Edwards (2006, p. 77) notes the growing popularity of department stores for purchasing fashion items.
Author's surname and Initials. (Year of publication). Title of journal article. Title of Journal in italics, volume number, (issue number or month) :pp. page numbers. Retrieved month day,year, from URL or DOI.
Edwards, B. (2006). We are fatally influenced by goods bought on Bond Street : London, shopping, and the fashionable geographies of 1930s Vogue. Fashion Theory, 10, (1/2): pp. 73-96. Retrieved November 12 , 2010, from EBSCOhost - Academic Search Premier.
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You, Cheng and Yan (2009, p. 37) point out that the production of yarns other than cotton also involves a significant level of pollution.
A by-product of the production of synthetic fibres is nitrous oxide, which depletes the ozone layer (You, Cheng & Yan 2009, p. 37)
You, S., Cheng, S. & Yan, H. (2009). The impact of textile industry on China's environment. International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education, 2, (1) : pp. 33-43. Retrieved November 12, 2010, from EBSCOhost - Textile Technology Complete.
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The novel The Sea, The Sea by Iris Murdoch is incisive on the issue of moral goodness, a subject to which Murdoch has devoted much of her life. ("Editorial Design", 2010, p. 66).
Editorial Design. (2010). Design Week, March, pp. 65-68. Retrieved 12 November, 2010, from EBSCOhost - Vocational Studies Complete.
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