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Newspaper Articles and Case Studies
If a newspaper article or case study has an obvious author, the procedure described for journals should be followed, volume and series information being replaced by the day and month. If the article has no obvious author, it should be identified by means of the title. Such a citation should also be included alphabetically in the list of references.
Brandis, G. 1987, ‘The Liberals: Just who is forgetting whom?’, Weekend Australian, 24-25 Jan, p. 19.
‘Killing bin Laden won’t end the terror’, 2001, The Age, 19/10/01, p. 26.
Legge, K. 1987, ‘Labor to cost the “Keating Factor”’, Times on Sunday, 1st Feb, p. 2. (Financial Review, (1987) 23 Jan, editorial)