Before using this guide check with your faculty, school or department for their specific referencing guidelines.
Follow these examples closely for all layout, punctuation, spacing and capitalization.
Newspaper titles are never abbreviated.
The place of publication of the newspaper is indicated after the title if the title does not make it obvious.
Give only the beginning page of the article and the column number
If there is no author for an article, begin the reference with the title of the article.
Abbreviate months to the first 3 letters.
|Format||Author AA. Article title. Newspaper title (edition). Place of publication. Date of publication YYYY MM DD: Section: Location (column number). [Cited on YYYY MM DD]|
|Reference||Jenkin C. Job hours hard work on health. Herald Sun. Melbourne. 2012 Nov 7: 28 (col.3). [cited 2012 Nov 10].|
|Reference||Byrnes H. Anger management. Herald Sun. Melbourne. 2012 Nov 7: Sect. Switched ON: 3 (col. 1). [cited 2012 Nov 12].|
|Format||Author AA. Article title. Newspaper title (edition). [Internet]. Date of publication YYYY MM DD. [cited YYYY MM DD]. Available from: URL|
|Reference||Preiss B. 'No evidence' that teacher performance pay works. The Age. Melbourne. [Internet]. 2012 Nov 9. [cited 2012 Nov 10]. Available from: http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/no-evidence-that-teacher-performance-pay-works-20121109-292ns.html|
For further help and examples please see: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK7261/
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