Cite Them Right
Publication Date: 2016-05-20
All assignments need to include correct references: this book shows you how. Cite them right is the renowned guide to referencing and avoiding plagiarism. It is an essential resource for every student and author, providing clear and comprehensive coverage of a crucial part of academic study. Now in its tenth edition, the book continues to provide detailed examples for all print and electronic sources, business, government, technical and legal publications, works of art and images. Key features: • Cite any information source, from ancient texts to Instagram • Examples are given in Harvard, APA, MHRA, MLA, OSCOLA, Vancouver and Chicago referencing styles • Simplified advice on referencing online publications • More sources now covered, including mood boards, clipart, Instagram and public inquiries • Guidance on what is plagiarism and how to avoid it
The Complete Guide to Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism
Publication Date: 2010
This excellent new edition of The Complete Guide to Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism continues to demystify the referencing process and provide essential guidance to make sure you are not committing plagiarism.
Note: examples of reference styles are not identical to the Harvard style used for Social Science & Business, so use as a guide only.
|The Harvard Referencing Style
||Referencing is a very important part of all academic work. It provides the reader with the sources for any ideas, information or quotations you have used in your arguments and discussion. The prefered style required by the Faculty of Art, Design & the Built Environment is the Harvard Style. See the ADBE Harvard Guide for all the rules.
Any referencing style has two main elements, how the reference is cited in the text and how the references are arranged at the end of the work. The important point to always remember is that the reader of your work should be provided with enough detail to enable them to find the original source to confirm the information you have used in your work. Clicking on the Tabs above will give you some guidance.