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UC Referencing Guide

General Guidelines

There are no specific guidelines in the Style Manual for lectures or reading lists.

Reference lectures in the same way as Blog Posts or Reports in a series.  Reference items on reading lists as book chapters or journal articles giving the source as University of Canberra Readings Lists.

Lecture / Tutorial Notes

Format

Author AA (Year) 'Title or description of lecture' [description of material], Unit name and number, accessed Day Month Year.

Example

Andrews P (2009) 'What is fiction?' [lecture PowerPoint slides], Writing short narratives Unit 8147, accessed 20 November 2009.

Reading Lists

Format

Author AA (Year) 'Title of article', Title of Journal, volume(issue):pages, accessed Day Month Year, University of Canberra Reading Lists.

Author AA (Year) 'Title of chapter', in Editor A and Editor B (eds), Title of book, accessed Day Month Year, University of Canberra Reading Lists.

Examples

Rose A (1996) 'Freedom of information under review', Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, 80(September):4-8, accessed 6 February 2018, University of Canberra Reading Lists.

Wilson A, Johns R, Miller K and Pentecost R (2010) 'Presenting and using the research results' in Marketing research: an integrated approach, accessed 19 March 2018, University of Canberra Reading Lists.

EndNote Reference Type

Lecture - Audiovisual Material

Reading Lists - Newspaper Article or Electronic Journal or Electronic Book Section (type University of Canberra Reading Lists into the Database Name field)

Citing a Source Within a Source

There are no formal guidelines for citing a source within a source in the Style Manual.  These instructions are based on the guidelines in the 6th edition of the Style Manual.

When citing a source you haven't read yourself, but which is referred to in a source you have read.

In-text reference

Lilly (as cited in Maxwell 1999:25) stated that '...'

'...' (Schwartz as cited in Burton, Westen and Kowalski 2009:63)

Reference list

Maxwell F (1999) Phonology, Brooks Cole, San Francisco.

Burton L, Westen D and Kowalski R (2009) Psychology, Wiley, Milton, Qld.

No Author / Editor

General guidelines

There are no formal guidelines for referencing an item without an author in the Style Manual.  These instructions are based on the guidelines in the 6th edition of the Style Manual.

If there is no author - substitute the title in the position of the author.

Format

Title of work (Year) Publisher, Location.

Examples

Macroeconomics, prices and quantities: Essays in memory of Arthur M. Okun (1983) Blackwell, Oxford, England.

No Location / No Publisher / No Year

General guidelines

The place of publication can be omitted if no place is known.

There are no guidelines for citing works with no publisher in the Style Manual. Consult your lecturer before citing material without a publisher.

If the date is not known - substitute n.d. in place of the year.

Format - no date

Author AA (n.d.) Title of work, Publisher, Location.

Examples

Browne JD (n.d.) Forensic science as a career, Tower, London.