Harvard Referencing Guide

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|Section 1: Using the Harvard System | | | | | |Introduction |1 | |How to use this Booklet |1 | |Citations, References and Bibliographies: what they are and why you need them |1 | |How to Cite References in your Text | | |Page Numbers |3 | |Citing Several Documents by the Same Author |4 | |Anonymous Documents |5 | |Documents With No Publication Date |6 | |Coping with Quotes |6 | |Short quotations |6 | |Longer quotations |6 | |Secondary Quotations: citing or quoting from sources YOU have not seen |7 | |Recording your references |7 | |Bibliographical details required for different sources | | | |8 | |Section 2: How to cite and reference your sources |9 | | | | |Examples | | | | | |1. Books | | |1.1 Books with single author/editor | | |1.2 Books with organisations as authors | | |1.3 Books with 2or 3 authors/editors |10 | |1.4 Books with more than 3 authors/editors |11 | | |11 | | |12 | |...
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