How do I reference a journal article in Harvard style? Last Updated: Oct 06, 2020 Views: 1181
Journal article required elements:
In the reference list
Family name of author, Initial(s). Year (in brackets) Title of article. Full Title of Journal (in italics), Volume number(Issue/Part number), Page number(s). DOI if available.
Stickley, A. (2011) Providing a law degree for the “real world”. The Law Teacher, 45(1), 63-86.
Example with DOI:
Day, D. (2011) Kinship and community in Victorian London: the ‘Beckwith Frogs’. History Workshop Journal, 71(1), 194-218. https://doi.org/10.1093/hwj/dbr001
Example of a journal article with several authors and a DOI:
Kodama, T., Bard-Chapeau, E. A., Newberg, J. Y., Kodama, M., Rangel, R., Yoshihara, K., Ward, J. M., Jenkins, N. A. & Copeland, N. G. (2016) Two-step forward genetic screen in mice identifies Ral GTPase-activating proteins as suppressors of hepatocellular carcinoma. Gastroenterology, 151(2), 324-337. https://doi.org/10.1053/j.gastro.2016.04.040
Include all authors' names in the reference list.
For further information, look at the Harvard guide.
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