For every unit you are studying, check whether you are allowed to use generative artificial intelligence tools to complete your assessments.
You should acknowledge (reference) your use of these tools if and when you do so.
You will find referencing strategies under each style in the MQ Referencing Guide. We recommend checking back regularly for updates.
Last updated 27 Feb 2023
Subjects in this department use either Harvard or Chicago referencing styles.
Using Author-Date styles
Both of these Author-Date styles require two elements: an in-text citation and a reference list entry.
In-text citation requires author's name, year of publication, and page number if you are directing your reader to a specific detail.
Reference list entries are organised alphabetically by the author surname, contain everything required for others to locate the information, and are located at the end of your work starting on a new page
Citations will look different, depending on the source
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