Harvard Referencing For Dance students Why is Harvard referencing needed? Evidence of background reading Acknowledge the research of others Avoid accusations of plagiarism Easy to trace the background research used Helps other researchers Plagiarism is…
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For Dance students
"the substantial unacknowledged incorporation in a student's work of material derived from the work (published or unpublished) of another. "Work" includes internet sources."
(Leeds Metropolitan University, 2001)
There are 2 elements to referencing other people’s work:
In the body of the text or in the middle of your essay or report, when you refer to someone’s ideas
At the back of your work when you list everything you have referred to in full
‘The media has a role in defining what we think of as a natural….it helps to map out who we think we are’ (Root 2001, p.12)
Author’s surname and year of publication in brackets:
Liebert and Baron (1997) concluded in a laboratory situation, that watching a violent programme or scene made children more willing to be aggressors.
However, other researches have concluded that television has little or no discernible influence over the viewer (Bulmer, 1992).
Cutler, Williams & Williams (1989)
Matlock et al. (1996)
This theory is explored in detail by Adair (2007).
Adair, C. (2007) Dancing the black question:
the Phoenix dance company phenomenon.
London: Dance Books.
Four and more authors:
Banes, S. (2001) Choreographic methods of the Judson Dance Theatre. In: Dils, A. & Albright, A.C. eds. Moving history/dancingcultures: a dance history reader, pp. 350-361. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyn University Press.
Abrams (2008) refers to the ‘personal relationship’ built up with the artists when watching dance over a number of years.
Abrams, J. (2008) The contemporary moment of dance: restaging recent classics. PAJ: the journal of performance and art, 90, pp. 42-51.
Ballets Russes influenced perceptions of dance (Jowitt, 2009).
Schall (2009) points out that Sue Nye’s work as a choreographer is underpinned by her professional performing career.
Schall, A. (2009) Featured choreographer – Sue Nye [Internet]. London: Dance UK. Available from <http://www.danceuk.org/metadot/index.pl?id=25110&isa=Category&op=show> [Accessed 9 March 2009].
The performance of Tharp's work was packed with exhuberant energy (In the upper room, 2007).
Tharp, T. (2007) In the upper room. American Ballet Theatre. Sadler’s Wells, London [14 February 2007].