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    Answered By: Kim Read
    Last Updated: Jul 22, 2015     Views: 1153

    In general, follow the regular style for a chapter or article in an edited book. However, the articles in Taking Sides books are sometimes reprints, meaning they were published earlier somewhere else. When this happens, there is a note at the bottom of the first page of the article that provides the original publication information. 

    If the original was published as an article in a journal, follow this style for your APA reference (and remember to double space your entire reference):

    Adler, M. (2012). The paideia proposal: Rediscovering the essence of education.  In J. M. Noll (Ed.), Taking sides: Clashing views on educational issues (16th ed., pp. 18-24). New York, NY: McGraw Hill. (Reprinted from American School Board Journal, 169(7), 17-20, 1982)

    If the original was published as part of a book, follow this style:

    Rogers, C. R. (2012). Freedom to learn. In J. M. Noll (Ed.), Taking sides: Clashing views on educational issues (16th ed., pp. 39-46). New York, NY: McGraw Hill. (Reprinted from Freedom to Learn for the Eighties, pp. 269-282, 1983, New York, NY: Wiley)

    For the in-text citation, use both years like this: (Rogers, 1983/2012).

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