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NORMAS PARA LAS CITAS BIBLIOGRÁFICAS
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La cita bibliográfica es un texto de otro autor que introducimos en nuestro discurso para desarrollar o fundamentar lo que estamos diciendo, o bien como referencia para discutir un punto de vista diferente al que sostenemos. Para citar un autor, existen ciertas normas de uso habitual que es preciso conocer para facilitarla comunicación dentro de la comunidad científica. (Prof. Lic. Pablo Cazau)
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APA - Ejemplos de Citas Bibliográficas Los siguientes ejemplos decitas están basados en:Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.). (2001).
    Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. All references should be double-spaced and have a hanging indent. Examples are single-spaced to save space. Each sample citation is preceded by the page number where it can be found in the manual. 248            Elements of a reference to anentire book
Author. (Date). Title of work: Subtitle of work. Place: Publisher. Beck, C.A., & Sales, B.D. (2001). Family mediation: Facts, myths and future prospects.
    Washington, DC:  American Psychological Association.252            Elements of a reference to an article or chapter in an edited book
Author of article or chapter. (Date). Title of article or chapter being cited. Ineditor's name(s) (Eds.), Book title (pp. page numbers). Place: Publisher. Massaro, D. (1992). Broadening the domain of the fully logical model of perception. In H.L.
    Pick, Jr., P. van den Broek, & D.C. Knill (Eds.), Cognition: Conceptual and
    Methodological Issues (pp.51-84). Washington, DC: American Psychological
    Association.249            Book, no author oreditorMerriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary. (10th ed.). (1993). Springfield, MA:
    Merriam Webster.219-221    Order of several works by the same first author
To cite two or more books by the same author, give the author's name in all references, and arrange by earliest to latest publication. Single author entries precede multiple author entries, beginning with the same surname and then alphabetically afterthe first surname if there is more than one author. If the same two authors are listed for works with different titles, alphabetize the entries by the title of the work. Walters, G.D. (1990). The criminal lifestyle: Patterns of serious criminal conduct. Newbury
    Park, CA: Sage Publications.Walters, G.D. (1994). Drugs and crime in lifestyle perspective. Thousand Oaks, CA:
    SagePublications.224-225     Authors Cashin, J.A., Lerner, J., Feldman, S. & Englard, B. (1989). Schaum's outline of theory and
    problems of intermediate accounting. (2nd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill.Cole, G.F. & Smith, C.E. (1996). Criminal justice in America. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth
    Publishing Company.250             Encyclopedia or dictionary
Editor. (Date). Title of encyclopedia (Editionnumber, Vol. number). Place: Publisher. Sadie, S. (Ed.). (1980). The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. (6th ed.).
    London: Macmillan.239             Elements of a reference to a periodical
Author. (Date). Article title. Journal Title, volume number, Page numbers. Herman, L.M., Kuczaj, S.A., III, & Holder, M.D. (1993). Responses to anomalous gestural
    sequences by alanguage-trained dolphin: Evidence for processing of semantic
    relationships and syntactic information. Journal of Experimental Psychology:
    General, 122, 184-194.240             Journal article, journal paginated by issue
Author. (Date). Article title. Journal Title, volume number (issue number), page numbers.Klimoski, R., & Palmer, S. (1993). The APA and the hiring process in...
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