APA Referencing Guide — British or International Standard

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APA Referencing Guide — British or international standard

In-text Reference Reference List
  • The author is British Standards Institution or International Standards Organisation
  • Reference to author in text, just give year of publication in brackets after their name
  • No reference to author in text, include author/date in brackets.
  • British Standards Institution or International Standards Organisation followed by a full stop
  • Year of publication (in round brackets) followed by a full stop
  • Standard number: Title of standard (in italics)
  • Place of publication: Publisher. (abbreviated to either BSI or ISO)
  • If the standard was accessed online, instead of publisher details add: Retrieved from http://www.xxxxx

According to the strict conventions of proof reading (British Standards Institution, 2005) ...

British Standards Institution. (2005). BS 5261-2:2005: Copy preparation and proof correction: Part 2: Specification for typographic requirements marks for copy preparation and proof correction, proofing procedures. London, England: BSI.

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