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Unformatted text preview: Referencing Guide How do you reference? There are a number of different methods of citing and listing your references or bibliography, but the accepted method of referencing used at University of Wales, Newport is the Harvard System of referencing. Where do you reference? Both references to sources acknowledged in the text and those works which have been of value (for example, for background reading) but which have not been specifically referred to in the text must be acknowledged in the bibliography. When do you reference? You should reference other's work whenever you draw on it for inspiration, use it as support for a theory or argument, or use it for particular examples. Referencing in the Text (in Text Referencing) Referencing in the text or in text referencing is where all the sources (text based and electronic) which you have referred to in your assignment, essay or dissertation are acknowledged (cited). Unintentional plagiarism can occur if you fail to follow the rules regarding in text referencing of summarised, paraphrased and quoted work. Every piece of information you use in the text of your assignment, essay or dissertation that is not part of your own original research, be it an argument, opinion, fact, idea or theory must cited and listed in alphabetical order by author/editor/artist surname at the end of the work in the reference section or list. Summarising the Work of Others Summarising or briefly describing the work of another person....
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This note was uploaded on 06/12/2011 for the course MM 101 taught by Professor Brunos during the Spring '11 term at London Business School.
- Spring '11