Listing of Sources
- For all internal assessment work where reference material (books, magazines, journals, internet sites) has been used, appropriate referencing and a bibliography must be produced that identifies all sources.
- Here are the standard ways of listing your sources. These are guidelines only.
- Helpful websites: http://www.cite.auckland.ac.nz/index.php?p=quickcite, http://www.easybib.com/
Single Authors Example:
Green, A. Working the New Zealand waterfront, Dunedin, University of Otago Press, 2001.
Two Authors Example:
Grost, J., & Barron, R. The Maori King ,London, Macmillan, 1864
Joint Publication Example:
Janes Publishing. Janes Fighting Ships (100th ed.), London, Janes Publishing, 1983.
Articles or Chapter Example:
Gurman, A.S.,and Kriskern, D.P. Family therapy outcome research: Knowns and Unknowns. In Faculty of Business Studies. Assignment Writing Guides for Business Students. , Palmerston North, Massey University, 1981.
Newspapers, Magazines And Periodicals
Journal Article, one author:
Avery, M. The History of Jurisprudence before 1460, Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, Vol. 42, 1969, pp. 129-44.
Newspaper article, no author:
Study finds free care used more, APA Monitor, 1982, April.
Name of CD-ROM , Name of producer, Date of Publication
Author. Title of item. [Online] Available http://address/filename, date of document or download.
DiStefano, V. Guidelines for better writing. [Online] Available http://www.usa.net/-vinced/home/better-writing.html, January 9, 1996.