his chapter explains some of the more common applications of the author–date (Harvard) system of referencing. It is based on the Style manual for authors, editors and printers, 6th edn, 2002, pp. 188–208 and pp. 220–32. The author–date (Harvard) referencing system is a widely used referencing style at Deakin, and is customary in courses in the physical, natural and social sciences, as well as in humanities courses. Note You should always check your unit guide or consult with academic staff (unit chair, lecturer or tutor) to make sure that this is the correct system for your unit. You must reference all material you use from all sources, acknowledging your sources each time you use a fact, idea or finding from someone’s work. This establishes the authority of your work and acknowledges the researchers and writers you have drawn upon in your paper. It is necessary to cite your sources each time you: • reproduce an author’s exact words (quote), that is, copy word for word directly from a text • use your own wording (summarise or paraphrase) to explain or discuss what someone else has said. If you copy an entire table, chart, diagram or graph, or if you take only some of the data contained in such sources, you must provide a reference. Sources such as journals, books, encyclopedias, computer programs and software, information from the Internet, reports, newspapers, interviews, radio and television must be cited in the body of your paper and detailed in a reference list at the end. Information from Deakin study guides and readers must also be acknowledged.
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