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Cities of Vesuvius
(This information comes from your college diary p.22)
St Ursula's College students are expected to use the following system when presenting a bibliography. It is based on the Harvard Style and this format is used across the school for consistency purposes. All assignments should contain a bibliography as you are expected to acknowledge the source of any information or ideas that are not your own.
Bibliographic details are arranged in the following sequences:
Author's surname & initials, Year of publication, Title of publication, Publisher, Place of publication
Shipstone, G.J. 1996,
You and your government
, Oxford University Press, Melbourne.
PRINT JOURNAL ARTICLE
Author's surname & initials, Year of publication, Title of article, Title of journal, volume, issue no., page no.
Wharton, N. 1996, ‘Health and safety in outdoor activity centres’,
Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership
, vol. 12, no. 4. pp 8‑9.
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL ARTICLE
Rules are the same as for print journals, simply add a ‘Retrieved’ statement as follows:
Madden, G. 2002, ‘Internet economics and policy: an Australian perspective’,
, vol. 78, no. 242, pp. 343‑358. Retrieved: October 15, 2002, from ABI/Inform database.
Treat the same way as a journal article. Set out as follows:
‘Vitamin C deficiency’ 1982,
The New Encyclopedia Britannica
, 15th edn, vol. 10, p. 469.
Or, if you can identify the author:
Cole, O.J. & Cole, KG. 1963, ‘Psychiatry’,
Encyclopedia of Mental Health
, vol. 5, pp. 1654‑1663.
FILMS, TV, VIDEO AND AUDIO
Title, Format, Date of recording, Publisher, Place of recording, Special credits
Learning to Live (motion picture), 2001, Fine Films Inc., London. Producer Martin Freeth.
Author's surname & initials, Date, Title of Article, Name of CD‑ROM, Format, Publisher, Place of publication
Kohn, H. 2001, ‘Nationalism’,
(CD‑ROM), Microsoft Corporation, New York.
WORLD WIDE WEB
Author's surname and initials, Year, Title of web page, Retrieved (date), URL
Dawson, J., Smith, L., & Deubert, K. 2002,
Referencing, not plagiarism
. Retrieved: October 31, 2002, from
WORLD WIDE WEB PAGE (NO AUTHOR)
Leafy seadragons and weedy seadragons
2001. Retrieved: November 13, 2002, from
WORLD WIDE WEB PAGE (NO DATE)
Curtin University of Technology
, (n.d.). Retrieved: October 16, 2002, from
Sender's surname & initials, Sender's email address, Date, Subject of message, Recipient's email address
Lowman, D. (
), April 4, 2002. Mark Twain Forum. (
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