– (100% Good Rated) Italics and some capital letters are used for the title of the journal or book.

1ccc If in doubt, use italics for the title which seems most likely to be helpful in locating the item in a library.  
2 There are standard abbreviations for journal titles, but it is safer to give the full title.  
3 Volume number often appears in bold type, followed by page numbers, which are contracted as much as possible (231-7 means 231-237). [Exception: 10-19, 213-17.] 
There is usually no need to write ‘vol.27, pp.231-7’. The part number within a volume is sometimes given in brackets after the volume number, as in 31 (3), 23-9:
this is only necessary if the page numbering starts at page 1 in each part, or if the journal for which you are writing uses this as standard.  
4 Place of publication or publisher or both should be included for books. Some publishers insist on inclusion of the number of pages in books and reports. in my view this is superfluous, and we will not insist that you do this. Be aware, however, that you may sometimes need to in future.  
5 Contributions to edited volumes are given page numbers preceded by ‘pp.’  
6 The newspaper reference is an example of (Denne, quoted in Stokes, 1990).  
7 Important UK Government documents are often referred to as command papers. The command paper number should be given, along with HMSO as the publisher. For example:  
 When Acts of Parliament are referred to, it is usual simply to give their whole title, including date, in the text. For example:  
The National Parks and Access to Countryside Act 1949.  
If you include them in lists of references, give the full title of the act, and again quote HMSO as the publisher.  
8 Personal communications are not usually listed, but it may be valuable to do so, and to give an address for those who wish to consult your source. However, you should first check with the source that it is acceptable to give the address, and that what you have said is a reasonable representation of what was communicated.