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  • 1. An Introduction to Referencing
  • 2. Why reference?
    • Acknowledge works that you’ve used i.e. give authors credit
    • Helps readers trace the source of information that you have used
    • Avoid plagiarism!
    • Meet assessment requirements
  • 3. Spot the components…
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  • 6. The Basics
    • ELECTRONIC
    • As much as you can from the other columns!
    • Date Accessed
    • URL
    • JOURNAL
    • Author
    • Year published
    • Title of article
    • Volume
    • Part
    • Page
    • BOOK
    • Author
    • Year published
    • Title
    • Edition
    • Place of publication
    • Name of publisher
  • 7. There are a few styles …
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  • 11. Green, J. (1998) All dressed up: Sixties and the counter-culture, London: Jonathan Cape Ltd APA Harvard Green, J., 1998 All Dressed Up: Sixties and the Counter-Culture, Jonathan Cape Ltd, London Green, J. 1998. All Dressed Up: Sixties and the Counter-Culture. London: Jonathan Cape Chicago Green, Jonathan. All Dressed Up: Sixties and the Counter-Culture. London: Jonathan Cape, 1998. MLA
  • 12. Finally…
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  • 14. The Bibliography
    • Is inserted at the end of your work before appendices
    • Contains everything that you have referenced and cited in your assignment
    • Is listed in alphabetical order by author regardless of format
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