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How to reference

  1. 1. Understanding Book & Journal References Institute of Lifelong Learning
  2. 2. Introduction  There are various referencing systems. The Institute’s of Lifelong Learning preferred referencing system is the Harvard System and you must adhere to it throughout your coursework!  We will look at the content of 3 common references that you may see on your reading list: - Book - Book Chapter - Journal Article  and how to go about locating each of the above on the Library catalogue.  Each reference will contain the same bibliographic information that you will need to include in your bibliography when writing an assignment.
  3. 3. Understanding Book References  Roberts, J. (2004) Environmental policy. London: Routledge.
  4. 4. Author  Roberts, J. (2004) Environmental policy. London: Routledge.
  5. 5. Date of Publication  Roberts, J. (2004) Environmental policy. London: Routledge.
  6. 6. Title of the book  Roberts, J. (2004) Environmental policy. London: Routledge.
  7. 7. Place of Publication  Roberts, J. (2004) Environmental policy. London: Routledge.
  8. 8. Name of Publisher  Roberts, J. (2004) Environmental policy. London: Routledge.
  9. 9. Locating on the catalogue • Roberts, J. (2004) Environmental policy. London: Routledge. To locate this item on the library catalogue use the Combined Author and Title search, enter the Authors surname and the first keyword of the title i.e.
  10. 10. Reference for a Book Chapter  Stedman-Jones, S. (1998) ‘Fact/value’ in Jenks, C. (ed.) Core sociological dichotomies. London: Sage, pp. 7-14.
  11. 11. Chapter Author  Stedman-Jones, S. (1998) ‘Fact/value’ in Jenks, C. (ed.) Core sociological dichotomies. London: Sage, pp. 7-14.
  12. 12. Book Author  Stedman-Jones, S. (1998) ‘Fact/value’ in Jenks, C. (ed.) Core sociological dichotomies. London: Sage, pp. 7-14.
  13. 13. Chapter Title • Stedman-Jones, S. (1998) ‘Fact/value’ in Jenks, C. (ed.) Core sociological dichotomies. London: Sage, pp. 7-14.
  14. 14. Book Title  Stedman-Jones, S. (1998) ‘Fact/value’ in Jenks, C. (ed.) Core sociological dichotomies. London: Sage, pp. 7-14.
  15. 15. Locating on the catalogue • Stedman-Jones, S. (1998) ‘Fact/value’ in Jenks, C. (ed.) Core sociological dichotomies. London: Sage, pp. 7-14. To locate this item on the library catalogue you will need to search for the author and title of the book, NOT the author and title of the chapter.
  16. 16. Journal Reference  Reay,D (2002) ‘Class authenticity and the transition to higher education for mature students’, Sociological Review, 50(3), pp. 398-418.
  17. 17. Author of Article  Reay,D (2002) ‘Class authenticity and the transition to higher education for mature students’, Sociological Review, 50(3), pp. 398-418.
  18. 18. Year of Publication  Reay,D (2002) ‘Class authenticity and the transition to higher education for mature students’, Sociological Review, 50(3), pp. 398-418.
  19. 19. Article Title  Reay,D (2002) ‘Class authenticity and the transition to higher education for mature students’, Sociological Review, 50(3), pp. 398-418.
  20. 20. Journal Title  Reay,D (2002) ‘Class authenticity and the transition to higher education for mature students’, Sociological Review, 50(3), pp. 398-418.
  21. 21. Volume & (Issue)  Reay,D (2002) ‘Class authenticity and the transition to higher education for mature students’, Sociological Review, 50(3), pp. 398-418.
  22. 22. Page Numbers  Reay,D (2002) ‘Class authenticity and the transition to higher education for mature students’, Sociological Review, 50(3), pp. 398-418.
  23. 23. Locating Journals on the catalogue  Use Leicester e-link if you already know the details of a journal article and want to check if it’s available electronically.  If an article is not available electronically, check the Library catalogue to see if it’s in print. You will need to search for the title of the Journal first, NOT the title of the article.
  24. 24. Use Leicester e-link to check e-journals
  25. 25. Questions Institute of Lifelong Learning

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