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Lecture 26 Referencing (cont’d)
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Harvard Referencing Referencing a) In-text citations b) Reference List
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WORKS CITED BOOK IN A SERIES: Bloom, Harold, Modern Critical Views ed. André Malraux. New York: Chelsea House, 1988. Print. . ARTICLE IN A JOURNAL: Article retrieved in print/paper format Ferrer, Ada. "Cuba 1898: Rethinking Race, Nation, and Empire." Radical History Review 73 (1999): 22-49. Print. Article retrieved on the Web Sehmby, Dalbir S. "Wrestling and Popular Culture." CCLWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 4.1 (2002): n. pag. Web. 29 Mar. 2009.
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WORKS CITED Article retrieved in a library database Brennan, Katherine Stern. "Culture in the Cities: Provincial Academies during the Early Years of Louis XIV's Reign." Canadian Journal of History 38.1 (2003): 19-42. CBCA Complete. Web. 29 Mar. 2004. ARTICLE IN A NEWSPAPER OR MAGAZINE: Semenak, Susan. "Feeling Right at Home: Government Residence Eschews Traditional Rules." Montreal Gazette 28 Dec. 1995, Final Ed.: A4. Print. AN ENTIRE WEB SITE: Linder, Douglas O. Famous Trials. Univ. of Missouri Kansas-City Law School, 2009. Web. 29 Apr. 2009.
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WORKS CITED A PAGE ON A WEB SITE: An entry for a non-periodical item found on the Web contains the following: Last name, First name. "Document title if available." Title of the overall Web site . Version or edition if available. Publisher or N.p. to designate no publisher, publication date or n.d. to mean no date. Web. Date of access. "Joyce Wieland." Celebrating Women's Achievements: Women Artists in Canada. National Library of Canada, 2000. Web. 29 Mar. 2004.
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