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Page 4 Student Handbook on Referencing Over the years, various disciplines have developed different citation practices. Ina multidisciplinary field such as public health, you will find that different departments within our School may follow different styles of citation. Regardless of which citation style you decide to use, there are some common guidelines that you should follow. Adhere to a bibliography style or a reference list style In bibliography style, you indicate source content by placing a superscript number at the end of the sentence. You then provide a citation to the source through a footnote or through an endnote that corresponds to the superscript number. In reference list style, you indicate a source by placing a parenthetical notation that identifies the source at the end of the sentence. Depending on the particular citation style, relevant identifying information could include author, year of publication, and page number. Most bibliography and reference list styles have a bibliography or a reference list, which consists of a compilation of sources consulted with more detailed identifying information at the end of the document. See examples of both styles below.
What are some general rules for citation
Identifying source information All citation styles provide enough information to allow the reader to locate the source of the information. Traditionally this information includes author, title, page numbers, and publication information. Consistency Once you have chosen a citation style to use, you should use the style accurately and consistently throughout the work. Electronic sources and citation Check with your particular citation style guide to properly cite electronic sources in your work. Links to websites alone within the document are not a sufficient way to cite sources on the web. Most styles require at a minimum, url, access date and author or sponsor.
Please be aware that frequent citing of unpublished electronic sources, even if done
accurately, may not earn high marks in your academic evaluation. Professors pay attention to
the quality of the sources cited when evaluating student work. Wikipedia, for example, is rarely
an acceptable source in academic writing. The highest quality sources are derived from peer
reviewed academic and scholarly works.
REFERENCE LIST CHICAGO STYLE In text parenthetical reference Developing cultural competency is important for lawyers and expert witnesses involved in capital defense cases (Perlin and McClain 2009, 257). Corresponding reference list entry
Perlin, Michael Land Valerie McClain. 2009. WHERE SOULS ARE FORGOTTEN Cultural Competencies, Forensic Evaluations, and International Human Rights Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 15: 257-277. BIBLIOGRAPHY CHICAGO STYLE In text footnote Developing cultural competency is important for lawyers and expert witnesses involved in capital defense cases.
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Footnote: Michael L. Perlin and Valerie McClain. WHERE SOULS ARE FORGOTTEN Cultural Competencies, Forensic Evaluations, and International Human Rights Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 15 (2009): 257. Corresponding bibliography entry
Perlin, Michael Land Valerie McClain. WHERE SOULS ARE FORGOTTEN Cultural Competencies, Forensic Evaluations, and International Human Rights Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 15 (2009): 257-277.




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