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Example reference formats for different source types

Journal Article (Online) examples

If a journal exists in both print and electronic form it is often simpler and clearer to use the print journal format for referencing the item, regardless of which item you have viewed. If you need to reference the electronic form, you can use one of the following formats. 

Format: in text citation  
Marketing communications can be done through a variety of mediums (Surname, Year, page).

Format: reference using a URL  
Author surname, initials. (Year) Title of article. Journal Title [online]. Volume number(issue, part number or month), pp.first and last page or line numbers. Available from: URL [Accessed Date].

Format: reference using a doi (digital object identifier)  
Author surname, initials. (Year) Title of article. Journal Title [online]. Volume number(issue, part number or month), pp.first and last page or line numbers. Available from doi: [Accessed Date].