PeerJ style guides

PeerJ style guides

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Here are some examples of the PeerJ style:

Book: Iriss.org.uk. 2015. Advocacy: Models and effectiveness IRISS Insights, no.20 | IRISS - The Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services.
Journal: Dowler K. 2003. MEDIA CONSUMPTION AND PUBLIC ATTITUDES TOWARD CRIME AND JUSTICE: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FEAR OF CRIME, PUNITIVE ATTITUDES, AND PERCEIVED POLICE EFFECTIVENESS. California: Department of Criminal Justice, California State University.
Website: Lamia M. 2011. Embarrassment. Psychology Today.
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