How to cite material from The Oxford Review

Many people like to use our blog posts, research briefings, special reports and infographics in their own blogs, reports and presentations. We follow the MLA (Modern Language Association) citation rubric.

How to properly cite or reference material from The Oxford Review

Research Briefings

If the briefing is a review of one research paper, locate the reference at the bottom of the paper:

How to cite an Oxford Review Research Briefing

You reference will be: in the form ‘Primary Briefing Reference’  In  {Review Title}. Research Briefing. The Oxford Review. www.oxford-review.com

So the citation of the above research briefing becomes:

Manning, T., & Manning, T. (2017). The development and use of a contingency model of objective setting. Industrial and Commercial Training. In A new model of objective and goal setting: contingent objective setting. Research Briefing. The Oxford Review. www.oxford-review.com

 

Special Reports

We regularly produce special reports for members on a particular topics. These are condensed literary reviews and as such are referenced as primary sources. So this Special Report:

The Oxford Review Research-Based Guide to Unlearning

Is referenced as:

Author (Year) Title ; Oxford Review Special Report. The Oxford Review www.oxford-review.com

so the citation is

Wilkinson. D.J. (2018) The Oxford Review Research-Based Guide to Unlearning; Oxford Review Special Report. The Oxford Review www.oxford-review.com 

 

Infographics

To cite an infographic:

How to do high impact communications

Creators Last Name, Creators First Name (Year) Title of Infographic: Research Infographic, Title of Website, Publisher, URL

So to cite this infographic:

Wilkinson, D.J. (2017) How to do high impact communications: Research Infographic. The Oxford Review. The Oxford Review. https://www.oxford-review.com

 

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