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    I may have left my dissertation till the last minute (frankly I never learn...) and have now got myself into a slight pickle...

    PLEASE tell me someone on TSR knows how to reference this (Harvard APA)

    http://www.jstor.org/stable/309952?s...rviceName=null

    I'm using a quote from this article, the incite quotation I understand (Tucker, 2000, p.262) yet the one for the bibliography.... ?

    HELP?!!

    HELLLLLLLLLLLLLLP?!!

    Plus rep for anyone who does and I shall love you for all of time.
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    I can't reference to save my life
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    As an IB Diploma student, referencing is something I seem to do an awful lot of...
    I would either take the URL and put something like Title, author, page title, URL and then date accessed (mm/yyyy)
    Or I would do it as a journal article so: Title, author, Journal title, edition/date, publisher (if applicable)

    (I'm not sure I put the entries in the right order, but that's generally all the information that you should need to include)

    Doesn't your word programme (presumably you're using microsoft word?) have a feature for automatically creating a bibliography? I practically live by mine, if you learn how to use it correctly you can create footnotes, bibliographies, citations, contents pages and subtitles all in seconds.

    Just a few tips, hope it helps!
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    Hmmm.....
    Maybe:
    Tucker, J., 2000, 'The religious symbolism of clothing in Dostoevsky's 'Crime and Punishment'', The Slavic and East European Journal, vol.44, no. 2, pp. xxx-xxx

    You may have to say:
    Tucker, J., 2000, 'The religious symbolism of clothing in Dostoevsky's 'Crime and Punishment'', The Slavic and East European Journal, vol.44, no. 2, pp. xxx-xxx. Available through: (whatever database you accessed it from, if you used one of those uni thingies) [Accessed (date, in format of day month year].

    Please, please make someone check if that's right.
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    Tucker. (2000). The religious symbolism of clothing in Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment. The Slavic and East European Journal, 44 (2), 253-265.

    Put the european journal bit in italics, and after tucker put a comma with the initial of their first name
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    (Original post by Sushidelight)
    I may have left my dissertation till the last minute (frankly I never learn...) and have now got myself into a slight pickle...

    PLEASE tell me someone on TSR knows how to reference this (Harvard APA)

    http://www.jstor.org/stable/309952?s...rviceName=null

    I'm using a quote from this article, the incite quotation I understand (Tucker, 2000, p.262) yet the one for the bibliography.... ?

    HELP?!!

    HELLLLLLLLLLLLLLP?!!

    Plus rep for anyone who does and I shall love you for all of time.
    I always use this site, although its just for harvard style?

    http://www.citethisforme.com/
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    You're all legends, even the person who can't reference to save her life !

    (Original post by ktm89)
    Tucker. (2000). The religious symbolism of clothing in Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment. The Slavic and East European Journal, 44 (2), 253-265.

    Put the european journal bit in italics, and after tucker put a comma with the initial of their first name
    Thank you! This is how I did it...but my only problem is, it's electronic. Do I mention that or not? :ninja:
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    (Original post by Sushidelight)
    You're all legends, even the person who can't reference to save her life !



    Thank you! This is how I did it...but my only problem is, it's electronic. Do I mention that or not? :ninja:


    Moi

    STILL HAVEN'T DONE MY ESSAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!
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    They have websites that create them for you, you know..
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    (Original post by c0nfus3d)


    Moi

    STILL HAVEN'T DONE MY ESSAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!
    I haven't slept in two days...still there is no end :cry2:

    And still I end up in TSR. Except this time, educational excuse! :teehee:
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    Is this Harvard referencing you're after? If yes, then:
    "To cite electronic sources in a Harvard bibliography use the following format:

    Web Guide toReferencing. 2007. Is Referencing Essential.(Referencing Essays).[Online] Available at: http://www.ucas.uk.referencing [accessed 11August 2008].

    That is: the nameof the site, the article, the URL (underlined), the date sourced."

    Found it here: http://www.ukessays.com/essay-writin...eferencing.php

    Oh, if it's APA you're after then it might be:
    "The citation of an electronic source in APA would look like this:

    Taylor, J. (2007). APA Referencing. Online Referencing Guide. Retrieved

    March 12, 2008, from <http://www.onlinereferencingguide>

    In the body of the essay, referencing is parenthetical, as for Harvard Referencing."

    From here: http://www.ukessays.com/essay-writin...eferencing.php
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    (Original post by Sushidelight)
    You're all legends, even the person who can't reference to save her life !



    Thank you! This is how I did it...but my only problem is, it's electronic. Do I mention that or not? :ninja:
    Put [Electronic version] after the journal?

    Or...you can put it like this
    Tucker. (2000). The religious symbolism of clothing in Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment. The Slavic and East European Journal, 44 (2). Retrieved date from,
    the website of the journal

    when you are citing it in the actual essay, put the para. number of the thing your using in the actual journal
 
 
 
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