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A brief summary of an article or a book that also includes its reference information. The first is an example of a print book made available online. Elements you may need to include in your references We run through the most common pieces of information that are needed when referencing. You will need to check which style is required for your work. Gordon, Eds.
This seems a reasonable compromise but it is a compromise, and if you expect your student to be primarily using one of the other systems, it would be worth ensuring that you feel this will work for them. Institutional access to the equivalent website Cite Them Right Online is also available but was not seen by this reviewer. In summary, this is a useful, accessible book in an increasingly complex area, justifying its subtitle, the essential referencing guide.
Cite them right: The fulltext of this document has been downloaded times since Article Options and Tools. Journal Information. Library Studies. Current Issue Available Issues. Most read Most cited Related The most popular papers from this title in the past 7 days:. Feeding America. International human rights law: Turning a page on access to international children's books. The most cited papers from this title published in the last 3 years. Statistics are updated weekly using participating publisher data sourced exclusively from Crossref.
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Lord Chancellor's Department Government policy on archives. Ministry of Justice. European Union publications Citation order: Publisher Example In-text citation: A report by the United Nations … Reference list: United Nations Yearbook of the United Nations.
Commission for Air Transport. NB If you have retrieved a document from the Internet. Council of the European Union.
Commission for Air Transport The need for greater liberalization in international air transport. United Nations Department of Public Information. International Chamber of Commerce. Publications of international organisations Citation order: At least one transport organisation International Chamber of Commerce.
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. The predicted migration of labour European Commission. Publisher Structural use of timber: GB [Online]. British Standards Institute BS Scientific and technical information British Standards Institute. Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.
National Institute of Standards and Technology atomic spectra database version 3. Advances in Mathematics.. Example Citation order: Fradelizi and Meyer New Vision. Internet review Reviews Harvard referencing style Darden considered the book … Reference list: New Vic.
Review of Don Giovanni. One reviewer Billington. Hampstead Theatre. The Guardian Review section. Review of Citizen Kane. Journal of the History of Biology. Review of Discovering cell mechanisms: RKO Internet movie database. Review of On the rocks. Tate Gallery. Some examples below listed in alphabetical order will show how to cite and reference the original works and online versions. If seen online add: Steve Bell warned of the danger … Reference list: The Guardian.
Landranger series. The leisure centre is close to Tiddenfoot Lake Ordnance Survey. Digimap [Online]. The landscape has undergone profound changes since the map Ordnance Survey.
Example Harvard referencing style In-text citation: Ordnance Survey. Tile sp92sw. Ordnance Survey Bellingham. The triumph of St Augustine was one of the finest works by Coello Centre for Visual Effects.
Google Maps [Online]. Augustine [Oil on canvas]. Museo del Prado. Newcastle upon Tyne: Harvard referencing style The dock layout and road network can be seen using Google Maps Tele Atlas.
Publisher if available OR if seen online: Harvard referencing style Kitto. The flat sandy beach Corrance. Wester Ross [Postcard]. Kamuro Calmness.
Stirling Gallery. Flickr Citation order: Flickr [Online]. Exhibited at New York. His talents were proven with The lovers Rodin. Museum of Modern Art. Private collection. Example Kings of Leon [Glastonbury Festival. Harvard referencing style Lord. A wonderful premiere Lord. Live performances In-text citation: Date seen [in square brackets] Examples below will cite and reference traditional and online access routes.
The performance was true to the intentions of its creator Ashton. The nature of the material and the facts necessary to identify or retrieve it should dictate the substance of your in-text citations and reference list.
Newcastle upon Tyne. Specify the full date of the original broadcast as well as the date you accessed the programme. Date seen [in square brackets] In-text citation: The latest report Today. BBC2 Television. Series 2. Vicky Pollard Little Britain. URL To quote something a character has said: Redesigning the human body BBC Radio 4. Directed by David Maloney. Series Distribution company Example In-text citation: BBC1 Television. Distributor 58 Written by Terry Nation. First broadcast [DVD].
Close attention was paid to period details. Video Arts. Distribution company Creation Records. Publisher The Killers Mr Brightside. Harvard referencing style In-text citation: It's your choice: Include details of where you read the lyrics.
In The very best of The Jam. Edited from composer's notes by John Wilson. Northern Songs Ltd. CD liner notes or web page. It took me years to write. Distribution company 60 Citation order: Directed by A. Los Angeles: Warner Brothers Inc. Here are examples for referencing some of this material: The director thought this was a profitable franchise Wachowski. Santa Monica. Many films on DVD come with additional material on other disks.
Wachowski [DVD]. Distribution company The Matrix reloaded The Matrix reloaded. Lions Gate Films. URL Wachowski. The Matrix reloaded [DVD]. New Line Productions Inc. Interviewed by L. The Lord of the Rings: Alternatively phonecasters can broadcast by using their telephones in place of microphones.
Some made light of the discomfort Raok Raok For a cooler Tube. BBC schools podcast [Podcast]. Although phone calls are personal communications.
The user dials a number to access the programme. Lab rats! Screencast videos can provide instructions for using software applications. The vidcast was most informative Walker and Carruthers. So that readers can locate the original. Interviewed by Jonathan Jones for The Guardian. Interview with Bridget Riley. The Prime Minister avoided the question Blair. Example Example: Data from Fritsch Internet interview Harvard referencing style Fritsch.
Freshwater Biological Association. Publisher Riley. Interviews Citation order: The Democrat appeared confident in the discussion Obama. Public communications Citation order: The following examples deal with e-mail correspondence made public in electronic conferences. Available e-mail: British Business School Librarians Group discussion list..
Debt cancellation was discussed by Peters … Reference list: Harvard referencing style Example In-text citation: Points of interest from the lecture Brown.
Google Inc. Advertisements are often short-lived. The Photography news list contains … Reference list: Photography news list [Online]. If available online add: It may also be useful to include a copy of a leaflet in an appendix to your assignment. This might be online. Cite and reference according to the medium in which the advertisement appeared.
Western Health Trust. Minutes of staff development committee meeting 23 June Recent advertisements by British Telecom Note that both the in-text citations and references begin with the name of the sender of the communication. You might also include a copy of written communications in the appendix. The Staff development committee suggested work shadowing and mentoring. This was disputed by Walters Personal communications see also You may need to seek permission from other parties in the correspondence before quoting them in your work.
You should reference the details of the original source. Harvard referencing style Really Simple Syndication is a method of notifying subscribers if a favourite web page. County Durham. Bristol Register Office. Genealogical sources Ancestry Public Record Office: St Oswald subdistrict. Cumberland marriage register Manuscripts If the author of a manuscript is known: URL If you retrieved the certificate online.
Where the author of a manuscript is not known: Note that no date is given for a collection in the text or in the reference list as the collection contains items of various dates. Northumberland Collections Service. Lansdowne MS. To refer to a whole collection of manuscripts MS. British Library. The architect enjoyed a close relationship with his patron Newton. Consulting the family records British Library. Lansdowne MS the author discovered … Reference list: Fenham journal Ord Manuscripts.
Expenditure was high in this period Fenham journal. Access to Justice Act UK. Criminal law: For more information see Meredith. Examples of the most commonly used sources are given for each style. London Place Date E1: OSCOLA referencing style This section has examples of some alternatives to the Harvard referencing style that are used by some university departments and publishers. Remember to apply the referencing style you are using consistently throughout your work.
For advice on how to reference other sources. If you are writing about legal material in several countries. Behan and I. Act of Supremacy 26 Hen 8 c1 Finance Act Cm The Official Report. In this case use: For more information on the use of Hansard. Standing Committee Hansard should be cited as follows: Hansard HC 5th series vol.
A fully searchable version of Hansard from for the Commons and from for the Lords is available online at http: Based on Great Britain. Ministry of Justice How we cite legislation. Example Reference list: These are called Statutory Rules of Northern Ireland. At the date of writing 6 August no Assembly Measures had been passed.
The Welsh Assembly may pass Statutory Instruments. For information on citing and referencing US legal material see The Bluebook: A useful online guide is Martin, P. An alternative view was suggested by Clarkson4 and most recently by Behan and O'Donnell. Clarkson, Criminal law: It uses an authordate format, like Harvard, to identify details in the text. Full details are given in an alphabetical list of references. Internet sources.
