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The number of people credited with authoring a particular document can range from
one to twelve and more. When large groups of people generate a text, authorship is
often assigned to the institution that these people have in common. In most cases, however,
the authors of a document are named individually, and each name is given in the
bibliographic reference for that work. For each person listed as an author, the researcher
must give that person’s last name, and the initials of any other “name elements” given
for that person. If a first or middle name is given, researcher will provide only the first
initial of that first or last name. If a first or middle initial is given, these initials go in as
read. For authors (though not for editors), type the last name, then a comma, then first
and middle (and any subsequent) initials. Put a period after each initial. For example: