Black holes are still being discovered … (Reed 2003, p. 502).
Place direct quotes between single quotation marks ' ' and provide the page number(s).
'Recent discoveries of black holes …' (Reed 2003, p. 502).
Author Year, ‘Title of entry’, Editor (ed.), Title of reference work, Publisher, City. OR DOI/URL.
Reed, DL 2003, ‘Black holes’, Science Encyclopedia, 5th edn, Academic Resources, New York.
McColl, G 2014, ‘Abba’, L Stacy & L Henderson (eds), Encyclopedia of music in the 20th century, Kindle version, available from http://www.amazon.com/
‘Watergate scandal’, 2009, Encyclopaedia Britannica online, viewed 7 March 2015, http://www.britannica.com/
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