Upton health centre: Retrieved 15 June from http: Use a superscript number for the footnote see Glossary. Example Weathers, L. Gordon and K. Gordon, Eds. Systems of treatment for the mentally ill pp. Grune and Stratton, APA referencing style Frosch. International Universities Press.
The ego and the mechanisms of defense. Esman Ed. Psychoanalytic Psychology. Transference interpretations only? Earlier analysis Freud. Essential papers on transference pp. New York University Press. Publisher E2. Journal of Metapsychology. Violence is a factor in many instances of transference Shubs.
Transference issues concerning victims of violent crime and other traumatic incidents of adulthood. Shubs has recently identified violence as a factor in transference. If no title either. Retrieved 14 June Retrieved 14 June from http: There are several career paths British Psychological Association. Article As suggested by one website Learn to profile people. There are many other factors in transference Bisby. Retrieved 15 June British Psychological Association Areas of psychology.
The reference list for the above text would be: Note that there is no comma between the author and the page number and that there is no p. Capitalise articles if they are the first words of a subtitle after a colon. Cite Them Right: The Essential Referencing Guide Or you can cite the author and page number after the section of their work you have referred to: Sources that are not cited in your text can be included in footnotes or endnotes see Glossary.
Note that when using the MLA referencing style. Sources are listed in a Cited Works List at the end of your work. For the Cited Works List. Peter Leach. To find the full details of the source being cited. If there is no author. As the century progressed. Initially British architects relied upon the designs of Andrea Palladio. Alexandrina Buchanan suggested that Gothic style signified ancient lineage and the British Constitution Rich patrons wanted designs in the latest fashion and among those to profit from this demand was Robert Adam.
How to reference common sources in the Cited Works List E3. Classical Architecture in Britain: The Heroic Age. Although most patrons favoured classical styles. Peter Leach noted that Adam was even able to take over projects begun by other architects. With this first-hand knowledge he designed many country houses and public buildings. His work was not always as revolutionary as he claimed Worsley Michael Hall.
Dating and Sources. Its Discovery and Preservation. Spire Books. For more information on using the MLA referencing style. In keeping with the emphasis upon authors' names.
This is an example of a Cited Works List for the sample text on page Cited Works List Adam. Eighteenth Century Collections Online. Cited Works List: This is used in some arts and humanities publications. Finding Information on the Internet. Thomas corrected this error. These can be used in MHRA referencing style to keep bibliographic details out of the flow of text. If two or more consecutive references are from the same source then the second or others is cited ibid.
Note that the use of shortened citations. Classical Architecture. Cited publications are numbered in the order in which they are first referred to in the text. The sample text on page 89 shows examples of a first citation and subsequent citation of this book by Worsley.
John Wiley. They are usually identified by a superscript number see Glossary. Check whether footnotes or endnotes are preferred for the work you are producing. Word processing software such as Microsoft Word can create this link between citation number and full reference. This section of Cite them right will provide details of a numeric referencing style published by the Modern Humanities Research Association.
These numbers in the text are linked to a full reference in footnotes or endnotes and in your bibliography see Glossary. In the bibliography. Year of publication all in round brackets Example 3. Francis Wheen. In Eighteenth Century Collections Online. The Essential Referencing Guide.
Also capitalise articles if they are the first words of a subtitle after a colon. Capitalisation Worsley. How to reference common sources in your bibliography Adam. In Gothic Architecture and Its Meanings Architectural History. Dating and Sources'.
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. Year of publication all in round brackets Citation order: Example Bibliography: Adam was even able to take over projects begun by other architects. The National Archives: Salvatore Ciro. Robert Adam. Sample bibliography The bibliography should include sources you have cited in footnotes and any sources you have read but not cited directly.
Alexandrina Buchanan. The bibliography for the works cited in the sample text above would look like this: Salvatore Ciro Nappo. Note that in the footnote citations the authors' names appear with forename then surname.
