Table of Contents

  1. How to use this manual
  2. Introduction
  3. In-text referencing in an essay or dissertation
    1. 1.1 Single author name not included in the text
    2. 1.2 Single author name included within the text
    3. 1.3 Giving page numbers
    4. 1.4 Short quotations
    5. 1.5 Long quotations
    6. 1.6 Work with two authors
    7. 1.7 Work with three authors or more
    8. 1.8 Work with no known author
    9. 1.9 Work with no known publication date
    10. 1.10 Multiple works by the same author
    11. 1.11 Multiple works by the same author published
    12. 1.12 Information found in more than one source
    13. 1.13 Secondary reference
    14. 1.14 Official publication or work with a corporate author
    15. 1.15 Newspaper article
    16. 1.16 Website or web page on the Internet
    17. 1.17 Encyclopaedia or dictionary
    18. 1.18 Table or graph
    19. 1.19 Picture or photograph
    20. 1.20 Film or television programme
    21. 1.21 Lecture
    22. 1.22 Personal communication
  4. The full reference list
    1. 2.1 Book title page
    2. 2.2 Book with a single author
    3. 2.3 Book with two authors
    4. 2.4 Book with three authors or more
    5. 2.5 Book with one or more editor(s)
    6. 2.6 Chapter in an edited book
    7. 2.7 Translated text
    8. 2.8 Journal article
    9. 2.9 Newspaper article
    10. 2.10 Website or web page on the Internet
    11. 2.11 E-book or book accessed through a bibliographic database
    12. 2.12 E-journal or journal accessed through a database
    13. 2.13 E-mail message
    14. 2.14 Online image or photograph
    15. 2.15 Map
    16. 2.16 Film, DVD or video recording
    17. 2.17 Television programme
    18. 2.18 Official publication or work with a corporate author
    19. 2.19 Conference paper
    20. 2.20 Thesis or dissertation
    21. 2.21 Lecture
    22. 2.22 Example of a reference list
    23. 2.23 Ten tips for good referencing
    24. 2.24 Templates to record reference sources