The reference list contains a list of the sources cited in the paper. The works cited in the text, in most cases, have corresponding reference list entries that provide the information necessary for readers to identify and retrieve the cited works.
All references consist of four components that appear in the following order and answers a question:
Author: Who is responsible for the work? -the person, persons, and/or group/organisation responsible for the work.
Date: When was this work published? -the date the work was published (or the indicator “n.d.” if no date of publication is available)
Title: What is this work called? - the title of the work being cited
Source: Where can I retrieve this work? - the location where readers can retrieve the cited work
As an APA Style user, you may wonder why article titles and book titles in APA Style reference list entries are in sentence case capitalisation. This blog post discuss the rationale for this guideline,
The University of Notre Dame Australia is proud to acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of this Land upon which our University sits. The University acknowledges that the Fremantle Campus is located on Wadjuk Country, the Broome Campus on Yawuru Country and the Sydney Campus on Gadigal Country.