Referencing: Conference Papers

Conference Papers are similar to authors who contribute chapters to books, i.e. the contribution appears as part of a wider publication.

FAMILY/SURNAME, Initials or AUTHORING BODY OR GROUP. (Year of publication – in brackets) Title of Paper. In – Full Title of Conference – in italics. Series title and numbers if available. Location and Date of Conference. Place of Publication: Publisher. Page numbers of paper.

Bibliography example:
FISH, J. (2008) Managing changes in the workplace. in Professional Managers Conference. Blackpool, Monday 18th to Wednesday 20th February 2008. Blackpool: PubM. pp. 42-45.

 In-text citation example:
(Fish, 2008)

Fish (2008) noted that…..

‘Direct quotations are placed in single quotations marks’ (Author’s Surname, Year of Publication, p. – followed by page number – in brackets)

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