A Manual for Family Historians which aims to answer the question "how do I reference the diverse range of source material encountered by the family historian?"
The question has become even more complex in recent years with the increasing use of the internet and the plethora of new online sources now added to the mix. The construction of the text for a family history does require that you acknowledge your sources, adhere to copyright legislation and take note of ethical issues in your publication.
This book uses a straight forward and practical format to take you through the rules and conventions of referencing and acknowledgement of the resources used in your research to provide an easy and sensible entry into this important historical task.
'Citing Historical Sources: A Manual for Family Historians' discusses plagarism, digital resources, social media, Trove, oral sources, copyright, photographs, the protection of ideas, ethics, permission and release forms, and all aspects of footnotes, endnotes and the bibliography.
The book has ample notes on how you can use online resources and print media to help with your referencing and there are numerous footnotes, endnotes, in-text references, capitalisation, the citing of images and more.
Softcover, A5, indexed, 40 pages
Noeline Kyle, Unlock the Past 2013