Images, graphs and tables

Images, graphs, and tables

From a book or journal

AUTHOR/CREATOR SURNAME, First Name or Initials., Year. Title of work [medium]. Book Title. Edition (if not the 1st). Place: Publisher. Page number.

Example: PEARS, R., & SHIELDS, G., 2010. Checklist of what to include in your reference list for the most common information sources [table]. Cite Them Right. 8th ed. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. p.13.

Example of in text citation:

Pears and Shields’ (2010) table illustrates the most common reference examples.

Online images

AUTHOR/CREATOR SURNAME, First Name or Initials., Year. Title of work [medium]. [viewed date]. Available from: http://www...

Photographs from the internet

Example: AURALYNN, 2007. Vivienne Westwood with Gwen Stefani [online photograph]. [viewed 15 May 2015]. Available from: https://www.flickr.com

Example of in text citation:

Vivienne Westwood continues to appeal to newer generations of musicians (Auralynn, 2007).

Images from a database

Example: The Scotsman Publications Ltd., 1980. BBC 'Good Morning Scotland' team 1980 [photograph]. [viewed 15 May 2015]. Available from: http://www.scran.ac.uk

Example of in text citation:

This lack of diversity is also apparent in radio broadcasting (The Scotsman Publications Ltd, 1980).

Images or photographs (for instance in a museum or gallery)

AUTHOR/CREATOR SURNAME, First Name or Initials., Year. Title of work [medium]. At: Place: holding institution, department.

Example: MURPHY, S., 2013. Katie Walsh [photograph]. At: London: National Portrait Gallery.

Examples of in text citations:

Backlighting the subject creates a silhouette effect (Murphy, 2013).

Backlighting as used by Murphy (2013) creates a silhouette effect.