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THL111: Recommended readings

Interpreting Citations

Recommended readings in your subject site can give you an idea of the type of resources that your lecturer values.

Distinguishing between citations for books, book chapters, journal articles and websites can help you to search for the items in Primo Search, Google Scholar, or Journal Databases.

Below we list some of the most common resources and their citation structure when formatted in the Chicago 16th edition style

Book citations should have the following structure: Author/s. Book title in italics. Edition. Place of publication and publisher. Year of publication.

Journal article citations should have the following structure: Author/s. Article title in quotation marks. Journal title in italics. Volume, Issue, Year of publication, page numbers. Retrieval information.

Finding Readings in Primo Search

If you paste in the whole citation you will usually get no results.

Search for the article title for a journal article.

Search for the book title for a book or book chapter - add an author if you get too many results.

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Search subject reserve using your subject code THL111

St Marks students & online students

Search for the book, Rainbow Spirit Theology: Towards an Australian Aboriginal Theology in the Primo search widget above.

What is the call number for this book at St Marks library?

St Francis Students

Search the Roscoe Library catalogue when you are looking for print resources and use Primo when you are looking for electronic resources

What is the call number for Rainbow Spirit Theology: Towards an Australian Aboriginal Theology at Roscoe Library?

Charles Sturt University acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands on which its campuses are located, paying respect to Elders, both past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations Peoples.

Charles Sturt University is an Australian University, TEQSA Provider Identification: PRV12018. CRICOS Provider: 00005F.