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quick guide to referencing reference to a newspaper article

Quick Guide to ReferencingReference to a newspaper article

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Reference to a newspaper article

To the right is an extract from a newspaper article as it was published in its original paper format. Most of the information needed to build a citation can usually be found on this page.

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Reference to a newspaper article

To the right is an extract from a newspaper article as it was published in its original paper format. Most of the information needed to build a citation can usually be found on this page.

To begin with we need to identify an author (or authors) of the article. If, as is the case here, no personal author can be identified then we use the name of the newspaper itself.

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Reference to a newspaper article

To the right is an extract from a newspaper article as it was published in its original paper format. Most of the information needed to build a citation can usually be found on this page.

To begin with we need to identify an author (or authors) of the article. If, as is the case here, no personal author can be identified then we use the name of the newspaper itself.

In this instance, the newspaper is: The Times.

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Reference to a newspaper article

To the right is an extract from a newspaper article as it was published in its original paper format. Most of the information needed to build a citation can usually be found on this page.

To begin with we need to identify an author (or authors) of the article. If, as is the case here, no personal author can be identified then we use the name of the newspaper itself.

In this instance, the newspaper is: The Times.

So, in our Harvard reference list, the author is given as:

The Times.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next, the citation will need to give the year in which the newspaper article was published.

In newspapers, this information is usually also given on the page where the article appears.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next, the citation will need to give the year in which the newspaper article was published.

In newspapers, this information is usually also given on the page where the article appears.

In this instance, the exact date is given at the top of the page. However, at this point, we only need the year, 1985.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next, the citation will need to give the year in which the newspaper article was published.

In newspapers, this information is usually also given on the page where the article appears.

In this instance, the exact date is given at the top of the page. However, at this point, we only need the year, 1985.

So, our reference now reads:

The Times. 1985.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next follows the title and (if there is one) the sub-title of the article. This information is always on the first page of the article.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next follows the title and (if there is one) the sub-title of the article. This information is always on the first page of the article.

In this instance, the full title of the article is: Security review at major political conferences. The article has no sub-title.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next follows the title and (if there is one) the sub-title of the article. This information is always on the first page of the article.

In this instance, the full title of the article is: Security review at major political conferences. The article has no sub-title.

So, our reference now reads:

The Times. 1985. Security review at major political conferences.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next follows the title and (if there is one) the sub-title of the article. This information is always on the first page of the article.

In this instance, the full title of the article is: Security review at major political conferences. The article has no sub-title.

So, our reference now reads:

The Times. 1985. Security review at major political conferences.

NB Like journal article references, the titles of newspaper articles are given in Normal typeface.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next follows the title and (if there is one) the sub-title of the newspaper in which the article was published. This is always included, after the article title, even if it has also been given as the author.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next follows the title and (if there is one) the sub-title of the newspaper in which the article was published. This is always included, after the article title, even if it has also been given as the author.

In this instance, the title of the newspaper is: The Times. There is no sub-title.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next follows the title and (if there is one) the sub-title of the newspaper in which the article was published. This is always included, after the article title, even if it has also been given as the author.

In this instance, the title of the newspaper is: The Times. There is no sub-title.

So our reference now reads:

The Times. 1985. Security review at major political conferences. The Times

NB When referencing, a newspaper title is always given in italics.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next follows the day and month of issue.

Although newspapers are generally published daily, the reference will not include the day of the week.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next follows the day and month of issue.

Although newspapers are generally published daily, the reference will not include the day of the week.

In this instance, the day and month of issue are January 23rd.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next follows the day and month of issue.

Although newspapers are generally published daily, the reference will not include the day of the week.

In this instance, the day and month of issue are January 23rd.

So our reference now reads:

The Times. 1985. Security review at major political conferences. The Times, 23 January.

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Reference to a newspaper article

Next follows the day and month of issue.

Although newspapers are generally published daily, the reference will not include the day of the week.

In this instance, the day and month of issue are January 23rd.

So our reference now reads:

The Times. 1985. Security review at major political conferences. The Times, 23 January.

NB Date is always given as [day month].

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Reference to a newspaper article

Lastly, the reference will need to give the page numbers where you can find the article within the specified issue of the newspaper.

Since many newspapers, especially ‘broadsheets’, have several columns, the page number includes a letter denoting the column ‘number’ (a=1st, b=2nd and so on)

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Reference to a newspaper article

Lastly, the reference will need to give the page numbers where you can find the article within the specified issue of the newspaper.

Since many newspapers (especially ‘broadsheets’) have several columns, the page number includes a letter denoting the column ‘number’: a = 1st, b = 2nd and so on.

In this instance, the journal article begins on column 4 on page 9 and ends on column 8 on the same page.

So our complete reference now reads:

The Times, 1985. Security review at major political conferences. The Times, 23rd January, 4d.