These details should include: For particularly important points, or for parts of texts that you might wish to quote word for word, also include in your notes the specific page reference.
* Please note that the publisher of a book should not be confused with the printer.
This allows the writer to fully acknowledge her/his sources, without significantly interrupting the flow of the writing.
As the name suggests, the citation in the text normally includes the name(s) (surname only) of the author(s) and the date of the publication.
Citations beginning with names and those beginning with titles are to be alphabetized together.
Numbers in titles are treated as though they have been spelled out. "UNC Building Projects Advance: 1 Million Gets Initial House Nod." Raleigh News & Observer, July 15, 2003.
When a publication has several authors, it is usual to give the surname of the first author followed by et al.
(an abbreviation of the Latin for 'and the others') although for works with just two authors both names may be given, as in the example above.
The publisher's name is normally on a book's main title page, and often on the book's spine too.
Your source should be acknowledged every time the point that you make, or the data or other information that you use, is substantially that of another writer and not your own.