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MHRA referencing guide (Full): Websites

Am y fersiwn Gymraeg gweler Cyfeirnodi Yn Ôl Dull MHRA (Canllaw llawn)

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(first mention)

Elizabeth Lister, Scratches in the Sky: The Battle of Britain (2005), <http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ww2peopleswar.shtml> [accessed 13 September 2017] (para. 3 of 7).

(subsequent mentions)

Lister, para. 4 of 7.

Elizabeth Lister, Scratches in the Sky: The Battle of

Britain (2005), <http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ww2peopleswar.shtml [accessed 13 September 2017] (para. 3 of 7) 

Checklist
  • Author’s Forename(s) followed by their Surname(s) followed by a comma. If Personal Author’s Name unavailable, use Corporate Author’s / Website Owner’s Name (i.e. BBC). If Corporate Author’s / Website Owner’s Name unavailable leave out.
  • In italics, Title (and Subtitle, if applicable) of Item followed by a comma
  • In brackets, Year Item Contributed / Website Last Updated. Follow the brackets with a comma. If unavailable, leave out.
  • In angle brackets, Full URL Address
  • In square brackets, word ‘accessed’ followed by Date Accessed in dd Month yyyy format
  • In round brackets, abbreviation ‘para.’ followed by Number of Paragraph Quoted followed by word ‘of’ followed by Total Number of Paragraphs in the Item followed by a full stop
 

 

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