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Example reference formats for different source types
Book Illustrations, Diagrams, Logos or Tables examples
Format: in text citation
Escher’s 1953 lithograph Relativity (Surname, Year, Page) demonstrates how perspective and shading can be used to create a series of optical illusions … Format: reference
Author surname, initials. (Year) Title of book. Place of publication: Publisher, page number(s), illus./logo/fig./table
Example: in text citation
Escher’s 1953 lithograph Relativity (Locher, 2006, p.117) demonstrates how perspective and shading can be used to create a series of optical illusions…
Locher, J. L. (2006) The magic of M. C. Escher. London: Thames & Hudson, p.117. illus.
Note: Substitute illus. for illustration, logo for logos, fig. for figures and table for tables, as required. The principle for book illustrations etc. can be applied to other resource types e.g. journal articles.