Available at: (Accessed: 1 February 2017) Web pages with an author: Kimber, R. Web pages with corporate authors: Met Office (2014) A global perspective on the recent storms and floods in the UK. When no author is identified, use the title of the web page. Episode of a TV series The rules for episodes are:‘Title of episode’ (Year of broadcast) Title of programme/series, Number of series, number of episode. ‘The Day Simon Decided He Was Forlorn’ (2010) Grandma’s House. (2010) ‘Realignment in the Centre: The Liberal Democrats’, in Allen, N. When a news item is online only, the citation looks like this: BBC News (2017) 'Costa Book of the Year: Sebastian Barry on second win', 31 January. Richard III: The king in the car park (2013) Channel 4, 4 February. TV programme on DVDAlso include year of distribution, director and writer, date of first broadcast, place of distribution and distribution company. The bibliography at the end of a document should be listed in alphabetical order according to author's surname.
In-text citations for legal materials When writing about legislation, either use the short title (in italics) if it occurs naturally in the sentence, or cite the short title (in italics) in brackets at the end of the sentence e.g. If you pinpointing to a section or regulation, then add the abbreviation s.
Available at: https://ac.uk/handle/2381/31988 (Accessed: 30 April 2015) The School of Law follows the OSCOLA referencing style, however other departments may cite legal materials following the Harvard referencing style.
Change and transformation in 40 years of work’, Journal of Education and Work, 22(5), pp. An article with no author: Where an article (or indeed any document) is published by an organisation and no author is named, the organisation becomes the author. The rules for lectures are: Author/Speaker (Year) Title of communication [Medium], Module code: Module title.
Conference Paper: Rules: Author of Paper (Year of publication) ‘Title of paper’, Title of conference.
When writing about case law, use the case name (in 'one inverted comma') and the date (in brackets) e.g. If pinpointing to a page or paragraph in the law report, then add the abbreviation p. In your bibliography you would only cite Donohue as you have not read Hanes' and Cottam's works.
Ancient texts (printed)Reference the edition you have read: Virgil (2008) The Aeneid. Cottam (2012, cited in Donohue, 2015) rejects the hypothesis that...
There is no need to divide the bibliography into types of resources; books, articles, web sites etc. Titles of books, journals, newspapers, encyclopaedias etc. (2013) Writing the winning thesis or dissertation: a step-by-step guide.
should be italicised and all journal titles should be written in full.
[Leaflet obtained in David Wilson Library], 29 April 2014. Manuscripts The rules are: Author (Year) Title, day and month if available. London: Penguin Books Includes conversations, letters, emails and texts: the rules are: Sender/speaker (Year) Medium and receiver, Day and month Example: Nockels, K. (2015) Skype conversation with Sarah Whittaker, 29 April.
Leaflets The rules are: Author (Date if available) Title [Leaflet obtained and place], Date obtained. Example: David Wilson Library (no date) [email protected]: introducing a new way to create and manage your reading lists.
When quoting directly from another source you should always indicate the page number/s as well as the author and date, for example (Bell, 2010, p.250). (2012) Global crises and the crisis of global leadership.