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Examples A-D

Example reference formats for different source types

Command Paper example

These are a type of government publication, which includes White and Green Papers. also known as Command Papers.

Format: in text citation  
It was argued that teachers needed to have increased powers if discipline in schools was to be improved (Department name, Year, Page).

Format: reference  
Department Name (Year) Title of paper. Cm. Number. Place: Publisher.

Example: in text citation  
It was argued that teachers needed to have increased powers if discipline in schools was to be improved (Department for Education, 2010, p.2).

Example: reference  
Department for Education (2010) The importance of teaching. Cm. 7980 London: TSO. 

This format applies to the other types of Command Papers, such as treaties and draft bills.