You also need to include a list of your references at the end of your essay/report as well as acknowledging your sources in your text. This list is made up of all the publications you have referred to within your assignment, and these are listed in alphabetical order according to the author’s surname (or title if there is no author). This list appears on a separate page at the end of the assignment and has the heading References or Reference List in the centre of the page.
Bondurant JV 1988, ‘Conquest of violence’, The Gandhian philosophy of conflict, Princeton University Press, New Jersey.
Boyle, P 1998, 'Migrants don’t cost jobs', in The Bulletin, Dec 1998.
Cambridge Women’s Peace Collective 1984, My country is the whole world: an anthology of women’s work on peace and war, Unwin Hyman, U.K.
Hanson, J. M. & Sinclair, K. E. (2008). ‘Social constructivist teaching methods in Australian universities – reported uptake and perceived learning effects: A survey of lecturers’, HERDSA, vol 27, no.3, pp. 169 – 186, viewed 30 December 2010, via Taylor and Francis, via Online.
Klauser, H 1986 Writing on both sides of the brain, HarperSanFrancisco, New York.
Salla, M 1996, 'There is no non-violent future', in Social Alternatives, vol.15, pp. 41 - 43.
Sharma, A 1987, 'Fearlessness (Abhaya) as a fundamental category in Gandhian thought and Practice', in South Asia, vol.10, no.1, pp. 35-32.
Wajnryb, R 1990, ‘Teen suicide’, Grammar Dictation, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Bondurant, J. V. (1988). The Gandhian philosophy of conflict, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
Boyle, P. (1998, December). Migrants don’t cost jobs. The Bulletin, 26-29.
Cambridge Women’s Peace Collective. (1984). My country is the whole world: An anthology of women’s work on peace and war. U.K.: Unwin Hyman.
Hanson, J. M. & Sinclair, K. E. (2008). Social constructivist teaching methods in Australian universities – reported uptake and perceived learning effects: A survey of lecturers. HERDSA, 27(3), 169 – 186. doi:10.1080/07294360802183754
Klauser, H. (1986). Writing on both sides of the brain. New York: HarperSanFrancisco.
Salla, M. (1996). There is no non-violent future. Social Alternatives, 15, 41 - 43.
Sharma, A. (1987). Fearlessness (Abhaya) as a fundamental category in Gandhian thought and Practice. South Asia, 10(1), 35-32.
Wajnryb, R. (1990). Grammar Dictation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Learn how to transform a journal reference to an APA 6th referencing style.
Activity 1: APA 6th - from journal to referencing
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