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Bibliographic details for "Musculoskeletal disorders and work organisation in the European clothing industry"

  • Page name: Musculoskeletal disorders and work organisation in the European clothing industry
  • Author:
    Jeremy Hague
    Lynn Oxborrow
    Lynn McAtamney
  • Publisher: ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute
  • Date of last revision: 05 November 2020 13:18 Europe/Brussels
  • Date retrieved: 21 June 2021 05:47 Europe/Brussels
  • Permanent link: https://etui.org/publications/reports/musculoskeletal-disorders-and-work-organisation-in-the-european-clothing-industry

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APA style:
ETUI contributors. (2020, November 05). Musculoskeletal disorders and work organisation in the European clothing industry. In ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute. Retrieved 05:47, June 21, 2021, from https://etui.org/publications/reports/musculoskeletal-disorders-and-work-organisation-in-the-european-clothing-industry

MLA Style Manual:
ETUI contributors. "Musculoskeletal disorders and work organisation in the European clothing industry" ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute. ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute, 05 Nov. 2020. Web. 21 Jun. 2021.

MHRA style:
ETUI contributors, 'Musculoskeletal disorders and work organisation in the European clothing industry', ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute, 05 November 2020 13:18 Europe/Brussels, <https://etui.org/publications/reports/musculoskeletal-disorders-and-work-organisation-in-the-european-clothing-industry> [accessed 21 June 2021].

Chicago style:
ETUI contributors, "Musculoskeletal disorders and work organisation in the European clothing industry," ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute, https://etui.org/publications/reports/musculoskeletal-disorders-and-work-organisation-in-the-european-clothing-industry (accessed June 21, 2021).

CBE/CSE style:
ETUI contributors. Musculoskeletal disorders and work organisation in the European clothing industry [Internet]. ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute; 2020 Nov 05 13:18 Europe/Brussels [cited 2021 Jun 21]. Available from: https://etui.org/publications/reports/musculoskeletal-disorders-and-work-organisation-in-the-european-clothing-industry.

Bluebook style:
Musculoskeletal disorders and work organisation in the European clothing industry, https://etui.org/publications/reports/musculoskeletal-disorders-and-work-organisation-in-the-european-clothing-industry (last visited Jun. 21, 2021).

AMA style:
ETUI contributors. Musculoskeletal disorders and work organisation in the European clothing industry. ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute. November 05, 2020, 13:18 Europe/Brussels. Available at: https://etui.org/publications/reports/musculoskeletal-disorders-and-work-organisation-in-the-european-clothing-industry. Accessed June 21, 2021.

BibTeX entry:

@misc{ etui:xxx, author = "{ETUI contributors}", author = "{ETUI contributors}", title = "Musculoskeletal disorders and work organisation in the European clothing industry --- {ETUI}{,} The European Trade Union Institute", year = "2020", url = "https://etui.org/publications/reports/musculoskeletal-disorders-and-work-organisation-in-the-european-clothing-industry", note = "[Online; accessed 21-June-2021]" }

When using the LaTeX package url (\usepackage{url} somewhere in the preamble), which tends to give much more nicely formatted web addresses, the following may be preferred:

@misc{ etui:xxx, author = "{ETUI contributors}", title = "Musculoskeletal disorders and work organisation in the European clothing industry --- {ETUI}{,} The European Trade Union Institute", year = "2020, howpublished = "\url{https://etui.org/publications/reports/musculoskeletal-disorders-and-work-organisation-in-the-european-clothing-industry}", note = "[Online; accessed 21-June-2021]" }

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