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(Sturkin 1997, 20-30) book
(Schellinger, Hudson and Rijsberman 1998) three-author book
(Secher et al. 1996, 243 (Note et al. is not italicised) multiple-author book
(Michelangelo 1999, 122-134) a translated book
(UNDP 2003, 14) organisation as author
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(Tulchin and Garland 2000) series
(H. J. Brody, pers. comm.) personal communication
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(Fischer and Siple 1990, 212-3) note
(Schwarz 2000) unpublished thesis
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Allison, G. W. 1999. The implications of experimental design for biodiversity manipulations. American Naturalist 153 (1): 26-45.
Anon. 1547. Stanze in lode della donna brutta. Florence.
Kurland P. B. and L Lerner, eds. 2000. The founder's constitution. Chicago: Chicago University Press. http://press-pubs.uchicago.edu/founders/ (accessed 2 April 2004).
Michelangelo, 1999. The complete poems of Michelangelo. Trans. J. F. Nims. Chicago: Chicago University Press.
Schellinger, P., C. Hudson and M. Rijsberman, eds. 1998. Encyclopedia of the novel. Chicago: Chicago University Press.
Schwartz, G. J. 2000. Multiwavelength analysis of classical carbon-oxygen novae (outbursts, binary stars). Ph.D. thesis. Arizona State University.
Secher, J. A., S. M. Pfaffilin, F. L. Denmark, A. Griffen and S. J. Blumenthal, eds. 1996. Women and mental health. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.
Sturkin, M. 1997. Tangled memories. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Swidler, A. 1986. Culture in action. American Sociological Review 51:273-286.
Tulchin, J. S. and A. M. Garland, eds. 2000. Social development in Latin America: The politics of reform. Woodrow Wilson Center Current Studies on Latin America. Boulder, CO: Lynne Riener.
UNDP see United nations Development Programme.
United Nations Development Programme. 2003. The economic cost of AIDS. Pretoria: University of South Africa Press.
Weber, M. H., M. de Burlet and O. Abel. 1928. Die Saugetiere. 2nd ed. 2 vols. Jena: Gustav Fischer.
Wiens, J. A. 1983. Avian ecology: An iconoclastic view. In Perspectives in omithology, ed. A. H. Brush and G. A. Clark Jr, 355-403. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Wright, S. 1968-1978. Evolution and the genetics of populations. 4 vols. Chicago: Chicago University Press.