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If you are citing something that has been republished or reprinted, the entry in the reference list should use the date of the version you read. At the end, cite the original work or the source of the reprint. In text, cite both dates: first the original version, then the version you read, separated by a slash. The example below is a chapter from an edited book, reprinted in another book. You may adapt this to whatever type of source you are using.
Bronfenbrenner, U. (2005). The social ecology of human development: A retrospective conclusion. In U. Bronfenbrenner (Ed.), Making human beings human: Bioecological perspectives on human development (pp. 27–40). SAGE Publications. (Reprinted from Brain and intelligence: The ecology of child development, pp. 113–123, by F. Richardson, Ed., 1973, National Educational Press)
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