Re: Document referencing

Subject: Re: Document referencing
From: Michael Lewis <lewism -at- BRANDLE -dot- COM -dot- AU>
Date: Tue, 9 Dec 1997 10:14:28 +1100

Corbett McKay Hansen wrote:
>
> I have a question about referencing a source. I'm a civil engineer
> interested in technical writing and I have heard that each society or
> profession (such as civil engineering) has its own way to reference
> sources. If anyone knows, I would be interested in the answer.

Some professional bodies (IEEE, APA, MLA, etc) publish their own "style
guides" which provide this kind of information. If your field doesn't
have one (and I certainly don't know of it if they do), your best bet is
to look at journals and books. They should provide adequate models,
provided you cover the main variations: monograph; edited collection;
contribution to edited collection; and journal article.
--
Michael Lewis
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PO Box 1249, Strawberry Hills, NSW 2012
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