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Ssrp harvard referencing

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How to reference your research material for your SSRP

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Ssrp harvard referencing

  1. 1. SSRP: HARVARD REFERENCING Today you are going to learn how to reference research items using Harvard Referencing You MUST reference all your research materials otherwise you are plagarising the work of another author.
  2. 2. You will need to reference the films you use like this: - Title of film - Year of distribution (in brackets) - Material type (eg animation) - Director - Format of source [in square brackets] - Distribution company For example: The Colour Purple (1998) Film. Directed by Steven Spielberg [DVD] Warner Bros.
  3. 3. You will need to reference books with 1 author like this: - Familyl surname, Initials - (publication year in brackets) - Book title- italicised - Series title and volume if applicable - Edition - Place of publication For example Noble, A (2005) Mexican National Cinema. Routledge
  4. 4. You will need to reference books with editors like this: - Familyl surname, Initials (ed or eds) - (publication year in brackets) - Book title- italicised - Series title and volume if applicable - Edition - Place of publication For example Aaron, M. (ed). (2004) New Queer Cinema. A Critical Reader. Edinburgh University Press
  5. 5. You need to reference a chapter in an edited book like this: - Familyl surname, initials of the author writing the chapter - (publication year in brackets) - Title of chapter. - In: family/ surname, initials of author/ editor of book - Book title italicised - Series title/ volume if applicable - Edition - Publisher For example Wallenberg, L. (2004) New Black Queer Cinema in Aaron, M (ed) New Queer Cinema: A Critical Fleader. Edinburgh University Press
  6. 6. You need to reference websites like this: - Author of website familyl surname, initials or website name if no author - Year (in brackets) - Title of website italicised - [online] - Available from: URL - Accessed: [date in square brackets] For example BBC News. (2008) Factory gloom worst since 1980. [online] Available from: http: //news. bbc. co. uk/1/hi/ business/7681569.stm. [Accessed: 19"‘ June 2012]
  7. 7. You need to reference magazine articles like this: - Familyl surname initials of author - Year and month (in brackets) - Title of article - Magazine article is from - Page number(s) For example Romanek, M. (June 2014) The Coppola Conversation. Empire Magazine p138—140

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