As a secondary part of today’s class, we have been collating our resources from the first week – Using Library Resources. We have now referenced these resources properly, using Harvard Referencing guidelines as laid out in “Quote Unquote”. It’s important to keep all of our materials referenced, so that we can find them easily upon request and to avoid any possibility of plagiarism.
Having worked on many essays in the past, I am no stranger to Harvard Referencing, bibliographies, etc, and I fully appreciate the need for them. Due to my familiarity with the subject, I found today’s task fine. Obviously it’s not the most exciting task, but I understand its importance.
We have collated our references and are in the process of uploading them to the wiki. You can see mine below:
Marshall McLuhan – The Medium is the Massage
Huyssen, A. (1989), In the Shadow of McLuhan: Jean Baudrillard’s Theory of Simulation, Assemblage, 10, pp. 6-17, The MIT Press.
Roland Barthes – Camera Lucida
Olin, M. (2002), Touching Photographs: Roland Barthes’s ”Mistaken” Identification. Representations, 80 (1), pp. 99-118, University of California Press.
John Berger – Ways of Seeing
Richardson, J. (1983), Seeing Berger: A Revaluation of “Ways of Seeing” by Peter Fuller, Leonardo, 16 (1), pp. 66, The MIT Press