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Citing References in Harvard style

Lots of students have recently been asking about reference citing. The library has a useful guide: Guide to citing references (Harvard System)

(Links updated to latest referencing guide – 1 Dec 2012)

If you are planning to use EndNote for managing your references, take a look at the earlier Harvard referencing and EndNote blog post.

(The term Harvard system is sometimes used rather than Harvard style. This is because Harvard is an author date referencing approach that allows a good deal of flexibility on the detailed formatting of references. It is not described in the detail of styles such as APA, Chicago, MLA, and Turbian.)

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  1. Mark Greenwood
    5 October 2011 at 6:30 pm

    The guide to citing refs just gives a Not Found error

    [6 Oct 2011] Links to guide updated. (alternatively you can use the “Guides” tab on Business Research Plus)

  1. 26 July 2012 at 3:29 pm

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