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There are nine minor amendments to the revised edition which are:

  1. Introduction  The first sentence of the second paragraph should read as follows:A bibliography lists all the sources of information that you have consulted, including the items in your reference list.
  2. 3.4 Book without a named author
    Amendment to reference list example:There should not be a full stop after the title of the book
  3. 5 Conference papers
    Amendment to in-text citation example:You should not give the author(s)’ initials
  4. 9.7 Amateur film and 9.8 Trailer
    Amendment to in-text citation:Director’s name should not be in italics
  5. 10.1 Broadcast
    In the diagram:The title or description of the programme should not be in italics
  6. 11.1 Journal articles
    Amendment to reference list example and checklist:Add a comma after the volume number ONLY if there is no part/issue/month/season
  7. 17.2 Facebook
    Amendment to reference list example and checklist:Facebook should be capitalised
  8. 17.4 Twitter
    Amendment to reference list example and checklist:Twitter should be capitalised
  9. 26.1 Personal author
    Amendment to reference list example:There should not be a colon after “Available from”