How do I reference in Harvard style? Last Updated: Apr 28, 2020 Views: 4608
There are two forms of reference required in the Harvard method of referencing:
In-text citation, i.e. where you refer to the work or ideas of another individual or organisation and indicate this source at the relevant point in the body of your writing. An in-text citation will require brief details, including the name of the author, year of publication and potentially a page number. Fuller details should be provided in your reference list later in your assignment.
Full reference in reference list, i.e. the full publication details for sources used, arranged alphabetically by author name or organisation name in a list provided towards the end of your assignment.
Harvard style can vary between institutions and publishers. All of the advice here is in Harvard (Lancaster University Library) style, which is the same as Harvard (LUMS) style.
For more information, visit the Harvard (Lancaster University Library) guide.
This style is also available to use with EndNote. Please visit the EndNote desktop guide for more information.
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