., & Robinson, J.A. (2019). The barrow corridor: States, societies, and the fate of liberty. [Audiobook]. Penguin Press. (Original work published 2018)

 

In text-citation

Acemoglu and Robinson (2018/2019) suggest

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