Referencing

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Referencing 17th Street

I frequently get asked how to reference the material found on 17th Street given that I have chosen not to share my full name on the site for privacy reasons. The purpose of this page is to provide you with examples of how to reference the material found on the site in four major referencing styles — Harvard (AGPS), APA 6, MLA, and Vancouver — without an author. If there is another major referencing style that you would like me to include on this page, please feel free to contact me.

The following examples demonstrate how you would reference the summary page for The Angel of Darkness if you accessed the page on the 1st of January, 2014. Note that you can find the last edited date for all pages on this website in small text at the bottom of each page. Publication dates for blog entries can be found immediately below the titles of individual posts.

AGPS Harvard

In-text referencing:

Sara Howard’s position as the only female on the investigative team gains greater importance in The Angel of Darkness, a novel that focuses on women’s roles in society by examining themes that range from the limited choices poor women could make in the nineteenth century to the psychological influences that drive women to kill (17th Street: The Angel of Darkness summary 2013).

Reference list entry:

17th Street: The Angel of Darkness summary 2013, viewed 1 January 2014, < http://17thstreet.net/alienist-books/the-angel-of-darkness/summary/ >

APA 6

In-text referencing:

Sara Howard’s position as the only female on the investigative team gains greater importance in The Angel of Darkness, a novel that focuses on women’s roles in society by examining themes that range from the limited choices poor women could make in the nineteenth century to the psychological influences that drive women to kill (17th Street, 2013).

Reference list entry:

17th Street: The Angel of Darkness summary. (2013). Retrieved January 1, 2014, from http://17thstreet.net/alienist-books/the-angel-of-darkness/summary/

MLA

In-text referencing:

Sara Howard’s position as the only female on the investigative team gains greater importance in The Angel of Darkness, a novel that focuses on women’s roles in society by examining themes that range from the limited choices poor women could make in the nineteenth century to the psychological influences that drive women to kill (“17th Street: The Angel of Darkness Summary”, par. 3).

Reference list entry:

17th Street: The Angel of Darkness Summary 2013. Web. 1 Jan. 2014. < http://17thstreet.net/alienist-books/the-angel-of-darkness/summary/ >

Vancouver

In-text referencing:

Sara Howard’s position as the only female on the investigative team gains greater importance in The Angel of Darkness, a novel that focuses on women’s roles in society by examining themes that range from the limited choices poor women could make in the nineteenth century to the psychological influences that drive women to kill.1

Reference list entry:

1. 17th Street: The Angel of Darkness summary [homepage on the Internet]. 2013 [cited 2014 Jan 1]. Available from: http://17thstreet.net/alienist-books/the-angel-of-darkness/summary/

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