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You should include enough complete bibliographic information to allow the reader to find the original source easily. This should include the author’s name, title of publication, date of publication, place of publication and publisher name, as well as issue details if it were a journal reference (volume, issue, date, page reference). The order that these details are presented must conform to a recognised referencing style (e.g. Harvard, Vancouver, OSCOLA etc.) depending on the subject and faculty. Teaching staff will confirm the preferred style to be used for your coursework.

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