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REFERENCING IN THE REFERENCE LIST

¡ Arrange all references in alphabetical order by authorís surname.

¡ All references are given only once, regardless of how often the work has been referred to.

¡ Different works by the same author are listed chronologically.

Example:

¡ Murphy, A. (2000).

¡ Murphy, A. (2001).

¡ Murphy, A. (2007).

¡ Different works by the same author and published in the same year are listed by lower case letters after the year (2010a, 2010b, 2010c).

Example:

¡ Brown, K. (2000a). Nutritional awareness and food preferences of young consumers. Nutrition and Food Science, 30 (5), 230-235.

¡ Brown, K. (2000b). Young consumersí food preferences within selected sectors of the hospitality spectrum. Journal of Consumer Studies and Home Economics, 24 (2), 104-112.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Authorís surname, INITIALS. (Year of publication). Article title. Journal Title, Volume number and (issue number), first and last pages separated by a hyphen.

Example:

Brown, K. (2000). Nutritional awareness and food preferences of young consumers. Nutrition and Food Science, 30 (5), 230-235.

 

REFERENCE TO A JOURNAL ARTICLE LOCATED IN A DATABASE

Authorís Surname, INITIALS. (Year of publication). Article title. Journal Title, Volume, (issue number), page numbers (if available). Available from: URL [Accessed Date]

Example:

McFall, R. (2005). Electronic textbooks that transform how textbooks are used. Electronic Library, 15 (6) 253-268????. Available from: http://www.emeraldinsight.com [Accessed 20/03/10].

 

REFERENCE TO E-JOURNALS

Authorís Surname, INITIALS. (Year). Title. Journal Title, volume, (issue), page numbers (if available). Available from: URL [Accessed Date].

Example:

Korb, K.B. (1995). Persons and things: book review of Bringsjord on Robot-Consciousness. Psychology, 6 (15). Available from: http://psycprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/ [Accessed 20/05/08].

 

 

BOOKS

Authorís surname(s), INITIALS. (Year of publication). Title, Edition (if more than one), Place of publication: Name of publisher.

Example:

Fellows, J. and Fellows, R. (1990). Building for Hospitality, Principles of Care and Design For Accommodation Managers, 2nd ed. London: Pitman.

 

REFERENCE TO A BOOK LOCATED IN A DATABASE

Authorís/Editorís Surname, INITIALS. (Year of publication). Title, Edition (if more than one). Place of publication: Publisher (if ascertainable). Available from: URL [Accessed date].

Example:

Moloney, K. (2000). Rethinking Public Relations: the Spin and the Substance. London: Routledge. Available from: http://site.ebrary.com [Accessed 22/06/10].

 

REFERENCE TO A CONTRIBUTION IN AN EDITED BOOK

 

Contributing authorís Surname, INITIALS. (Year of publication). Title of contribution. Followed by In: Surname, INITIALS., of author or editor of publication followed by ed. or eds. if relevant. Title of book. Place of publication: Publisher, Page number(s) of contribution.



 

Example:

Bantz, C.R. (1995). Social Dimensions of Software Development. In: Anderson, J.A., ed. Annual Review of Software Management and Development. Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 502-510.

 

WEB SITES

Authorís/Editorís Surname, INITIALS. (Year). Title, Place of publication: Publisher (if ascertainable). Available from:URL [Accessed date].

Example:

Murphy, J. (2006). Qualitative Research. London, National Centre for Social Research. Available from: http://www.natcen.ac.uk/ [Accessed 14/09/09].

 

NEWSPAPERS

Authorís Surname, INITIALS. (or Newspaper Title). (Year of publication). Title of article. Title of newspaper, Day and Month, Page number/s and column number.

Example:

Taylor, D. (2007). Soaring Food Prices. Independent, 4 July, 23a.

REFERENCE TO A THESIS

Authorís surname, INITIALS. (Year of publication). Title of thesis. Designation, (and type). Name of institution to which submitted.

Example:

Murphy, D.J. (2007). The Effects of Fat Emulsions on Cholesterol Levels. Thesis, (PhD). University of Stirling.

REFERENCE TO A GOVERNMENT PUBLICATION

Name of issuing body. (Year of publication). Title of publication. Place of publication: Publisher, Report Number (where relevant).

Example:

Department of Trade and Industry. (1992). The Single Market: Europe Open for Professions. London: HMSO.

 

REFERENCE TO A VIDEO, FILM ETC.

Title. (Year). (For films the preferred date is the year of release in the country where it was produced). Material designation. Subsidiary originator. (Optional but director is preferred) Production details Ė place: organisation.

Example:

Birds in the Garden. (1998). Video. London: Harper Videos.

REFERENCE TO A TELEVISION PROGRAMME

Title of programme. (Year of publication). Name of channel, date of transmission (date/month/time).

Example:

Coronation Street, 2007. ITV1. 25 November. 19.30 hrs.

REFERENCE TO A BLOG

Authorís Surname, INITIALS. (Day/Month/Year). Subject of message. Blog title. Available from: list email address [Accessed date].

Example:

Schofield, J. (20/08/09). Yahoo is Winning in the Portal Wars. GU Technologyblog. Available from http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/technology/ [Accessed 22/08/09].

 

REFERENCE TO A COMPUTER PROGRAM

Authorís surname, INITIALS. (Date, if given). Title of program. Version (in brackets) [type of medium e.g. computer program]. Place of Publication: Publisher.

Example:

Thomson ResearchSoft. (2009). Endnote. (10. 3. 1) [computer program]. Stamford, Conn.: Thomson ResearchSoft.

 

 


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