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MHRA referencing guide (Full): Theses and Dissertations

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Theses & Dissertations

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In Print

If unpublished:

(first mention)

Jacqueline M. Dix, ‘The Power to Persuade?: US Foreign Policy Towards Indian Non-Alignment, 1947- 1957’ (unpublished doctoral thesis, Swansea University, 2003), p.91.

(subsequent mentions) Dix, pp. 102-103

If published:

Treat as a Book with One Author (see 1.1., above).

Dix, Jacqueline M., ‘The Power to Persuade?: US Foreign

Policy Towards Indian Non-Alignment, 1947-1957’ (unpublished doctoral thesis, Swansea University, 2003) 

Online Jacqueline M. Dix, ‘The Power to Persuade?: US Foreign Policy Towards Indian Non-Alignment, 1947-1957’ (unpublished doctoral thesis, Swansea University, 2003) in ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global <https://search.proquest.com/docview/1797931545?accountid=14680> [accessed 29 August 2017] p. 91. 

Dix, Jacqueline M., ‘The Power to Persuade?: US Foreign Policy

Towards Indian Non-Alignment, 1947-1957’ (unpublished doctoral thesis, Swansea University, 2003) in ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global  <https://search.proquest.com/docview/1797931545?accountid=14680>  [accessed 29 August 2017] 

Checklist
  • In single inverted commas, Thesis/Dissertation Title.
  • In brackets, word ‘unpublished’ followed by the Degree Level where known (i.e. masters’s thesis/doctoral thesis), followed by a comma, followed by the Degree-Awarding Institution/University followed by a comma, followed by the Year of Submission.

NB: American universities distinguish between a master’s ‘thesis’ and a doctoral ‘dissertation’.

If consulted online:

  • Word ‘in’ followed by the Name of the Database where Thesis accessed 
 

 

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