It is a way to demonstrate that you have extended your learning.
Two reasons for referencing:
· To let the reader know whose ideas you are using
· To enable your reader to check your information
IN THE SOURCE LIST
Knight, D. 1997. Barthes and utopia: space, travel, writing. Oxford: Clarendon.
According to the UJ Plagiarism Policy (2013:06) “Plagiarism is the act of representing the ideas, writings, works or inventions of others as the fruits of one’s own original intellectual endeavors without adequately acknowledging the author or source”. Plagiarism is a serious offence and you should familiarise yourself with the University of Johannesburg and FADA’s plagiarism policies and procedures. If you are unsure whether you are committing plagiarism, consult a lecturer before handing in your assignment.