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How to reference our books and other information sources


We publish a range of textbooks that are aimed at undergraduate students. For a list of our textbooks and additional resources to accompany the books please click here.

How to reference our books and other information sources

If you need to refer to a book, journal paper, website, blog post or other source in an essay or thesis here is a guide on how to reference them:

Bartlett, A. (2007) The Bartlett diaries, blog, accessed 22 May 2007

Bahnisch, M. (2007) ‘The commentariat vs. the people?’, Larvatus Prodeo, blog post, 11 May, accessed 22 May 2007
Department of Education and Science (DES) (1985) Education for All (The Swann Report). London: HMSO.
Evans, N.J. and Ilbery, B.W. (1989) A conceptual framework for investigating farm-based accommodation and tourism in Britain. Journal of Rural Studies 5 (3), 257-266.
Evans, N.J. and Ilbery, B.W. (1992) Advertising and farm-based accommodation: A British case-study. Tourism Management 13 (4), 415-422.
‘Freud and science', An essay evolves, wiki article, March 8 2007, accessed 20 May 2007.
Laufer, B. (2000) Vocabulary acquisition in a second language: The hypothesis of 'synforms'. PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh.
Mackey, W.F. (1998) The ecology of language shift. In P.H. Nelde (ed.) Languages in Contact and in Conflict (pp. 35-41). Wiesbaden: Steiner.
Marien, C. and Pizam, A. (1997) Implementing sustainable tourism development through citizen participation in the planning process. In S. Wahab and J. Pigram (eds) Tourism, Development and Growth (pp. 164-78). London: Routledge.
Morrison, D. (1999) Small group discussion project questionnaire. University of Hong Kong Language Centre (mimeo).
Traubel, H. (1906) With Walt Whitman in Camden, Vol. IV. Online at
US Census Bureau (1998) State profile: California - Online document:
Zahn, C.J. and Hopper, R. (2000) The speech evaluation instrument: A user's manual (version 1.0a). Unpublished manuscript, Cleveland State University.
Zigler, E. and Balla, D. (eds) (1998) Mental Retardation: The Developmental-Difference Controversy. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.