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AMJ (Academy of Management Journal) referencing style

About AMJ

The Academy of Management Journal style is an author-date style designed for articles published in The Academy of Management Journal

Where the AMJ style guide does not address specific resource types UQ Library will apply the basic elements of the AMJ guideline to address the resource type.

What is referencing?

Referencing is a standardised way of acknowledging the sources of information and ideas that you have used in your document.

Why reference?

Referencing is important to avoid plagiarism, to verify quotations, to show that you have researched the topic and to enable readers to follow up what you have written and locate the cited author’s work.

Steps in referencing 

  • Keep a record of the full bibliographic details and relevant page numbers of all the sources from which information is taken
  • Insert brief citations at the appropriate places in the text of your assignment. These are known as in-text citations
  • Compile a reference list at the end of the assignment that includes the full details of all references cited.

Always check with your course coordinator, lecturer or tutor about the bibliographic style preferred for your course. 

EndNote Referencing Software

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To print or save this guide:

  1. Go to the print version of the Academy of Management Journal style guide.
  2. Click Print Page at the end of the page or use your browser's print tool​.

Note: This guide was updated on 4 August 2021

About referencing

This referencing style guide provides a set of rules on how to acknowledge the thoughts, ideas and works of others when you use them in your own work.

Many types of publication examples have been provided in this guide. If you cannot find the example you need, you can:

  • consult the Academy of Management Journal: Style guide for authors - references
  • type the title of the item into Library Search to see if it has a suggested citation
  • view the reference lists of articles in publications that use AMJ (Academy of Management Journal)  such as the Academy of Management Journal
  • adapt the rules of a similar publication type to the item
  • consult other institutions’ style guides
  • consult the Instructions to authors, if writing for a journal
  • consult with your tutor or course coordinator.

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