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Bibliographic References

The journal uses a predefined EndNote style: '' APA 6th-full name ''

References must include the following elements:

  • Authors:
    • First author:
      • Last name of the author, followed by his/her first name
        (e.g.: Piketty, Thomas)
    • Other authors:
      • First name and last name of each, in this order (e.g.: Harry Arthurs)

According to the following 4 types of references:

Book

  • Last names and first names of authors, according to the order indicated above
  • Year, in parentheses
  • Title of the book, in italics (not underlined)
  • Place of publication
  • Publisher
  • Collection, if it exists
  • Number of pages (optional)

E.g.: Godard, John (2011) Industrial Relations, the Economy, and Society. 4th ed. Toronto: Captus Press.

Book chapter

  • Last names and first names of authors, according to the order indicated above
  • Year, in parentheses
  • The chapter title, in inverted commas
  • and the rest of the elements required for a book (see the previous section)

E.g.: Kaufman, Bruce E. (2004) “Employment Relations and the Employment Relations System: A Guide to Theorizing.” In Bruce E. Kaufman (ed.), Theoretical Perspectives on Work and the Employment Relationship. Champaign-Urbana: Industrial Relations Research Association, 141-176.

Journal article

  • Last names and first names of authors, according to the order indicated above
  • Year, in parentheses
  • The article title, in inverted commas
  • Title of the journal, in italics (not underlined)
  • Volume
  • Number (in parentheses)
  • Pages (do not use p., or pp.)

E.g.: Arthurs, Harry (2014) “From Theory and Research to Policy and Practice in Work and Employment — and Beyond?” Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations, 69 (2), 423-433.

Digitalized Web Reference

  • Last names and first names of authors, according to the order indicated above
  • Year, in parentheses
  • Title of the document
  • Place
  • Publisher
  • Electronic address consulted, placed between chevron brackets
  • Date of consultation, within parentheses
  • DOI, if it exists

Eg.: Assembly of First Nations (2011) Fact Sheet: Quality of Life of First Nations. Retrieved from: ˂http://www.afn.ca/uploads/files/factsheets/quality_of_life_final_fe.pdf˃, (April 10th, 2014).

Legal references

For these types of references, we use the following guide:

Didier Lluelles et Josée Ringuette (2014) Guide des références pour la rédaction juridique, 8e édition, Montréal, Éditions Thémis, 284 pages.