Citation and Paraphrasing Section

Topics: Citation, Bibliography, Publishing Pages: 6 (1308 words) Published: September 18, 2013
Referencing
Webpage

How to cite in your bibliography
Surname, Initial., (Year) Title of Webpage in Italics, Available at: (full web address), (date accessed: dd/mm/yy)

HINT: If there is no clear author of the website use the ‘corporate author’ instead i.e. the organisation behind the website (e.g. NSPCC, TDA, DCFS) HINT: If there is no clear date on the website (have you checked for a ‘last updated’ date or a ‘copyright’© date?) then you can write No Date.

Example:
NSPCC, (2009) NSPCC response to 21st Century Schools: A World Class Education for Every Child, Available at: http://www.nspcc.org.uk/Inform/policyandpublicaffairs/Consultations/2009/21stCenturySchools_wdf64379.pdf, (accessed: 15/06/09)

Journal articles – book reviews

HINT: Some Journals also contain book review sections. If you wish to cite something from one of these reviews use the following format:

How to cite in your bibliography
Author of the review, (Year) Title of the book being reviewed, by Author of book, Reviewed in: Title of journal review is published in, Vol (part no.), pp

Example:
Publisher’s Weekly, (2003) Beegu, by Alexis Deacon, Reviewed in: Publisher’s Weekly, 250(36), pp74-75 For details of how to cite a quotation or paraphrase in the text of your essay, see the Quoting and Paraphrasing section. Harvard Bibliography Example

Adorno, T. W., (1954) 'How to Look at Television', The Quarterly of Film Radio and Television, 8 (3) pp.213-235 Cottrell, S., (2010) Skills for Success: The Personal Development Planning Handbook, 2nd edition, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (first published: 2005) Dahl, S., (2007) 'Turnitin®', Active Learning in Higher Education, 8 (2) pp.173-191, Available at: http://alh.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/8/2/173 (accessed: 24 Sep 2011) Hargreaves, S., (2007) Study Skills for Dyslexic Students, London: SAGE Hussain, S. B., (2004) Encyclopaedia of Capitalism, New York: Facts On File Jones, D. C., (2011) 'Thinking Critically about Digital Literacy: A Learning Sequence on Pens, Pages, and Pixels', Digital Literacy, Available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&AN=24910887&site=ehost-live. (accessed: 24 Sep 2011) Kakkonen, T. & M. Mozgovoy, (2010) 'Hermetic and Web Plagiarism Detection Systems for Student essays—An Evaluation of the State-of-the-Art', Journal of Educational Computing Research, 42 (2) pp.135-159 Books with One Author

How to cite in your bibliography
Surname, Initial., (Year published) Title of Book in Italics, Place of Publication: Publisher

Example:
Smith, J., (2003) Early Years Teaching, London: Routledge

For details of how to cite a quotation or paraphrase in the text of your essay, see the Quoting and Paraphrasing section.

Books with Two Authors

How to cite in your bibliography
Surname, Initial., & Initial. Surname, (Year) Title of Book in Italics, Place of Publication: Publisher

Example:
Chazan, M., & A. F. Laing, (1982) Children with Special Needs, Milton Keynes: Open University Press

For details of how to cite a quotation or paraphrase in the text of your essay, see the Quoting and Paraphrasing section.

Books with Three or more Authors (print)

How to cite in your bibliography
Surname, Initial., Initial. Surname, & Initial. Surname, (Year) Title of Book in Italics, Place of Publication: Publisher.

HINT: Follow the model for 2 authors but list every author with a comma in between each one and a ‘and’ between the last two authors.

Example:
Goodman, S., T. Lillis, J. Maybin, & N. Mercer, (2003) Language, Literacy and Education: A Reader, Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books

For details of how to cite a quotation or paraphrase in the text of your essay, see the Quoting and Paraphrasing section.

More than one book by the same author

If you would like to cite two or more books by the same author, as long as these are published in a different year this is not an issue in Harvard...

Bibliography: Hargreaves, S., (2007) Study Skills for Dyslexic Students, London: SAGE
Hussain, S
Smith, J., (2003) Early Years Teaching, London: Routledge
For details of how to cite a quotation or paraphrase in the text of your essay, see the Quoting and Paraphrasing section.
Chazan, M., & A. F. Laing, (1982) Children with Special Needs, Milton Keynes: Open University Press
For details of how to cite a quotation or paraphrase in the text of your essay, see the Quoting and Paraphrasing section.
Hoskyns, B., (2009) Lowside of the Road: A Life of Tom Waits. London: Faber
Hoskyns, B., (ed.) (2003) The Sound and the Fury: 40 years of classic rock journalism, London: Bloomsbury
Example:
Atkinson, D., (ed.) (1989) The Children’s Bookroom: Reading and the Use of Books, Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Books
Example:
Horowitz, A., (2003) Return to Groosham Grange, London: Walker Books (Originally published as: The Unholy Grail, first published: 1999)
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