For each in-text citation you will need to record the full details in the bibliography.
Citations always have 2 parts:
1. In-text citation (a brief citation within your assignment)
2. A bibliography (a list of full citations at the end of your assignment)
An in text citation is how you acknowledge resources within your work.
Example of an in-text citation for a quote :
"Being able to put right the things that are wrong in your life is essential to living it the way you want to" (Ratcliffe 2003, p.13).
Example of an in-text citation for an idea (when you are paraphrasing someone else's words):
Ratcliffe (2003, p.13) states that we need change things that aren't working for us in order to improve our lives.
Referencing is a requirement for all your assignment if you use someone else's words or ideas. It helps to
Visit the LRC if you need assistance with your citations.
There are also some handy guides on the web:
Online tools such as Bibme can help you with your citations, but make sure you check to see they are correct!
Some also have apps so you can keep track of your references on the go.