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CITATION

(CITATION IS NOT JUST COPY THE SENTENCES DIRETLY, YOU STILL


HAVE TO WRITE IN YOUT OWN SENTENCES)
When you cite references in the text of your assignment include:
Author family name (DO NOT include given names or initials) and Year
For example:
Many factors are known to affect the successof students at the tertiary education level (Sa
unders, 2005).
OR
Saunders (2003) claims/ suggests/ states/ notes that there are many factors that are known
to affect the success of students at the tertiary education level.

When there are four or more authors, you need to include all their names in your fir
st intext citation of their work. When the same source is cited again, use et al.
For example:
Saunders, Jones, Cooper and Steinmark (2006) postulate that 54 percent of the students d
o not use proper referencing system As a result of this, Saunders et al. (2006)
listed a few major problems that students face in doing project work.
OR
(Saunders et al., 2006)

Ifyour journal article by one author (Author 1) and he mentions an idea by another
author (Author 2)

For example,
if you read about an idea by Lim (Author 2) in a book by Saunders (Author 1),
write like this:
Lim (Saunders 2003) states that
Lim (cited in Saunders, 2003) indicates that
Saunders (2003), in reporting Lims study, emphasized the aspect
As cited in Saunders (2003), Lim states

REFERENE LIST (follow Italic style when needed)


1. Journal article
Authors family name, then initial(s), date of publication, title of article, title of jour
nal, volume and issue number of journal and page numbers.
Examples:
Bilosvalavo, RL & Lynn, M 2006, Mission statements in Slovene enterprises: Insti
tutional pressures and contextual adaptation, Management Decision, vol. 45, no. 4, pp.
773788.
2. Website
Authors family name, Initial(s) year, Title of document or website, date viewed, <URL a
ddress in full>
Examples:
Potter, JB 2005, The big five personality test, viewed 11 July 2007,
<http://www.outofservice.com/bigfive>.

Website
1. Boyanova, M 2002, A Brief History of the English Language, viewed 14 July
2014, <http://www.studyenglishtoday.net/english-language-history.html>
2. Riebold, Ute 2014, Mothertongue, first language, native language or dominant
language?, viewed 14 July 2014,
<http://expatsincebirth.com/2014/02/19/mothertongue-first-language-nativelanguage-or-dominant-language/>
3. https://www.ethnologue.com/country/my
Journal
1. Mohd, FH 2004, English language and the language of development: a
Malaysian perspective, Jurnal Kemanusiaan, no.3, pp.106-108
2. Nichole, LM, Samel, L & Hrafnhildur, R 2013, Parents perspectives towards
home language and bilingual development of preschool children, Online Journal
on Pedagogy and Education, no.2013, pp.1-5
3.

Azizi Yahaya, Noordin Yahaya, Ooi, CL, Abdul Talib Bon & Sharifuddin Ismail,
Factors contributing to proficiency in English as a second language among

Chinese students in Johor Bahru, Elixir Psychology Journal, vol. 41, no. 2011,
pp. 5837-5848
4. Chien, HW 2005, Attitude and Behavior toward Bilingualism for Chinese
Parents and Children, ISB4: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on
Bilingualism, vol.4, pp.2385-2394.

http://www.asha.org/public/speech/development/second/
http://www.asha.org/public/speech/development/easl/
https://www.malaysia.gov.my/en/aboutmalaysia?subCatId=3208956&type=2&categoryId=3208945
http://www.mm2h.com/article-languages-in-malaysia.php
http://sdkrashen.com/content/books/sl_acquisition_and_learning.pdf
http://www.linguisticsociety.org/files/Bilingual.pdf
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