MHRA referencing style 4. Giles Worsley. Horace Walpole. In the bibliography the authors' names should appear in alphabetical order by surname. Treasures of Britain and Treasures of Ireland. For further information on the MHRA referencing style.
MHRA referencing style Worsley. HTTP forms the set of rules for transferring files text. End-text citations are more commonly known as references. Indirect quotation: A piece of text which you incorporate into your own text by making only minor changes to the wording. Glossary Abstract: A brief summary of an article or a book that also includes its reference information.
Common knowledge: Facts which are generally known. See Section B for more details of how to set out all quotations in your text. The legal protection given to authors which protects them against unauthorised copying of their work. End-text citation: An entry in the reference list at the end of your work which contains the full bibliographical details of information for the in-text citation.
It is not used in the Harvard system. A program with an interface for displaying HTML files. The omission of words from speech or writing. A list of all the sources that you consulted for your work arranged in alphabetical order by author's surname or. A system which allows extensive cross-referencing between related sections of text. Direct quotation: The actual words used by an author. You must always cite and reference the quotation.
For web pages where no author or title is apparent the url of the web page would be used. Harvard author-date system for works having more than three authors.
Address bar: Also known as location or URL bar. A set of three dots. This citation corresponds with the full details of the work title. The abbreviation for hypertext transfer or transport protocol. As shown here. The abbreviation for hypertext markup language — the language used for writing files on the Internet. Glossary Citation: The in-text reference which gives brief details e. A term not used in the Harvard system. Primary source: An original source.
This process is seen as a guarantee of academic quality and is a major distinction between traditional forms of publishing such as books and journals.
Secondary referencing: A piece of work that has been referred to in something you have read. Taking and using another person's thoughts. Examples of secondary sources are textbooks.
Secondary source: Material that is not the original manuscript. A list of references at the end of your assignment which includes the full information for your citations so that the reader can easily identify and retrieve each work journal articles. See p. You must always cite your source when paraphrasing. The full publication details of the work cited. Short citations: Used in Numeric referencing systems. Often known as simply the citation. Another name for round brackets.: Glossary Peer-review: A process used in academic publishing to check that the accuracy and quality of a work intended for publication.
If a work is cited more than once in the text. In the case of copyrighted material. The global computer network which provides a variety of information and communication facilities.
Proper noun: The name of an individual person. A restating of someone else's thoughts or ideas in your own words. The author's draft of a book or article is sent by an editor usually anonymously to experts in the subject. The words or sentences from another information source used within your text see also Direct quotation and Indirect quotation above.
When a work is cited for the first time. Superscript number: The abbreviation for Uniform or Universal Resource Locator. World Wide Web: The extensive information system on the Internet which provides facilities for documents to be connected to other documents by hypertext links. Web page: A hypertext document accessible via the World Wide Web.. Similar to a paraphrase. An exact reproduction word-forword of a sentence. Recommendations for citing and referencing published material. The Chicago manual of style.
American Psychological Association Electronic references. BS The Bluebook: A uniform system of citation Harvard Law Review Association. Modern Language Association of America. British Standards Institution. The challenge of original work. University of Leeds guide. Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development. The University of Chicago Press. American Psychological Association. Oxford Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities.
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Academics and teachers rely on it to guide their students in the skills of referencing information sources and avoiding plagiarism. New sample text passages and reference lists demonstrate the use of information sources in your writing. A comprehensive index guides you quickly to the information you need. It can be used for secondary-school and university assignments through to PhD research and also when writing for publication. There is advice on secondary referencing. This new edition includes clear examples of citations and references for all print and electronic sources.
It details how to reference using Digital Object Identifiers and online article numbers. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Jump to Page. Search inside document. Referencing and avoiding plagiarism When writing a piece of work, whether essay, seminar paper, dissertation, project or article, it is essential that detailed and precise information on all sources consulted is included in your text and in the reference list at the end of your work. Why should I cite and reference sources?
It is also helpful to note the following points: In order to decide if the material you want to use in your Cite them right: What about confidential information? Referencing and avoiding plagiarism If you wish to use source material that is confidential for example, some legal or medical information you must obtain permission from all those who might be affected by its publication.
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