Harvard Referencing Tutorial

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Aims of this tutorial
How to use the tutorial
What is citing and referencing?
An example
Why is it important to cite references?
When should I cite?
Citing using the Harvard Style
Multiple authors
Activity 1: Citing in the text
Quotations
How to quote
List of references
Book
Chapter in an edited book
Journal article
Electronic journal article
Web document
Activity 2: Compile the references
Final words of advice
FAQs

When two authors have written the source, include both their last names in your citation:

(Cullingworth and Nadin 2007)

or

Cullingworth and Nadin (2007).

When there are three or more authors write the last name of the first author, followed by et al. whenever you cite the source:

Tayler et al. (2003)

or

(Tayler et al. 2003)

Sometimes you may find the information you are discussing has been written in several different sources. In this case cite them all in one set of brackets in chronological order of publication. List any works published in the same year in alphabetical order:

(Midgley 1994; Smith 1994; UNCHS 1996; Gandelsonas 2002).

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