Create a reference page to list your references.
For each reference person, include full name, title, organization with which the person is affiliated, complete address, phone number and email address.
Salutations prior to names
A person with a medical, Ph.D. or other doctoral-level degree is addressed as "Dr. (name)" regardless of gender.
Persons who do not hold a doctoral or medical degree are addressed as "Mr." or "Ms." (Marital status, reflected by "Miss" and "Mrs." are irrelevant to business and professional communication.)
While it is not required to place "Mr." or "Ms." before a person's name on a reference list, it can be helpful, especially if a person's gender is not obvious from the name (not uncommon). This simply helps the person contacting the reference to use the appropriate salutation. (Think about times you might have seen a job ad, with instructions to write to "Chris Jones" or "H. Walters."
You cannot tell from that information whether to address the person as "Ms." or "Mr." and you don't want to be wrong!
Make absolutely sure you spell your references' names correctly.
Your name and contact information should be at the heading of the page — just like it appears on your resume.
See sample reference page below.
This is how you would list your references at the end of your assignment in alphabetical order by author.
Cameron, B (Minister for Corrections, Victoria) 2007, Construction begins on high security unit, media release, Victoria, 28 March,
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Douglas, N, Douglas, G & Derrett, R (eds) 2001, Special interest groups: context and cases, John Wiley & Sons, Brisbane, Qld.
Farley, J 2008, ‘The role of prices in conserving critical natural capital', ConservationBiology, vol. 22, no. 6, pp. 1399-1408,
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Guidebook to Australian social security law 1983, CCH Australia, North Ryde, NSW.
Hatch, JA 2002, Doing qualitative research in education settings, State of , Albany.
Kneller, JP 1963a, Is logical thinking logical?, Ponsonby & Partridge, Dubbo.
----- 1963b, 'Thinking and logical interaction', Brain Logic, vol. 257, no. 4, pp. 54-62.
MacFarlane, I 2002, 'Aboriginal society in North West Tasmania: dispossession and genocide', PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.
Man with the movie camera 1998, video recording, Chatsworth, CA. Distributed by Image Entertainment. Directed by Dziga Vertov.
O'Connor, DJ 1957, An introduction to the philosophy of education, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London.
Peirson, G, Brown, R, Easton, S, Howard, P & Pinder, S 2006, Business finance, 9th edn, McGraw-Hill, North Ryde, NSW.
The search for meaning 1998, radio program, ABC Radio, Sydney, 24 March.
Treloar, D 1999, 'Grains of sense', Australian Gourmet Traveller, November, pp. 29-30, 64.
University of Tasmania Library 2010, Management library guide, University of Tasmania Library,
viewed 19 March 2010, <http://utas.libguides.com/management>.
Wallis, C 1992, 'Asymmetric dependence and mental representation', Psychology, vol. 3, no. 70,
viewed 18 November 2003,
Whiteley, BC 1979, 'Emotional response', Brain Talk, vol. 2, no. 12, pp. 234-5.