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In the reference list, include all illustrations that you have copied from another source and cited in your text.

  • Label the illustration as it appears in the original source , . Table, Figure, etc.
  • Do not abbreviate names, . change Fig. to Figure.
  • Follow the name with an accompanying number or letter , . Table 2 or Figure . The number or letter should be consecutive , according to the order in which you cite it in the text, . the first figure in your text will be numbered Figure 1, the second figure will be Figure 2, etc.
  • Use Arabic numbers only, . use 6 - not vi or six.
In-text citations If you include an illustration in-text, then add a caption below it. This caption should include:

At the end of your essay, place a list of the references you have cited in the text. Arrange this in alphabetical order of authors' surnames, and then chronologically (earliest publication date first) for each author where more than one work by that author is cited. The author's surname is placed first, followed by initials or first name, and then the year of publication is given. If the list contains more than one item published by the same author(s) in the same year, add lower case letters immediately after the year to distinguish them (. 1983a). These are ordered alphabetically by title disregarding any initial articles ( a , an or the ).

If you introduce this passage such that it is clearly direct internal dialogue, then you may use quotation marks or italics. For example:
Awakening, I thought, “How did I end up here on my back, tied down and suffocating on the rancid fumes of coke and ice? How did a beautiful day start with listening to the fifth symphony yet end in a nightmare from hell? All I wanted was to meet my ‘mystery man,’ but uncovering the mystery opened a web of lies. Why didn’t I stop and look at the report on tv? I may not even be here if I did.”

Italicise or quote essay titles

italicise or quote essay titles

If you introduce this passage such that it is clearly direct internal dialogue, then you may use quotation marks or italics. For example:
Awakening, I thought, “How did I end up here on my back, tied down and suffocating on the rancid fumes of coke and ice? How did a beautiful day start with listening to the fifth symphony yet end in a nightmare from hell? All I wanted was to meet my ‘mystery man,’ but uncovering the mystery opened a web of lies. Why didn’t I stop and look at the report on tv? I may not even be here if I did.”

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