How do I reference a book in Harvard style? Last Updated: Mar 19, 2020 Views: 1358
In the text
Cite your sources by putting the author's family name and the year of publication into round brackets:
- Some commentators have argued (Penner, 2010) ...
- It has been concluded that a "strong preference for political rather than legal and judicial control mechanisms" (Oliver, 2003, p. 383) ...
In the reference list
Family name of author, Initial(s). Year of publication (in brackets) Title of book (in italics). Place of publication: Publisher.
Book with a single author
Oliver, D. (2003) Constitutional reform in the United Kingdom. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Book with multiple authors
Slapper, G. & Kelly, D. (2006) The English legal system. London: Cavendish.
Book with multiple editors
Sullivan, D. H. & Fidell, E. R. (eds.) (2002) Evolving military justice. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press.
Book with multiple editions
Cruttenden, A. (2014) Gimson's Pronunciation of English. 8th ed. Abingdon: Routledge.
For further information, look at the Harvard guide.
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