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Harvard Referencing Guide: Images - Introduction

Images - Introduction

Images - Introduction

Images - Introduction

Images - Introduction

 

Images fall into two broad categories. These are ;

 

 

Figures.  These include photographs, illustrations, drawings, diagrams, logos, graphs and maps etc.

 

Tables.    These are simply word/numbers that are displayed in orderly rows as columns such as a spreadsheet.

 

If you include an image in your work, and have not created it yourself, then of course you will need to properly reference it.
 
 
 
When you reference an image, you should :
 
  • Include a caption with a number and in-text citation -  below the image for a figure but above the image for a table.
  • Make a reference to the image at the relevant point in your text.
  • Include a full reference in your Reference List/Bibliography

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