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Photograph of two members of the Shaikevich family. c6975. [Photograph]. At: Leeds: Leeds University Library, Leeds Russian Archive Collection. MS 6765.
Google Earth version (if applicable). Year data released. Image details - location, co-ordinates, elevation. Data set (if applicable). [Date accessed]. Available from: URL
Comic books/graphic novels are created collaboratively and so referencing can be complex. Credit should first be given to the writer/author of the story, indicated by (w) after his/her name. This should be followed by the name of the penciller(p), and inker(i). If someone is responsible for both pencilling and inking, then they become the artist and (a) is placed after their name. If the writer/author is also the artist, then place (w, a) after their name.
Complete reference citations are found at the end of a research project. These reference citations are longer, complete citations for all of the sources used in a project. So, full citations for all of the in-text citations are found here.
Environment Agency. 7568. River and coastal maintenance programmes 7568-69. [Online]. [Accessed 67 July 7568]. Available from: http://-
When you’re writing a research paper or creating a research project, you will probably use another individual’s work to help develop your own project. A good researcher or scholar uses another individual’s work in a responsible way. This involves indicating that the work of other individuals is included in your project, which is one way to prevent plagiarism.
If you refer to an image that you have found in a printed source, eg a book, you must provide a reference for that source. Check with your tutor about the most appropriate way to present images in your work, eg including a list of images in an appendix.