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Author or organisation
Year of publication/update
Title (give the title of the specific page you are referring to)
The Basic In-Text citation format is:
(Author Surname or Organisation Year)
The Basic Reference format is:
Author or Organisation Year. Title of the specific page (available on-line: URL, accessed DD Month Year).
(Global Social Media Impact Study 2016)
Reference list entry:
GLOBAL SOCIAL MEDIA IMPACT STUDY 2016. Global Social Media Impact Study: India field site (available
online: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/global-social-media/fieldsite-profiles/india, accessed 20 December 2016).