Cite them right
the essential referencing guide
Richard Pears, Graham Shields

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8th ed.
Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010
xiv, 98 s. : il.
Další autoři: Shields, Graham J.
ISBN: 978-0-230-27231-6 (brož.)

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                                        Contents
Foreword......................................................................xii
Acknowledgements..............................................................xiv
Section A. An introduction to referencing and how to avoid plagiarism...........1
What is referencing?............................................................1
Why should I cite and reference	sources?........................................1
What is plagiarism?.............................................................'
Preparing to reference and how to avoid plagiarism..............................2
What about common knowledge?....................................................2
What about confidential information?............................................3
Which referencing style should I use?...........................................3
Section B. How should I set out citations and quotations in my text?............4
Setting out citations...........................................................4
Setting out quotations..........................................................6
Paraphrasing....................................................................7
Summarising.....................................................................7
Making changes to quotations....................................................7
Secondary referencing...........................................................8
Section C. How should I set out references in my reference list and bibliography?...................................................................9
What to include in your references..............................................9
Online information using Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs).....................11
Journal articles using article numbers and DOIs............................... 11
Sample text using Harvard (author-date) referencing style ...................  12
Harvard (author-date) reference list...........................................12
Checklist of what to include in your reference list for the most common information sources............................................................13
Section D. How to cite and reference sources using the Harvard (author-date) style............................................................14
1.	Books....................................................................14
1.1	Information in books..............................................14
1.2	Electronic books (e-books)........................................15
1.3	Historical books in online collections............................15
1.4	Reprint editions..................................................16
1.5	Translated books..................................................16
1.6	Chapters/sections of edited	books................................ 16
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1.7	Multi-volume works........................... 17
1.8	Chapters in multi-volume works.................... 17
1.9	Reference books....................................................17
1.10	Online reference books................................. 18
1.11	Atlases................................................... .18
1.12	Audiobooks...................................................... 19
1.13	Pamphlets....................................................... 19
1.14	Exhibition catalogues..............................................19
1.15	Anthologies........................................................19
1.16	Lines within plays................................................ 20
1.17	Sacred texts.......................................................20
1.17	a. The Bible................................................ 20
1.17	b. The Torah.................................................20
1.17	c. The Qur’an............................................... 21
1.18	Bibliographies.....................................................21
2.	Journal articles.......................................................... 21
2.1	Articles in printed journals...................................... 21
2.2	Journal/newspaper articles in online collections
(e-journals/online newspapers).....................................22
2.3	Articles in individual online journals	(e-journals) .............23
2.4	Articles in open access journals (e-journals) .....................24
3.	Newspaper articles........................................................ 24
3.1	Printed newspapers................................................ 24
3.2	Articles from individual online newspapers ........................25
3.3	Journal/newspaper articles from full-text CD-ROM databases ........25
4.	Conferences................................................................26
4.1	Full conference proceedings........................................26
4.2	Individual conference papers.......................................26
4.3	Papers from conference proceedings published on the internet.......26
5.	Theses.....................................................................27
5.1	Unpublished theses.................................................27
5.2	Theses available on the internet ..................................27
6.	Personal and virtual learning environments	(for example Blackboard,
PebblePad, WebCT and Wimba)...............................................27
6.1	Tutors’ notes......................................................28
6.2	Journal articles...................................................28
6.3	Text extracts from books digitised for use in VLEs................ 28
6.4	Messages from course discussion boards.............................29
7.	Digital repositories.......................................................29
7.1	Books in digital repositories......................................29

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7.2	Prepublication journal articles in digital repositories..........30
7.3	Conference papers in digital repositories........................30
8.	The internet ..........................................................31
8.1	Web pages with individual authors................................31
8.2	Web pages with organisations as authors..........................32
8.3	Web pages with no	authors......................................32
8.4	Web pages with no authors or titles..............................32
8.5	Web pages with no	dates........................................32
8.6	Blogs............................................................32
8.7	Wikis............................................................33
8.8	Social networking websites (for example Buzz, Facebook, Twitter).33
9.	CD-ROMs or DVD-ROMs....................................................34
10.	Computer programs.......................................................34
11.	Reports.................................................................34
11.1	Research reports ................................................35
11.2	Company annual reports...........................................35
11.3	Market research reports from online databases....................35
11.4	Financial reports from online databases..........................35
12.	Legal material using the Harvard (author-date) style....................36
12.1	House of Commons and House of Lords Papers.......................36
12.2	Bills (House of Commons or House of Lords).......................36
12.3	UK statutes (Acts of Parliament).................................37
12.4	Statutory Instruments (Sis)......................................37
12.5	Law Commission reports and consultation papers...................37
12.6	Legal cases......................................................38
13.	Government publications.................................................39
13.1	Command Papers including Green and White Papers..................39
13.2	Departmental publications........................................39
14.	Publications of international organisations.............................40
15.	European Union (EU) publications........................................40
16.	Scientific and technical information....................................41
16.1	British Standards................................................41
16.1	a. British Standards.......................................41
16.1	b. British Standards from online databases.................41
16.2	Patents..........................................................41
16.3	Scientific datasets..............................................42
16.4	Mathematical equations...........................................42
16.5	Graphs...........................................................42
17.	Reviews.................................................................43
17.1	Book reviews.....................................................43
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17.2	Drama reviews..................................... 43
17.3	Film reviews.....................................................43
17.4	Reviews of musical performances................................. 43
18.	Visual sources.......................................................... 44
18.1	Book illustrations, diagrams, logos or tables....................44
18.2	Cartoons........................................................ 44
18.3	Installations....................................................44
18.4	Maps............................................................ 45
18.4	a. Ordnance Survey maps.................................... 45
18.4	b. Geological Survey maps...................................45
18.4	c. Online maps..............................................45
18.5	Paintings/drawings.............................................. 46
18.6	Photographs..................................................... 46
18.6	a. Prints or slides............................ . 46
18.6	b. Photographs from the internet........................... 47
18.6	c. Photographs in online collections (for	example Flickr)...47
18.7	Postcards........................................................47
18.8	Posters..........................................................47
18.9	Sculpture........................................................48
19. Live performances........................................................48
19.1	Concerts.........................................................48
19.2	Dance............................................................48
19.3	Plays........................................................... 49
20. Audiovisual material.....................................................49
20.1	Radio........................................................... 49
20.1	a. Radio programmes.........................................49
20.1	b. Radio programmes heard on the internet	 49
20.2	Television ......................................................50
20.2	a. Television programmes....................................50
20.2	b. Episodes of a television series..........................50
20.2	c. Television programmes/series on DVD/Blu-ray..............50
20.2	d. Separate episodes from DVD/Blu-ray	box-sets.......51
20.2	e. Television programmes viewed on the	internet ......51
20.3	Audio/video downloads............................................51
20.4	Music or spoken word recordings on audio CDs/audio CD-ROMs......52
20.5	Music or spoken word recordings on audio cassettes...............52
20.6	Liner notes......................................................52
20.7	Lyrics from songs................................................53
20.8	Musical scores...................................................53
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20.9	Films/movies.....................................................54
20.9	a. Films/movies............................................54
20.9	b. Films on DVD/Blu-ray....................................54
20.9	c. Directors’ commentaries on DVD/Blu-ray..................54
20.9	d. Interviews with directors of films......................54
20.9	e. Films on video cassettes................................55
20.9	f. Films on Youtube........................................55
20.10	Podcasts........................................................55
20.11	Phonecasts......................................................56
20.12	Screencasts.....................................................56
20.13	Vidcasts/vodcasts...............................................57
20.14	Microform (microfiche and microfilm)............................57
21.	Interviews..............................................................57
22.	Public communications...................................................58
22.1	Lectures/seminars/webinars/videoconferences......................58
22.2	Electronic discussion groups and bulletin boards.................58
22.3	Entire discussion groups or bulletin boards......................59
22.4	Press releases/announcements.....................................59
22.5	Leaflets.........................................................59
22.6	Advertisements...................................................60
22.7	Display boards (for example in museums)..........................60
22.8	Minutes of meetings..............................................60
22.9	RSS feeds........................................................61
23.	Personal communications.................................................61
24.	Genealogical sources....................................................62
24.1	Birth, marriage or death certificates............................62
24.2	Censuses.........................................................62
24.3	Parish registers.................................................63
24.4	Military records.................................................63
25.	Manuscripts.............................................................63
Section E. American Psychological Association (ARA) referencing style........65
Conventions when using the APA referencing style.............................65
How to reference common sources..............................................66
E.1	Books............................................................66
E.2	Chapters/sections of edited books................................66
E.3	Journal articles.................................................67
E.4	Electronic journal articles (e-journals).........................67
E.5	Organisation or personal internet sites..........................67
Contents
Sample text..................................................................68
Sample reference list....................................................... 68
Section F. Modern Language Association (MLA) referencing style...............69
Conventions when using the MLA referencing style................. ...........69
How to cite common sources in your text.......................... ...........69
How to reference common sources in the Cited Works List	70
F.1	Books............................................................70
F.2	Chapters/sections of edited books................................71
F.3	Journal articles.................................................71
F.	4	Electronic journal articles (e-journals).........................71
F5	Organisation or personal internet sites..........................71
Cited Works List.............................................................72
Section G. Modern Humanities Research Association (MHRA) referencing style........................................................................73
Citing sources in your text..................................................73
Conventions when using the MHRA referencing style............................ 73
How to reference common sources in your bibliography.........................74
G.	1	Books........................................................... 74
G.2	Electronic books (e-books)...................................... 74
G.3	Chapters/sections of edited books................................75
G.4	Journal articles.................................................75
G.5	Electronic journal articles (e-journals)........................ 75
G.6	Organisation or personal internet sites..........................76
G.	7	Manuscripts in archives..........................................76
Sample bibliography..........................................................77
Section H. Oxford Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA) 79
Conventions when using the OSCOLA referencing style..........................79
How to reference common sources..............................................79
H.	1	Books............................................................79
H.2	Journal articles.................................................79
H.3	Electronic journal articles (e-journals).........................80
H.4	Bills (House of Commons or House of Lords).......................80
H.5	UK statutes (Acts of Parliament).................................80
H.5 a. Pre-1963 statutes........................................80
H.5 b. Post-1963 statutes.......................................80
H.5 c. Parts of Acts............................................81
H.6	Statutory Instruments (Sis)......................................81
H.7	Command Papers...................................................81
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H.8	Law reports (cases).................................................81
H.9	Hansard.............................................................81
H.10	Legislation from devolved Assemblies................................82
H.10 a. Acts of the Scottish Parliament ...........................83
H.10	b.	Scottish Statutory	Instruments (SSIs).....................83
H.10 c. Acts of the Northern Ireland Assembly......................83
H.10	d.	Statutory Rules of	Northern Ireland	 83
H.10	e.	National Assembly	for Wales legislation...................83
H.11	Law Commission reports and consultation papers......................84
H.12	European Union (EU) legislation.....................................84
H.	13	United States legal material	 84
Sample text......................................................................84
Sample reference	list..........................................................84
Section I. Vancouver referencing style...........................................85
Conventions when using the Vancouver referencing style...........................85
How to reference common sources in your reference list .........................86
I.	1	Books...............................................................86
1.2	Electronic books (e-books)..........................................87
1.3	Chapters/sections of edited books...................................87
1.4	Journal articles....................................................87
1.5	Electronic journal articles (e-journals) ...........................88
1.6	Electronic articles published ahead of print........................88
1.7	Conference papers...................................................88
1.8	Scientific or technical reports.....................................89
1.9	Research data collections...........................................89
1.10	Organisation or personal internet sites.............................89
Sample text .....................................................................90
Sample reference	list	..................................................90
Glossary.........................................................................91
Further reading..................................................................94
Index for the Harvard referencing style..........................................95
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Údaje o názvu Cite them right : the essential referencing guide / Richard Pears, Graham Shields
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Mezinárodní standardní číslo knihy 978-0-230-27231-6 (brož.)
Údaje o vydání 8th ed.
Nakladatelské údaje Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010
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