AAA Style Resources
Book (Single author)
Note the author on the separate line, hanging indent for the work.
1997 Bright College Years: Inside the American Campus Today. New York: Simon & Schuster.
Book (Coauthored) Last name, first for the initial author, comma and then first name last name for the 2nd author, without a comma
Bonacich, Edna, and John Modell
1975 The Economic Basis of Ethnic Solidarity: Small Business in the Japanese American
Community. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Multiple authors. Cite first author in text, for example: (Smith, et al. 2004) Last name, first name for the initial author with first name last name and first name last name of following authors, no comma needed in succeeding authors
Smith, John, Janice Brown, Chris W. Enkunde, and Lois Denmark.
2004 The History of the World Wide Web. 2nd edition.
Chicago: University of ChicagoPress.
Article in Edited Book
Italicize the word In and use Pp. to designate pages.
2002 The Good of Trees. In Environmental Ethics: What Really Matters, What Really Works.
David Schmidtz and Elizabeth Willott, eds. Pp. 58-71. New York: Oxford University Press.
Scholarly Journal Article
Moll, Luis C.
2000 Writing as Communication: Creating Strategic Learning Environments
for Students. Theory into Practice 25 (3): 202-208.
Letter to the Editor
1994 Newsweek, August 27: 4, 11.
2000 Illegal Aliens Hoping to Claim Their Dreams. New York Times, November 3: A1, A10.
Follow the Chicago Manual of Style when citing these kinds of sources