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Format:
Author(s) family name(s) and Initial(s)

Year of publication,

Title of workin italics

course notes from (Course Code),

Publisher,

Place of publication,

viewed day month year, Online@RMIT.


Smith, H 2005, Metadata, course notes from ISYS6655, RMIT University, Melbourne, viewed 8 July 2005, Online@RMIT.






2.4.2 Electronic journal articles



Table 4c

Reference type

Reference list


In-text citation



Journal articles online

If a journal article appears in a library database as a page image (pdf), you may cite it the same way as the original hard copy format.


If you wish to show where the article was located online, you may add date of access and either database name or URL.

If the article is only available on a Library database as HTML or plain text, then you will need to cite the date of access and either the database name or URL.


If the article has been located on the internet and not on a database, you will need to cite the date of access and URL.

Brewer, P & Sherriff, G 2007, ‘Is there a cultural divide in Australian international trade?’, Australian Journal of Management, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 113-134.

OR

Brewer, P & Sherriff, G 2007, ‘Is there a cultural divide in Australian international trade?’, Australian Journal of Management, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 113-134, viewed 11 November 2007, Ebsco database.



Brewer, P & Sherriff, G 2007, ‘Is there a cultural divide in Australian international trade?’, Australian Journal of Management, vol. 32, no. 1, p 113, viewed 11 November 2007, Factiva database.
Brewer, P & Sherriff, G 2007, ‘Is there a cultural divide in Australian international trade?’, Australian Journal of Management, vol. 32, no. 1, viewed 11 November 2007, .

Brewer and Sherriff (2007) suggest…


…(Brewer and Sherriff 2007).

2.4.4 Legislation and legal cases

When referring to legislation including Acts, Ordinances and Regulations, the title must be reproduced exactly, without changing the capitalisation or spelling. The words Act and Bill are generally written with a capital letter.
An Act or Ordinance may be cited by the short title, which is usually drafted into modern legislation. The first reference must always include the short title in italics. Subsequent references may refer to it by an undated, descriptive title in Roman type (normal or regular type).
Legislation or legal cases are only included in the reference list if they are important to the understanding of the work. In this case it is best to set the list apart from the main body of the reference list and use the heading Legislation or Legal authorities.

Further guidance is provided in the Style manual for authors, editors and printers 2002, pp. 224-8.


Table 4d

Reference type

Reference list

In-text citation
Legislation

An Act or Ordinance may be cited by the given short title. The first reference must always include the short title in italics.

Subsequent references may refer to it by an undated, descriptive title in roman i.e. normal or regular type.



Not generally required.


The Trade Practices Act 1974 (Commonwealth) provides that …

One of the shortcomings of the Trade Practices Act is …




The jurisdiction must be made clear, either by including it in the body of the text or in abbreviated form in brackets after the act title.

Not generally required.

The Fair Trading Act 1999 (Vic) covers …

OR

In Victoria this is covered by the Fair Trading Act 1999


Legal cases

To fully cite legal authorities list name of case in italics (date) or volume number, or both; abbreviated name of report series; and beginning page. No commas are used.


Not generally required.


Commercial Bank of Australia Ltd v. Amadio (1983) 151 CLR 447

This case appeared in 1983 in the Commonwealth Law Reports, volume 151, starting on page 447.





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