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Adams, A.A. & McCrindle, R.J. (2008). Pandora’s box: social and professional issues of the information age. Chichester: John Wiley.
Acquisti, A., & Gross, R. (2006). ‘Imagined communities: Awareness, information sharing, and privacy on the Facebook.’ In P. Golle & G. Danezis (Eds.), Proceedings of 6th Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Technologies (pp. 36-58). Cambridge, UK: Robinson College.
Anderson, B. (2006). Imagined Communities. Revised Edition. London: Verso.
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The system for referencing most commonly used in universities and for dissertations. in the UK and the US is known as the Harvard system.
It works like this. If you quote from any published, or unpublished, work you must say where it has come from– this is known as referencing the source.
1. In the body of your text all you need to do is put at the end of the quote two things - the family/surname name of the person whom you are quoting and the date it was...[ read full article ] »
Click on the link below to find out how to refer to other people’s work in your own writing:
The Columbia Guide to Online Style
The Columbia Guide to Online Style (CGOS) by Janice R. Walker and Todd Taylor (Columbia UP, 2006 ) presents a guide to locating, evaluating, translating, and using the elements of citation for electronically accessed sources in both a humanities style (i.e., MLA and Chicago) and a scientific style (APA and CBE). CGOS’s unique element approach makes this a useful reference book for citing electronic sources regardless of the specific...[ read full article ] »
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