Info Skills Citing References:  Books with 3 or more Authors Use LH and RH cursor  to go forward/back on  slide presentation
To the right is the title page of a book. Almost all of the information needed to build a citation can be found on this pa...
To the right is the title page of a book. Almost all of the information needed to build a citation can be found on this pa...
To the right is the title page of a book. Almost all of the information needed to build a citation can be found on this pa...
To the right is the title page of a book. Almost all of the information needed to build a citation can be found on this pa...
To the right is the title page of a book. Almost all of the information needed to build a citation can be found on this pa...
Citing References>Books with  3 or More Authors Next, the citation will need to give the year of publication. Even though ...
Citing References>Books with  3 or More Authors Next, the citation will need to give the year of publication. Even though ...
Citing References>Books with  3 or More Authors Next, the citation will need to give the year of publication. Even though ...
Citing References>Books with  3 or More Authors Next follows the  title  and (if there is one) the  sub-title  of the book...
Citing References>Books with  3 or More Authors Next follows the  title  and (if there is one) the  sub-title  of the book...
Citing References>Books with  3 or More Authors In this instance, the title is  You and your action research project .  Th...
Citing References>Books with  3 or More Authors Lastly, the reference will need to say  where   and by  whom  (person or o...
Citing References>Books with  3 or More Authors Lastly, the reference will need to say  where   and by  whom  (person or o...
Citing References>Books with  3 or More Authors Lastly, the reference will need to say  where   and by  whom  (person or o...
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  1. 1. Info Skills Citing References: Books with 3 or more Authors Use LH and RH cursor to go forward/back on slide presentation
  2. 2. To the right is the title page of a book. Almost all of the information needed to build a citation can be found on this page or on the reverse side. Citing References>Books with 3 or more Authors
  3. 3. To the right is the title page of a book. Almost all of the information needed to build a citation can be found on this page or on the reverse side. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors To begin with we need to identify an author or authors. Authors can be a person (or persons) or organisations. In this instance, there are three authors: Jean McNiff, Pamela Lomax and Jack Whitehead. In our Harvard reference list, their names would be written as:
  4. 4. To the right is the title page of a book. Almost all of the information needed to build a citation can be found on this page or on the reverse side. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors To begin with we need to identify an author or authors. Authors can be a person (or persons) or organisations. In this instance, there are three authors: Jean McNiff, Pamela Lomax and Jack Whitehead. In our Harvard reference list, their names would be written as: McNiff, J., Lomax, P. and Whitehead, J.
  5. 5. To the right is the title page of a book. Almost all of the information needed to build a citation can be found on this page or on the reverse side. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors To begin with we need to identify an author or authors. Authors can be a person (or persons) or organisations. In this instance, there are three authors: Jean McNiff, Pamela Lomax and Jack Whitehead. In our Harvard reference list, their names would be written as: McNiff, J., Lomax, P. and Whitehead, J. Note that within the text “et al” replaces the 2nd and subsequent authors’ names: so, “McNiff et al (1996) suggest …….”
  6. 6. To the right is the title page of a book. Almost all of the information needed to build a citation can be found on this page or on the reverse side. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors To begin with we need to identify an author or authors. Authors can be a person (or persons) or organisations. In this instance, there are three authors: Jean McNiff, Pamela Lomax and Jack Whitehead. In our Harvard reference list, their names would be written as: McNiff, J., Lomax, P. and Whitehead, J. Note also that first name(s) are always given as initials, even if the original document gives the first name(s) in full.
  7. 7. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors Next, the citation will need to give the year of publication. Even though this may not be on the main title page, the year is still always the second item of information given in a Harvard format reference. In this instance, you will need to look on the reverse of the title page to find the date. It is 1996 . So, in our Harvard reference list, our reference now reads:
  8. 8. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors Next, the citation will need to give the year of publication. Even though this may not be on the main title page, the year is still always the second item of information given in a Harvard format reference. In this instance, you will need to look on the reverse of the title page to find the date. It is 1996 . So, in our Harvard reference list, our reference now reads: McNiff, J., Lomax, P. and Whitehead, J., 1996.
  9. 9. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors Next, the citation will need to give the year of publication. Even though this may not be on the main title page, the year is still always the second item of information given in a Harvard format reference. In this instance, you will need to look on the reverse of the title page to find the date. It is 1996 . So, in our Harvard reference list, our reference now reads: McNiff, J., Lomax, P. and Whitehead, J., 1996. Note the full stops and commas that separate each element.
  10. 10. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors Next follows the title and (if there is one) the sub-title of the book. This information is always on the main title page. In this instance, the title is You and your action research project . There is no subtitle. So, our reference now reads:
  11. 11. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors Next follows the title and (if there is one) the sub-title of the book. This information is always on the main title page. In this instance, the title is You and your action research project . There is no subtitle. So, our reference now reads: McNiff, J., Lomax, P. and Whitehead, J., 1996. You and your action research project.
  12. 12. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors In this instance, the title is You and your action research project . There is no subtitle. So, our reference now reads: McNiff, J., Lomax, P. and Whitehead, J., 1996. You and your action research project. Note that book titles (and sub-titles) are typed in italics (or, if written by hand, underlined). Next follows the title and (if there is one) the sub-title of the book. This information is always on the main title page.
  13. 13. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors Lastly, the reference will need to say where and by whom (person or organisation) the book was published In this instance, the place of publication is London . If there is more than one city listed, give the first one (or the location of the publishers’ head office). The book was published by Routledge Falmer. So, our complete reference now reads:
  14. 14. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors Lastly, the reference will need to say where and by whom (person or organisation) the book was published In this instance, the place of publication is London . If there is more than one city listed, give the first one (or the location of the publishers’ head office). The book was published by Routledge Falmer. So, our complete reference now reads: McNiff, J., Lomax, P. and Whitehead, J., 1996. You and your action research project. London: Routledge Falmer.
  15. 15. Citing References>Books with 3 or More Authors Lastly, the reference will need to say where and by whom (person or organisation) the book was published In this instance, the place of publication is London . If there is more than one city listed, give the first one (or the location of the publishers’ head office). The book was published by Routledge Falmer. So, our complete reference now reads: McNiff, J., Lomax, P. and Whitehead, J., 1996. You and your action research project. London: Routledge Falmer. The place and the publisher are separated by a colon ‘:’.

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