If you are using words or ideas from a source that you found quoted or cited in another (secondary) source, you must identify both of the sources.

  • Give one entry that includes both sources.
  • Begin the entry with the original source and add 'cited in' or 'quoted in' (as relevant) in front of the full details for the secondary source.

Fullnote

1. Fiona Hilferty, “Teacher Professionalism and Cultural Diversity: Skills, Knowledge and Values for a Changing Australia,” Australian Educational Researcher 35, no. 3 (2008): 58, quoted in Kathryn Meldrum and Jacqui Peters, Learning to Teach Health and Physical Education: The Student, the Teacher and the Curriculum (Sydney: Pearson Australia, 2012), 109.

Subsequent notes

3. Hilferty, “Teacher Professionalism.”

Bibliography

Hilferty, Fiona. “Teacher Professionalism and Cultural Diversity: Skills, Knowledge and Values for a Changing Australia.” Australian Educational Researcher 35, no. 3 (2008): 58. Quoted in Kathryn Meldrum and Jacqui Peters, Learning to Teach Health and Physical Education: The Student, the Teacher and the Curriculum, Sydney: Pearson Australia, 2012.