MHRA Referencing Tutorial

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Aims of this tutorial
How to use this tutorial
What is citing and referencing?
An example
Why is it important to cite references?
Activity 1 - When should I cite?
When should I cite?
Footnotes
Quotations
How to quote
References
Book
Chapter in an edited book
Journal article
Electronic journal article
Web page
Activity 2 - Compile the references
Further references to the same source
Bibliography
Final words of advice
FAQs

Full guidelines on referencing in the MHRA style can be found in:

Modern Humanities Research Association, MHRA Style Guide: A Handbook for Authors, Editors, and Writers of Theses, 2nd edn (London: Modern Humanities Research Association, 2008)

EndNote software is also available to assist you in writing references correctly. You can use EndNote to automatically add citations to your text and create a list of references in your Word documents. The Cardiff University Architecture MHRA style, available within EndNote, mirrors the examples used in this tutorial.

For more information on EndNote or further help with citing references, contact your Library.

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