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Example reference formats for different source types
In all the examples that follow, for simplicity we have demonstrated each example as if citing an author’s work in its entirety, rather than a specific idea. Depending on what you are citing or what you have already included within your written text you may need to also include a page number or just include the year, e.g.: (Eagleton, 1983, p.110) or (1983, p.110) or …Eagleton (1983) writes that… Please refer to the section on citing for detailed guidance
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Examples given are for illustrative purposes only and may not relate to actual works
You will see a variety of formats for accessed dates in this guide. There is no definitive format for dates, but it is important you are consistent with the format you use.