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References should include all and only those cited in the text. These entries should appear in alphabetical and chronological ordering. Styles are explained below.
Below are reference examples:
Rafferty, Y. 2001. The association between job skill discretion, decision authority and burnout. Work & Stress 15: 73–85 .
Cooke, M., D. M. Irby, W. Sullivan, and K. M. Ludmerer. 2006. American medical education 100 years after the Flexner Report . New England Journal of Medicine 355: 1339–43.
Forthcoming article (e.g., for articles referring to other articles in the same issue):
Engelhardt, H. T., Jr. Forthcoming. The recent history of Christian bioethics cricitally reassessed. Christian Bioethics.
Sidgwick, Henry. 198 . The methods of ethics. 7th ed. Indianapolis: Hackett.
Barlett, Donald, L., and James B. Steele . 2004. Critical condition. New York: Doubleday.
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De Clercq, B. J. 1988. The Christian profile of Christian social ethics. In: Personalist morals. Essays in Honor of Professor Louis Janssens (pp. 265–78), J. A. Selling (eds). Leuven, Belgium: University Press Peeters Publisher. VIII–343.
Figley, C. R., (ed.) 1995. Compassion fatigue: Coping with secondary traumatic stress disorder in those who treat. New York Brunzel/Mazel.
Green, Amy. 2005. Tennessee to slash state health benefits for the needy. Christian Science Monitor, http://www.csmonitor.com/2005/0812/p02s02-uspo.html (accessed August 12, 2005).
Robert M. Geraci. January 28, 2008. Apocalyptic AI: Religion and the Promise of Artificial Intelligence. Journal of the American Academy of Religion. 10.1093/jaarel/lfm101
Uniform Anatomical Gift Act: 1987, 89, ULA 15.
Proposed Amendments to the Hatch Political Activities Act: 1959-1960, Hearings on H.R. 694 before the Subcomm. On Elections of the House Comm. On House Administration, 86th Cong., 1st and 2nd Sess. 11 (statement of Gordon E. Brewer).
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