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

Web document

For a web page that is not an electronic journal you should record the following information in the reference:

Author or Editor (if available). Year (if available). Title [Online]. Place: Publisher (if available). Available at: web address of document [Accessed: day Month year].

Example:

Lane, C. et al. 2003. The future of professionalised work: UK and Germany compared [Online]. London: Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society. Available at: http://www.agf.org.uk/pubs/pdfs/1232web.pdf [Accessed: 10 May 2007].

Tips

Citing web pages can be problematic:

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