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References The reference page would have References centered at the top of the page See comments below to assist in your academic writing These would all be in alphabetical order by last name of the first author Doherty, A. (1998). Managing our human resources: A review of organizational behaviour in sport. Sport Management Review, 1 , 1-24. To get the hanging indent on subsequent lines, click on View in the menu bar & then on the Ruler button. After typing out the first reference that goes beyond one line, place your cursor at the beginning of line two. Go up to the ruler & place your cursor over the indent slider (looks a bit like a sand timer). The lower half will be the hanging indent, which you’ll drag over to the ½ inch line. After that, each time you type page the first line, it will automatically indent Misener, K.E, & Misener, L. (2017). Grey is the new black: Advancing understanding of new organizational forms and blurring sector boundaries in sport management. Journal of Sport Management, 31, 125-132. King, D.L., Case, C.J. & Premo, K.M. (2014). Does company size affect mission statement content? Academy of Strategic Management Journal, 13 (1), 21- 33. Van Mullem, P. & Brunner, D. (2013). Developing a successful coaching philosophy: A step by step approach. Journal for Physical and Sport Educators, 26(3), 29- 34. In-text citation – include all authors (special rules you can see below for more than 5 authors). For paraphrases, where you present your words from someone else’s thoughts, you need author & year. For a direct quote, which only should be used for special roles & make a specific point in your writing, you need to add the page number. Paraphrase (Savage & Torgler, 2012). –
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