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Citing and referencing: Theses

A guide to the styles recommended by Monash schools and departments for students and researchers

Theses/Dissertations

Print thesis

Format

Last name, First name. Title of Thesis. Year. Granting University, description.

Example

Martin, Adrian. Towards a Synthetic Analysis of Film Style. 2006. Monash U, PhD thesis.

Fujimura, Kenji. Researching Performance: Translations into Editions and Performances of the Forgotten Piano Works of William Hurlstone (1876-1906). 2008. Monash U, PhD thesis.

Explanation

If the thesis is bound and available to be publicly consulted, it is considered published.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thesis accessed online

Format

Last nameFirst nameTitle of Thesis. Year. Granting University, description. Database, URL.

Example

Lorentz, Jonathan. The Improvisational Process of Saxophonist George Garzone with Analysis of Selected Jazz Solos from 1995-1999. 2008. New York U, PhD thesis, Proquest, search-proquest-com/docview/304533513/50A4B5450CDE4ED7PQ/1?accountid=12528.

Coughlin, Paul. The Same Old Song: Ironic Revisions in the Films of Joel and Ethan Coen. 2004. Monash U, PhD thesis, Monash University Research Repository, arrow.monash.edu.au/hdl/1959.1/5468.

Yousef, Ghulam-Sarwar. The Kelantan Mak Yong Dance Theatre: A Study of Performance Structure. 1976. U of Hawaii, PhD thesisScholarSpace Repository, hdl.handle.net/10125/12168.

Explanation

If the full text of the thesis can be accessed on a database such as Proquest or EThOS, it is considered published.