It demonstrates the reference components that readers need to locate the work, with an emphasis on electronic sources. Table referred to but not reproduced or included in the text: If you simply refer to a table, format the in-text citation and the reference list entry in the usual way. Copyright 2009 by Erling Rasmussen. Employment relations in New Zealand. It provides readers with guidance on which graphic element is best suited to the data being delivered as well as detailed instruction on table and figure preparation. Girl with a pearl earring. Books with multiple authors: The format follows the author format as listed under articles.
Web Sites Web site with one author: Lastname, F. Multiple kinds of data: If you have multiple kinds of data population figures, employment information. An edited book: Editor, F. Glossary of Selected Terms Annotation A short review or description of what you are citing. Content on this guide comes from the 6th edition of the. Reference list entry: Use the reference style for.
Example: Table 1 Percentage of New Zealand Population Who Have Never Worked by Age Group. Your professor may specify which edition you should use for your citations. Title of book: Subtitle of book. In-text citation: As shown in Figure 1, there are five groups of factors that influence. Chapter 6: Crediting Sources Chapter 6 provides guidance on reference citation. In-text citation: As Figure 1 shows,. Include the title of the document if the table title does not provide enough information.
Descriptive phrase that serves as title and description. Reference list entry: Note: all the sources you used should have a full bibliography entry in your reference list even though the information in the Note uses a lot of the same information. Copyright 2009 by Erling Rasmussen. As shown in Figure 2,. Retrieved from Nielsen Market Information Digest New Zealand database. Retrieved from Du Maurier, G. To place an order or to receive additional ordering information, please call the Order Department at 1-800-374-2721.
Reprinted from Employment relations in New Zealand p 98 , by E. Below the author name s , add the institutional affiliation. Title of Journal, volume if available issue if available , pages if available. It is important to use appropriate citations when including a figure or a table from another source in your work. List the first six authors and the last author. Reference list entry: Rasmussen, E.
Contributor Someone or an organization that helped produce a certain work. Note format - note under table: Note. Copyright 2016 by Statistics New Zealand. Retrieved from Roy Morgan Single Source New Zealand database. See page 23-24 of the manual for more information. Copyright year by Name of Copyright Holder.
Caption: When you use a figure that has been adapted or copied directly from another source, you need to reference that original source. By age group June 2016 quarter Age group years Never-worked group % of total age group 15—19 48. Title of Journal, volume issue , pages. Table referred to but not reproduced in the text: In-text citation:. Spell out the name of the institution fully.
Some copyright owners authors, publishers allow you to reproduce images for educational use without obtaining permission provided that full credit is given to the copyright owner. Reprinted from Employment relations in New Zealand p 98 , by E. Descriptive phrase that serves as title and description. Place of Publication Location of the publisher. Tables usually show numerical value or textual information and are almost always characterized by a row-column structure. It instructs readers on when and how to cite references in text and on how to construct a reference list that contains everything readers need to locate each source. Reference list entry: Gombrich, E.