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Chairman: Ralph Lascelles.
|Contributions||Godfrey, Lisa., Lascelles, Ralph.|
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The same information should be provided as for printed books, see examples above. For books that have been read or downloaded from a library website or bookshop you should add information about e-book at the end of the reference. Bowen, Natasha K. and Guo, Shenyang. Structural equation modeling. New York: Oxford University Press, E-book. This document contains the following information: Report of the Zahid Mubarek inquiry (Vols. 1 and 2) This report sets out the findings of the public inquiry into the murder in March at Author: Zahid Mubarek Inquiry. References: The sources are listed at the end of the report in alphabetical order according to the last name of the first author, as in the following book and article. . Constitution Act, Year (name of the particular province or state), pinpoint reference. E.g. Citation for the constitution of the State of New South Wales, Australia: Constitution Act, (NSW), s 5. REPORTS Institution/Author, “title of the Report within inverted commas” page number (Year of publication).File Size: KB.