In-text parenthetical citations of author(s) last name, publication year, and cited pages, followed by a reference.
Nonrestrictive relative clauses are used to be parenthetic and introduced by conjunctions to indicate place or time (Strunk & White, 2000).
Strunk and White (2000) indicates “Nonrestrictive relative clauses are parenthetic, as are similar clauses introduced by conjunctions indicating time or place.”
In reference list
Strunk, W., Jr., & White, E. B. (2000). The elements of style
(4th ed.) New York, NY: Allyn and Bacon.