Oxford Referencing: Theses

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Basic format to reference a thesis

Format for footnotes for a thesis:

1 A. Author, Title of Thesis: Subtitle in Italics, Ph.D. or MA diss., Place of Publication, Publisher, Year of Publication, p. xx.

Example:

1 C. Suwetwattanakul, Developing a Knowledge Sharing Model for the Implementation of the Learning Organization in Thailand, Ph.D. diss., Melbourne, Victoria University, 2010, p. 267.

Referencing a thesis: Examples

Material Type Footnote Example Reference List Example
Thesis: Print

1 C. Suwetwattanakul, Developing a Knowledge Sharing Model for the Implementation of the Learning Organization in Thailand, Ph.D. diss., Melbourne, Victoria University, 2010, p. 267.

Don't include the city or state location if it is in the title of the University.

Suwetwattanakul, C., Developing a Knowledge Sharing Model for the Implementation of the Learning Organization in Thailand, Ph.D. diss., Melbourne, Victoria University, 2010.
Thesis:
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1 W. Abur, Settlement Strategies for the South Sudanese Community in Melbourne: An Analysis of Employment and Sport Participation, MA diss., Melbourne, Victoria University, 2018, p. 1, http://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/36189, (accessed 30 April 2019). 
 

 Abur, W., Settlement Strategies for the South Sudanese Community in Melbourne: An Analysis of Employment and Sport Participation, MA diss., Melbourne, Victoria University, 2018, http://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/36189, (accessed 30 April 2019). 

 

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