For websites, required elements are: Authorship or Source Year Title of web document or web page [type of medium] (date of update, if available) Place of publication Publisher Available at: include web site address/URL [Accessed date].
Required elements: Author, initials Year Title of article Full Title of Journal Volume number (Issue/Part number) Page numbers e.g. Boughton, J.M., 2002. The Bretton Woods proposal: an indepth look. Political Science Quarterly, 42(6), 564-78. Referencing Electronic Journals Required elements: Author, initials Year Title of article Full Title of Magazine/Journal [online] volume (issue) page numbers If on open repository: e.g. Kipper, D., 2008. […]
Use title page, not book cover. Include edition only when not the first. No specified edition, then usually first. Required elements are: Author, initials Year Title of book Edition (only if not the first) Place of publication (town or city) Publisher e.g. Elliott, C. and Quinn, F., 2010. English Legal System. 10th Edition. Harlow: Pearson E-books When accessed via resource such […]
List in full of sources cited in document. Presenting the Reference List List in alphabetical order by author’s surname. Italicise titles of book, report, journal (not title of journal article). Capitalise first letter of publication title, first letters in journal title, all first letters of a place name and publisher. Should be accurate, consistent and include all required information.