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References
UTS PUBLICATIONS STYLE GUIDE

There are a number of ways to present references. The most important consideration is to be consistent once a style has been adopted.

The UTS Library has further information on referencing.

in-text

The research conducted so far (Goodman 1988) is far from satisfactory.

books

Goodman, E 1988, Eye of the Tiger, Random House, Melbourne.

editions

Nelson, D 2007, Animals of Australia, 2nd edn, Allen and Unwin, Sydney.

journals

Wainwright, T 1989, 'Sickness and health', Australian Medical Journal, vol. 42, pp 21–7.

magazines

Phillips, N 2008, 'A gadget too far', Wired, 29 March, pp 32–5.

manuscripts

Hudson, DE 1917, 'Diary', Hudson Papers, Fisher Library, University of Sydney.

newspapers

Braddon, K 2006, 'House prices fall', Sydney Morning Herald, 25 May, p 3.

papers

Suzuki, R 1982, 'Workers' attitudes toward computer culture: the case in Japan', paper presented to the World Congress of Sociology, Mexico City, 16–21 July.

theses

Crowley, FK 1949, 'Working in Australia', PhD thesis, University of Melbourne.

footnotes

see also footnotes in writing for the web

use superscript numerals and place the superscript number at the end of the sentence or clause and before all punctuation, except at the end of a sentence where it goes after the full stop

There are several reasons why the legislation was introduced1, mainly because of the cost to universities.2

then list the footnotes at the bottom of the page

1. This is the first reason.

2. The cost was enormous.