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Step 3: Discuss your ideas with another student.

 

Exercise 17. Which of these pieces of information do you think you need for a bibliography or reference?
1. author's surname and initial 7. page of direct quotes only
2. chapter title of all books used 8. place of publication
3. full address of the publisher 9. title of the book
4. full name of the author 10. year of publication
5. name of the publisher 11. year of reprint
6. page of all references  
         

Exercise 18. Look at the bibliographical entry in the box below. Match the labels 1-10 with the elements of the bibliographical entry a-j.

Adams, W. M. (1999). Sustainability. In P. Cloke, P. Crang & M. Goodwin (Eds.), Introducing human geographies (pp. 125-129). London: Arnold.

 

1.title of article 6. editor's surname
2.name of publisher 7. place of publication
3.date of publication 8. author's initials
4.author's surname 9. other editors
5.title of book 10. shows book is a collection of articles

 

Exercise 19. Study the bibliography and check that it has been set out appropriately.

Anderson, J. A. (2002, February 5). Going where the big guys don't. BusinessWeek. Retrieved from www.businessweek.com.

 

Cottrell, S. (2008). The study skills handbook. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Leki, I., & Carson, J. (1997). Completely different worlds: EAP and the writing experiences of ESL students in university courses. TESOL Quarterly, 31(1), 39-69.

 

Exercise 20. There are some problems with the bibliography below. Identify the problems with each entry. Check your answers in small groups.

Alan Bilham-Boult et al. 1999. People, Places and Themes. Heinemann, pp. 17-22

 

'Africa Recovery' E. Harch (2003). [online]. Available from: www.africarecovery.org Accessed 18 May 2004

 

P. Newman, Transport: reducing automobile dependence. In D. Satterwaite (ed.) The Earthscan Reader in Sustainable Cities. Earthscan Publications pp 67-92 (1999)

Exercise 21. Correct the mistakes in the following exercise. Make the smallest number of changes necessary to make a correct in-text citation.

 

1. According to Wong (2015, p.16), he states that the Internet is a useful research tool.

2. Wong (2015, p.16), he states that the Internet is a useful research tool.

3. Wong (2015, p.16) says that the Internet is a useful research tool.

4. Wong (2015, p.16) state that the Internet is a useful research tool.

5. Wong, D. (2015, p.16), states that the Internet is a useful research tool.

6. 'The Internet is a useful research tool', Wong (2015, p.16).

7. Wong (2015, p.16) claims that the Internet is a useful research tool.



Wong (January 1, 2015, p.16) claims that the Internet is a useful research tool.

 


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