Examples Alan Bryman, Social research methods, 4th edn (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012), p.21.
Katherine Foxhall, ‘Fever, immigration and quarantine in New South Wales, 1837–1840’, Social History of Medicine, 24, no.3 (2011), pp.624-42 (p.625). Cull, Projecting empire: imperialism and popular cinema (London: I B Tauris, 2009), chapter 2.
Footnotes can be inserted in Microsoft Word by clicking on Insert Footnote from the References tab. Return to the top of the page If you are referring to a specific page or pages of a source, this should be indicated at the end of your reference by: If the reference already includes page numbers (for example, references to journal articles or book chapters will include the page numbers of the whole source), put your specific page reference in brackets after the page numbers of the source included in the reference.
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If your footnotes are included in your word count and you want to save words, you may shorten subsequent references further to just the author and enough significant words from the title to identify it (see footnote 6 below for an example of this).
Examples(Where footnote 4 refers to the same source as footnote 3). Return to the top of the page Please refer to your department for guidance on how to indicate and format quotations within the text of your work.
If you cannot find a place of publication (where this would normally be included in a reference), replace it with .
Return to the top of the page Secondary referencing is when you refer to a source that has been mentioned in the source you have viewed.
a hard-fisted bushman, a versifier, womaniser, drunkard, gambler, a brilliant horseman, social success, brave soldier, and a ruthless adversary ...".
It is, however, the circumstances which led to his trial and execution, which most concern the average Australian.