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Referecing in History

  1. 1. KGSC MODERN HISTORY<br />YEAR 11 REFERENCING GUIDE<br />Monday, 10 May – Period 4a/bMr Cowley<br />
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  3. 3. <ul><li> Plagiarism is an act of cheating.
  4. 4. Plagiarising is often an infringement of copyright law and is thus illegal.
  5. 5. It is not tolerated at any academic level.
  6. 6. At university level, those who plagiarise work of any kind are often expelled.</li></li></ul><li>Reference Lists v. Bibliographies<br />
  7. 7. HAVARD REFERENCING SYSTEM<br />
  8. 8. Referencing a Book in Your Reference List or Bibliography<br />BOOK TITLE<br />In italics followed by a full-stop<br />PUBLISHER<br />Publisher’s name<br />NAMESurname -> comma Initial of first name -> full-stop<br />Cowley, S. 2010. Referencing at KGSC. Brisbane: KGSC History Dept. <br />YEAR<br />Date -> full-stop<br />PLACE OF PUBLICATION<br />City/Town name -> semi-colon<br />
  9. 9. Other Examples<br />MULTIPLE AUTHORS<br />Cowley, S. and Eslick, M. 2010. A Guide to Good Referencing. Brisbane: KGSC History Dept<br />WEB PAGE<br />Leoni, K. The French Revolution [Electronic Version]http://www.frenchrevolution.edu.au/revolution.html(accessed May, 10 2010). <br />EDITED BOOK<br />Kempe, L. 2004. The importance in keeping your uniform tidy. ed. Neumann, R. Brisbane: KGSC Office<br />
  10. 10. Your final list should be in alphabetical order:<br />Reference List<br />Cowley, S. 2010. Referencing at KGSC. Brisbane: KGSC Teachers<br />Cowley, S. and Eslick, M. 2010. A Guide to Good Referencing. Brisbane: KGSC History Dept<br />Kempe, L. 2004. The importance in keeping your uniform tidy. ed. Neumann, R. Brisbane: KGSC Office<br />Leoni, K. The French Revolution [Electronic Version] http://www.frenchrevolution.edu.au/revolution.html (accessed May, 10 2010). <br />
  11. 11. In-Text Referencing<br /><ul><li>Include a reference at the end of a sentence (Cowley, 2010).
  12. 12. Cowley (2010) says that references can be written in the middle of a sentence.
  13. 13. “For direct quotes, use speech marks and state the page number of the source in the reference” (Cowley, 2010:72).</li></ul>Source:Cowley, S. 2010. Referencing at KGSC. Brisbane: KGSC Teachers<br />
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  15. 15. TEXTThe French Revolution is an important part of French history as it represents the end of Feudalism. Old ideas about hierarchy and tradition succumbed to new Enlightenment principles of citizenship and inalienable rights. (PAGE 89)<br />SOURCE: Frey, L. 2004. The French Revolution. London: Greenwood Press<br />PARAPHRASED<br />Frey (2004) argues that the French Revolution characterised the closing stages of Feudalism in France and signified a change in society’s values.<br />QUOTED <br />During the French Revolution “old ideas about hierarchy and tradition succumbed to new Enlightenment principles of citizenship and inalienable rights” (Frey, 2004:89).<br />WHEN USING A DIRECT QUOTE YOU MUST CITE THE PAGE NUMBER THE TEXT IS FROM<br />

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