Good You Tube link on how to write a Bibliography using the reference function in Word 2007A BIBLIOGRAPHY is a list of resources you have used in your research.
The aim of a bibliography is:
Examples: (note punctuation):
Marotta, Helen, Examining Rules and Laws, South Melbourne : Macmillan, 1996
Author: Surname first, then initial or first name Title underlined or in italics Place of publication Publisher Year of publication
Dungworth, R. and Wingate, P., The Usborne Book of Famous Women, London : Usborne, 1996
ARTICLES IN BOOKS, NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES etc.
Davis, L., "Rights Replacing Needs" in Hauritz, M., Justice for People with Disabilities, Sydney : Federation Press, 1998
O'Malley, Chris, "Apocalypse Not", Time, 15 June, 1998, pp.14-18
Busfield, Wendy, "VCE Switch", Herald Sun, 17 June, 1998, p. 2
For pamphlets, you should include at least:
For sources such as videos, you should provide:
The Science Show, 3 AR, 02-07-88 (Entire program)
"Incidence of Employment", Four Corners, ABC 19-08-96 (Segment of program)
(Adult Literacy) Sixty Minutes, GTV 9, 10-07-88 (If no formal title is supplied, the writer may supply a title in brackets)
MATERIAL FROM THE INTERNET
The Internet is relatively new as a research source, so conventions for citing material may vary. It is suggested that you include:
The author, if identified, may be found at the beginning or the end of online information
The "electronic address" of the resource should appear exactly as it does online
Examples: (Web site:) "Boots for Hiking", http://www.blundstone.com.au (collected 14/7/98)
(E-mail address): firstname.lastname@example.org (collected 19/6/97)
You should include:
In-text footnotes are used to:
Footnote numbers should continue consecutively throughout the essay or piece of work.
FIRST FOOTNOTE REFERENCE for books, articles, pamphlets, audiovisual sources, Internet sources, CD ROMs:
Use the same format as for a Bibliography, but add page number or numbers (p. or pp.) after other information.
After the first footnote reference it is not necessary to repeat all the information in other references to the same work.
If a footnote refers to the same work (eg. book, article, Internet site etc.) as the footnote before, use ibid. (Latin, meaning "in the same place"). If the footnote refers to a different page or volume of the same work, this information follows ibid. and a comma.
(same work as previously cited, but not in footnote immediately preceding)
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