A good essay includes an introduction that outlines why the topic is important and indicates how the essay is structured and a concluding section reiterating the main points made in the main body of the essay.
When you cite an author's work in your text, you should give their name, the publication date and, if you are quoting their words, the page number, all enclosed in brackets. For instance, (Artil, (2000) Accounting and Finance for non specialists, p.35)
Also, you should cite them on alphabetical order in the reference list at the end of your essay. But for our course I need you to put them on the tailing part of the page.
Preston, D. and Hart, C.(1998) 'the trail of clues for trainee graduates' in Mabey, C., Skinner, D. and Clark, T.(eds) Experiencing Human Resources Management, Sage, pp.202- 15
Sturges, J.(1999) 'what it means to succeed: personal conceptions of career ….etc' British Journal of Management, Vol. 10, pp. 239-52
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You should include the author's surname and initials, the year of publication (in Brackets), 'the title of the article', the title of the journal in italics, and the volume and issue number. This should be followed by online in square brackets and available from (the name of the service or URL). Finally in square brackets add date you accessed the site. For example,
Brid, R. (1996)' you need a translator or visual communication comes of age', Deliberations, Vol. 6, No. 2 [online]. Available from: www.lgu.ac.uk/deliberations/ [accessed 21 March 2003]
Include the author's surname and initials, the year of publication if given in (Brackets), the title of the document (in italic or underlined) followed by 'online' in square brackets, the publisher, the 'available from' information, such as URL and in square brackets the date you accessed the site. For example: