CITATION GUIDELINES

  1. Book (by one or more authors, for each author, use a comma/ for translated books, translated version and original version are used respectivelly by insurting between them “translated from”)

Initials of author/s name  Author/s’ last name, Book’s Name. Publisher’s Name. Edition. Year. Page Number.

MN Shaw, International Law. Cambridge Press. 6th Edition. 2012. P. 50.

  1. Article (by one or more authors, for each author, use a comma)

Initials of author/s name Author/s’ last name; Article’s Name. Journal’s Name. Vol/No. Year. (Pages). Page Number.

CA MacKinnon; From Practice to Theory, or What is a White Woman Anyway?. Yale Journal of Law & Feminism. 4/1. 1991. (13-22). P. 15.

  1. Articles in Edited Books

Initials of author/s name Author/s’ last name; Article’s Name. (Pages). Page Number in Initials of Editor/s’ name  Editor/s’ last name, Book’s Name. Publisher’s Name. Edition. Year. Page Number.

K Lewis, A Lenon; Criminal Responsibility of Senators. (155-185). P. 172 in P Rowe (ed), The Concept of Responsibility in the US Legal System. XL Press. 2010.

  1. Thesis

Initials of author name author’s last name. Thesis’s name. Institution. Year. Page Number

J Kobain. Human Rights Mechanism in African Charter. Karole University. 2015. P. 205.

  1. Web Based Materials

Initials of author name author’s last name (if available). Title of News/Newspaper Articles etc. Link of Content Accession Date:

What in NATO. https://www.nato.int/nato-welcome/index.html Accession Date: 01.02.2016.

  1. References

Sources used within the contribution must be shown in the reference by replacing author/s’ name and surname without page number.

Shaw MN, International Law. Cambridge Press. 6th Edition. 2012