Hogan, Wesley. "Freedom Now! SNCC Galvanizes
the New Left." Rebellion in Black and White :
Southern Student Activism in th...
Hogan, Wesley. "Freedom Now! SNCC
Galvanizes the New Left." Rebellion in Black
and White : Southern Student Activism in th...
Hogan, Wesley. "Freedom Now! SNCC
Galvanizes the New Left." Rebellion in Black
and White : Southern Student Activism in th...
Hogan, Wesley. "Freedom Now! SNCC Galvanizes
the New Left." Rebellion in Black and White :
Southern Student Activism in th...
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Citation Identification: Article vs Book Chapter

  1. 1. Hogan, Wesley. "Freedom Now! SNCC Galvanizes the New Left." Rebellion in Black and White : Southern Student Activism in the 1960s." Rebellion in Black and White : Southern Student Activism in the 1960s. Eds. Robert Cohen and David J. Snyder. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013, 43-59. Book Chapter Jacobs, David, and Daniel Tope. "Race, Crime, And Republican Strength: Minority Politics In The Post-Civil Rights Era." Social Science Research 37.4 (2008): 1116-1129. Journal Article Article vs. Book Chapter Citation
  2. 2. Hogan, Wesley. "Freedom Now! SNCC Galvanizes the New Left." Rebellion in Black and White : Southern Student Activism in the 1960s." Rebellion in Black and White : Southern Student Activism in the 1960s. Eds. Robert Cohen and David J. Snyder. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013. 43- 59. Chapter Title In quotation marks. Book Title Underlined or italicized. Article Book Chapter Article Title In quotation marks. Journal Title Underlined or italicized Article vs. Book Chapter Citation Jacobs, David, and Daniel Tope. "Race, Crime, And Republican Strength: Minority Politics In The Post-Civil Rights Era." Social Science Research 37.4 (2008): 1116-1129.
  3. 3. Hogan, Wesley. "Freedom Now! SNCC Galvanizes the New Left." Rebellion in Black and White : Southern Student Activism in the 1960s." Rebellion in Black and White : Southern Student Activism in the 1960s. Eds. Robert Cohen and David J. Snyder. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins Press, 2013. 43-59. Article Book Chapter One set of authors May have two sets of authors Chapter author Book Editors Article vs. Book Chapter Citation Jacobs, David, and Daniel Tope. "Race, Crime, And Republican Strength: Minority Politics In The Post-Civil Rights Era." Social Science Research 37.4 (2008): 1116-1129.
  4. 4. Hogan, Wesley. "Freedom Now! SNCC Galvanizes the New Left." Rebellion in Black and White : Southern Student Activism in the 1960s." Rebellion in Black and White : Southern Student Activism in the 1960s. Eds. Robert Cohen and David J. Snyder. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013. 43-59. Article Book Chapter Article vs. Book Chapter Citation A citation for a whole book does not have page numbers, but a book chapter does. Jacobs, David, and Daniel Tope. "Race, Crime, And Republican Strength: Minority Politics In The Post-Civil Rights Era." Social Science Research 37.4 (2008): 1116-1129.
  5. 5. So what is the big difference between an article and book chapter? Hogan, Wesley. "Freedom Now! SNCC Galvanizes the New Left." Rebellion in Black and White : Southern Student Activism in the 1960s." Rebellion in Black and White: Southern Student Activism in the 1960s. Eds. Robert Cohen and David J. Snyder. Baltimore. MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013. 43-59. Article Book Chapter Publisher location & Publisher name Only the book or book chapter will have a publisher listed. Article vs. Book Chapter Citation Volume & issue number Only the article will have an issue and volume number. Jacobs, David, and Daniel Tope. "Race, Crime, And Republican Strength: Minority Politics In The Post-Civil Rights Era." Social Science Research 37.4 (2008): 1116-1129.
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