Ordnance Survey 2006 Kingston Upon Hull. Charlie and the chocolate factory. Cite in text: Department of Health, 1998. It is always better to read the original sources of the material if available and reference these. If you need clarification, has additional information. The Qur'an Oxford World's Classics 2004 Translated by M.
You must remove any identifying information in the in-text citation and in the reference list. Salmond, 2014 : Salmond, A. You should include download dates if possible versions are updated and this should be reflected. Year Standard number: Year Title. In: American Finance Association Northeast Regional Conference.
Harvard Reference List Citations for Conference Proceedings Conference proceedings are academic papers or presentations that are created or used for the purpose of a meeting or conference. Otherwise, just give as much of the above information as your streaming service gives or you can find elsewhere the same recording may be available on Amazon for instance. It is possible to replace some missing items with Latin notation: No author — replace author or organisation with Anon, e. It is this position in the reference list rather than the position in the document that determines which letter a citation is given. Cite in text: Kerlow, 1997 Online: Author.
Cardiff Times, 14 May, 10. City published: Publisher, page range. Cite in text: Leggatt, 1992 Cabinet Office. Year of publication Proceedings of Conference Title. When sources are published in the same year, place them in alphabetical order by the title. If the source is incomplete, ask yourself if it is a reliable source to use for academic purposes.
As for an authored book with the addition of ed or eds after editor name s i. Use the full word 'edition' not an abbreviation to distinguish it from the abbreviation for editor : Author s Year Title of book in sentence case: subtitle if present, N o edition. Cite in text: Blexen Ltd v G Percy Trentham Ltd, 1991 Online: Name of parties. Limerick, 10-13 July 2005, 288-299. However this is not usually the case so please check with them if you are unsure. Archival materials are generally collected and housed by organizations, such as universities, libraries, repositories, or historical societies.
Your tutor may prefer that you mention the source in the text, but do not include it in your reference list — clarify this point with your tutor prior to submission. The title of the book, not the chapter needs to be in italics. Other map Map producer Year Title of map, Edition if not first. Cite in text: Swan Lake, 2015 2. Day and month of post. Cite in text: Kennerley and Neely, 2003 Online: Author. Directed by Director name if known.
Browser does not support script. City published: Publisher, Page s. Cite in text: Duran Duran, 2015 Bernstein, L. Google Maps 2014 Humber Dock Marina, Satellite view. If you need clarification, has additional information. The example below is for a printed book. Cite in text: Douglass and Larkin, 2011 If you are quoting from the book, instead of using page numbers, add in the exact time that the words are spoken to help locate the information you are referring to: Douglass and Larkin, 2011: 1:24:35.
The way we reference Acts changed in 1963. It is usualy to keep copies and include them in appendices. For example, if you were referring to the poem Lullaby by Anne Wilkinson, which is published in a collection by Jones and Swift, you would reference and cite it as follows: Jones, E. Fungi, 4 4 Fall, 10-12. The author and date need to be separated by a comma. Dates can often be found in copyright information at the bottom of the page. Philosophy Today, 59 2 , pp.
Browser does not support script. Cite in text: Colling, 2008 Online: Author. For Example 'Claiming to do work which you have not done, or exaggerating its amount, or fabricating results or findings is unforgivable as it strikes at the heart of trust in research' Robson, 2011, p. Harvard University 2009 Episode 02: Putting a price tag on life, Justice: What's the right thing to do? Browser does not support script. There are two steps to acknowledging your sources: citing your references in the text, and listing them at the end of your work.