This is the leading guide to referencing and avoiding plagiarism, covering everything from understanding plagiarism and identifying sources to setting out quotations and creating a reference list.
Comprehensive and accessible, it provides readers with detailed examples of print and electronic sources, business, government, technical and legal publications, works of art, images and much more. Packed with practical tips and example sources in both citations and reference lists, it makes referencing manageable and easy to follow for everyone.
The tenth edition of this bestselling book is an essential resource for anyone doing original research for written assignments, including students, teachers, authors, librarians and non-academic researchers.
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Richard Pears is an Academic Liaison Librarian at Durham University Library, UK. He has worked in academic and public libraries for over fifteen years, delivering research skills training to students in all academic stages. Graham Shields was Learning Advisor at the University of Cumbria Library and Student Services, UK. He worked in academic libraries for over thirty years.
Foreword.- Acknowledgements.- Section A. What is Referencing? .- Section B. How to Cite.- Section C. How to Quote, Paraphrase and Summarise.- Section D. How to Reference.- Section E. Examples of Sources using the Harvard Style.- Section F. American Psychological Association (APA) Referencing Style.- Section G. Chicago Referencing Style.- Section H. Modern Humanities Research Association (MHRA) Referencing Style.- Section I. Modern Language Association (MLA) Referencing Style.- Section J. Oxford University Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA).- Section K. Vancouver Referencing Style.- Glossary.- Further reading.- Index.