This rule is most commonly used for books that have an editor and contain sections, such as essays, short stories or poems, by different authors.
Last Name, First Name of Author of Section. “Title of Section.” Title of Overall Book. Ed. Name of Editor or Compiler. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Year of publication. Pages included in section. Print.
Swiller, Joshua. “I Think I Hear You.” Deaf American Prose: 1980-2010. Ed. Kristen Harmon and Jennifer Nelson. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University, 2012. 155-164. Print.
Angell, Marcia. “Drug Industry-Sponsored Research Is Biased.” The Pharmaceutical Industry. Ed. Roman Espejo. Detroit: Greenhaven, 2012, 42-51. Print. Opposing Viewpoints Series.