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How do I reference a website article, both in-text and in the reference list/bibliography, when it doesn't give the author or the date of publication?

Last Updated: Sep 24, 2015  |  164 Views
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How you reference a webpage that does not include an author or year of publication will depend on the referencing style used:

  • APA style is the standard used by most Schools in the University 
  • Chicago Footnotes is preferred by Philosophy & Theology and some Arts & Science disciplines
  • AGLC3 is specific to Law.

Some things to consider regarding authors and dates (depending on the resource and the style):

  • The publisher of the entire website may be taken as the author of a particular page or article - this may be an organisation
  • The date you accessed the website might be relevant.

Please refer to the University Referencing Guide for details.

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