Harvard Style: list of references

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● Presentation Outline
● Reasons
● Paraphrasing
● Paraphrasing Exercise
● Things to note
● More than one author
● Secondary Referencing
● Exercise
● Harvard Style: list of references
● The Harvard Style
● Reference list – example
● Reference list – exercise
● Definition
What is Plagiarism?
● To sum up
● How to avoid plagiarism

نوع زبان: انگلیسی حجم: 1.07 مگا بایت
نوع فایل: اسلاید پاورپوینت تعداد اسلایدها: 26 صفحه
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https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/students/docs/study-skills/resource-3-intro-referencing-plagiarism.pptx

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learner@canterbury.ac.uk ۱ referencing and avoiding plagiarism learner@canterbury.ac.uk academic learning development presentation outline why do we reference how do we reference what is the harvard style what is plagiarism how can i avoid plagiarism learner@canterbury.ac.uk academic learning development why do we reference learner@canterbury.ac.uk academic learning development reasons to make clear when a particular piece of information idea etc. is not our own and to tell our readers where it came from. this allows us to show where we got our facts from use other people’s work to support our own argument evidence examples findings etc. discuss what other people or organisations have said and done and give our own analysis of it to provide useful definitions explanations etc. to allow other people to find the material we used to support our claims. this is why it is important to ensure each reference is complete and accurate. learner@canterbury.ac.uk academic learning development how do we reference learner@canterbury.ac.uk academic learning development citation you make a short reference author’s last name and year of publication in the text of your essay every time you refer to someone else’s work. reference list you make a list at the end of your essay of all the sources you have referred to in you work – you give complete details here including publisher etc. the citation acts as a key so that your reader can find the full reference easily on the list of references at the end of your essay. learner@canterbury.ac.uk academic learning development quotations using the exact words of the author s in quotation marks ‘…’. you must include the author’s last name the year of publication and the page number. for example generally english for academic purposes eap covers ‘those educational activities in higher education the purpose of which is the teaching and learning of the english language required by undergraduates post graduates and or staff’ kennedy ۲ ۱ p. ۲۵ . when should you quote when you are using someone’s definition which is key when you want to discuss exactly what someone said when the precise detail of what someone says is important – e.g. a law policy document etc. when someone has phrased something effectively and succinctly learner@canterbury.ac.uk academic learning development paraphrasing you paraphrase when you change the information read into your own words without changing the original meaning. why paraphrase it shows that you understand what the writer is saying it makes it easier to build you own argument. for example you can use what someone else says as evidence or an example to support what you want to say it fits more easily with your own writing style example original employers who provide childcare at the workplace have found that lateness declines and levels of stress experienced by employees also decline. paraphrased reference there is evidence to suggest that on site day care is beneficial to employers because employees are more punctual and appear to suffer less from stress smith ۲ ۱۸ . learner@canterbury.ac.uk academic learning development ۹ paraphrasing exercise ‘employers who provide childcare at the workplace have found that lateness declines and levels of stress decrease’ smith ۲ ۱۲ p.۵۲ . according to smith ۲ ۱۲ those employees who are provided with childcare at the workplace have a tendency to be more punctual and less stressed. smith ۲ ۱۲ has held the view that when employers offer day care facilities their employees tend to arrive on time more and seem to be less stressed. there is evidence to suggest that on site day care is beneficial to employers because employees are more punctual and appear to suffer less from stress smith ۲ ۱۲ . learner@canterbury.ac.uk academic learning development things to note why are these different it is necessary to read research papers critically. in this regard walker ۲ ۱۹ emphasises the importance of understanding the methodology employed by researchers in their studies. it is important to understand the methodology that researchers use in their studies walker ۲ ۱۹ . when the author’s name is part of the sentence it does not go inside the brackets because it becomes the subject of your sentence. learner@canterbury.ac.uk academic learning development more than one author up to three authors include all the names in the order they are listed. for example a sound business plan is essential to the success of every business morson and child ۲ ۱ . morson child and smith ۲ ۱ state that most single pets live in privileged circumstances. more than three authors give only the first author followed by et al. for example worth et al. ۲ ۱۳ suggest that top ceos agree income could be raised to ۵ on earnings over £۱ . despite technological advances radio production is less sophisticated than in the past howard et al. ۲ ۱۵ . n.b. give all the names in your reference list howard c. smith t. jones l. and brown n. ۲ ۱۵ enemies and friends. oxford oxford university press. learner@canterbury.ac.uk academic learning development ۱۲ secondary referencing this is a sentence in a book by grey ۲ ۱۶ p.۹ ‘according to brown’s ۲ ۱۵ study middle managers feel more stressed than those in higher positions’. you want to use brown’s information but you have only read grey’s book in your essay there is evidence that stress is a greater problem for middle managers than for senior managers brown ۲ ۱۵ cited in grey ۲ ۱۶ p.۹ . in your list of references you cannot include brown because you have not read this author – you can only have grey in your list. learner@canterbury.ac.uk academic learning development exercise according to rose waters and barry monk children love to be scared by their television viewing provided that in reality they know they are perfectly safe. certainly the image of children hiding behind sofas in the security of their living rooms while watching dr who has almost become part of the cultural identity of british childhood http www.kidwatch.org scifi falseurl.html ۲ ۱۱ . however there are programmes aimed at children which cause concern to parents because …

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