First, the type of reference
The type of reference (ie the source of the citation) is identified by a single letter, as follows:
For document types that do not fall into the above categories, the letter Z is used. For English references , the following two points should also be noted: ① The author's name should be based on the first name and last name principle
The specific format is: last name, initials of first name, such as: Malcolm Richard Cowley should be: Cowley, MR
If there are two authors, the method of the first author is the same, the first letter of the second author after the & is placed in front, and the last name is placed after. .; ② Book titles and newspaper titles use italics, such as: Mastering English Literature, English Weekly.
Format and examples of references
[Format] [Serial Number] Author. Title [J]. Title, Year of Publication, Volume Number (Issue Number): Starting and Ending Page Number. [Example]
 Wang Haisu. Shallow Parliament Accounting Information Disclosure Model [J]. Financial Research, 2004, 21 (1): 56-58.  Xia Luhui. Investigation Report on the Teaching of Graduation Thesis in Colleges and Universities [J]. 2004 (1): 46-52.  Heider, ER & D.C.Oliver.The structure of color space in naming and memory of two language [J] .Foreign Language Teaching and Research, 1999, (3): 62– 67.
[Format] [Serial Number] Author. Title [M]. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication: Start and End Page Number. [Example]
 Ge Jiayi, Lin Zhijun. Modern Western Financial Accounting Theory [M]. Xiamen: Xiamen University Press, 2001: 42.  Gill, R. Mastering English Literature [M]. London: Macmillan, 1985: 42-45 .
3. Newspaper [format] [No.] author. Title [N]. Newspaper name, date of publication (version).
 Li Dalun. The Importance of Economic Globalization [N]. Guangming Daily, 1998-12-27 (3).
 French, W. Between Silences: A Voice from China [N]. Atlantic Weekly, 1987-8-15 (33).