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Other types of publications The three examples above cover the most common publication types.You may also wish to refer to other types of publications, including Ph D dissertations, translated works, newspaper articles, dictionary or encyclopaedia entries or legal or historical texts.In the 'author, date' system (often referred to as the 'Harvard' system) very brief details of the source from which a discussion point or piece of factual information is drawn are included in the text.Full details of the source are then given in a reference list or bibliography at the end of the text.Note that in this example reference has been made to a specific point within a very long text (in this instance a book) and so a page number has been added.This gives the reader the opportunity to find the particular place in the text where the point referred to is made.

It is often the name which is written on the spine of the volume, and if you remember this it may be easier for you to remember which is the appropriate title to highlight.The same general principles apply to the referencing of all published sources, but for specific conventions consult your departmental handbook or your tutor, or look at the more detailed reference books listed in the Further reading section of this guide.Referencing web pages The internet is increasingly used as a source of information and it is just as important to reference internet sources as it is to reference printed sources.They also expect their personal information will be looked after.

However this trust is often abused as our special investigation into one of Britain’s biggest internet dating companies has found.Book references The simplest format, for a book reference, is given first; it is the full reference for one of the works quoted in the examples above.