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difference BeTWeen reference lisT & BiBliograPHY x reference lisT feaTUres x aPPlicaTions x WHaT is referencing? When you write an assignment at university, you are required to refer to the work of other authors. Each time you do so, it is necessary to identify their work by making reference to it both in the text of your assignment and in a list at the end of your assignment. This practice of acknowledging authors is known as referencing. x WHaT is referencing? References must be provided...

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Reference Type

September 2011 Factsheet 4 Creating a Bibliography and Citing References This factsheet can be made available in alternative formats. Please make your request at the Library Help desk, telephone 01642 342100 or email libraryhelp@tees.ac.uk It is important whenever you carry out a piece of research for an essay, project or an assignment to include details of any sources of information you have used. Whenever you quote from or paraphrase work written by another author, you must acknowledge...

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reference for apa style

 References According to the APA Style, 5th edition The APA style consists of rules and conventions for formatting term papers, journal articles, books, etc., in the behavioural and social sciences. This user guide explains how to cite references in APA style, both within the text of a paper and in a reference list, and gives examples of commonly used types of references. Reference Citations in the Text: Single author: Use the author's last name, year. (Morse, 1996) OR Morse (1996) showed...

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The Importance of Reference and Cite

ideas but on the quality of their research, reading, and the ability to establish a discussion to answer a specific question. If they use someone else’s idea in their assignment (by using their own words or making a quotation), they must cite and reference the source. Foreign students who come studying in Britain may be surprised by this working method. The importance of citation and referencing in all academic submission will be discussed in the first part of this essay. Then, the essential characteristics...

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Cu Harvard Reference

A Short Guide to the Coventry University Harvard Reference Style The Coventry University’s Harvard Reference Style is the recommended format for documenting all the sources you use in your academic writing. The golden rule when documenting sources is to be transparent. Ask yourself whether you could find the passage/image/publication/web site address with the information you have provided. To download a full guide on using the CU Harvard Reference Style, visit www.coventry.ac.uk/caw and follow the...

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APA Reference Guide

Citation and Reference Guide: • Citations o in the body of your paper o 3 items that have to be cited Word-for-word quotations Paraphrased content - in your own words Summarized content - in your own words Citation Type First item in parentheses Author(s)’ last name(s) Second item in parentheses Year of publication Paraphrase Author(s)’ last name(s) Year of publication Summarize Author(s)’ last name(s) Year of publication Quotation Third item in ...

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Apa Reference Guide

Reference list The APA style guide prescribes that the Reference section, bibliographies and other lists of names should be accumulated by surname first, and mandates inclusion of surname prefixes. For example, "Martin de Rijke" should be sorted as "De Rijke, M." and "Saif Al Falasi" should be sorted as "Al-Falasi, S." (The preference for Arabic names now is to hyphenate the prefix so that it remains with the surname.) Book by one author • Sheril, R. D. (1956). The terrifying future: Contemplating...

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The Chicago Reference Style

² More information about electronic sources can be found on the Chicago Manual’s Q & A Web page.³ Examples are based on: 1. The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th ed. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003), chap. 16. (hereafter cited as CMS). Reference Z 253 Chi 2003 2. CMS, chap. 17. 3. University of Chicago, “The Chicago Manual of Style Q & A,” University of Chicago, http://www.press.uchicago.edu/Misc/Chicago/cmosfaq/cmosfaq.html 1. Humanities style – Notation system (using endnotes) All...

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Teacher Reference Book Analysis

Eylül Sözen NOUNS AND PRONOUNS The Reference Grammar Project, which is conducted by Saymaz and Sözen probing five different Teacher Reference books, does mainly aim to help those, who have intention of further research and examination about nouns and pronouns, find relative sources for their own teaching sessions. Following the basic examination of the subject “Nouns and Pronouns” (Chapter A), the teacher reference books that have been utilized will be put in comparison and...

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References chem 222

References 1.) Lehman, John. Operational Organic Chemistry, 3rd Edition. Experiment 4 (pp. 38-45; 680-687; 644-650), Prentice-Hall, 1999. 2.) Laboratory Reference Manual: Experiment 3. Retrieved from: http://academic.reed.edu/chemistry/alan/201_202/lab_manual/expt_salicylic_acid/background.html 3.) Lab 5: Synthesis of Salicylic Acid. Retrieved from: http://academic.evergreen.edu/curricular/whatscookin/Lab%20five%20%20methyl%20saliclate.htm 4.) Handout: Synthesis of Salicylic Acid. Retrieved...

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