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I want to reference a journal as a whole, not just an article

Discussion in 'Assignments, Dissertations & Exams (Midwifery)' started by cowgirl, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. cowgirl

    cowgirl Active Member

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    Any ideas thankyou please??? Harvard referencing :'(
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    Hmmm... journal editors, date, journal title, volume number I think... (I should know the answer to this. Message me tomorrow to remind me and I can check for you!)
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    cowgirl Active Member

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    Yaaaahhh that's right, but what I've written is, my views about midwives came from, this, that, the other, SMNET and the practising midwife. As a whole kinda thing. I'm thinking maybe "The practising midwife (no date) Bromley: Elsevier"

    ETA I've changed it, searched my humungous pile of TPMs and found an editorial which agreed what I said about it :D

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