If you incorporate information from online or electronic sources into your text, you must provide both an in-text citation and matching entry in your end List of References. These two components are referenced differently for different types of books. Click on the relevant tab above to see examples.
N.B. If the report is produced by an organisation, list the name of the organisation as the author (i.e. corporate author).
Overview of key elements:
Techniques to integrate sources
How to reference secondary sources (sources within sources)
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