In your bibliography you list all the works that you have used for your work. Since your readers must be able to identify and find your sources, it is important that the references are as complete and clear as possible.
There are rules stating what should be included in different types of references. Also, there is a variety of reference systems, stating exactly how this information should be written.
Leth, G. and Thurén, T. (2000). Källkritik för internet. Stockholm: the Swedish National Board of Psychological Defence.
Chapter/part of a book
Strömvik, M. (2006). Starting to "think big": the Nordic countries and EU peace-building. In Bailes, A. J. K., Herolf, G., Sundelius, B. (red.), The Nordic Countries and The European Security and Defence Policy, 199 - 214. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Collins, H. (2007). Bicycling on the moon: collective tacit knowledge and somatic-limit knowledge. Organization studies, 28(2), 257-262.
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