Referencing Harvard

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Harvard referencing guide UniSA
This guide will help you apply the Harvard referencing style to your writing at UniSA. It is designed to help you understand the conventions and principles of this style and make decisions about referencing. There are many different versions of the Harvard style. This guide presents one consistent version for use at UniSA, which conforms to the Australian Government standard guidelines presented in Snooks & Co (eds) 2002, Style manual for authors, editors and printers, 6th edn, Wiley & Sons, Australia.

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What is referencing? ......................................................................................................................... 2 How do we reference? ...................................................................................................................... 3 Sample extract from an essay ............................................................................................................ 5 What if your source does not match? ................................................................................................ 7 Harvard referencing UniSA examples ................................................................................................. 8 Print ................................................................................................................................................... 8 Book ..................................................................................................................................... 8 Edited book......................................................................................................................... 10 Chapter in an edited book ................................................................................................... 11 Journal article ..................................................................................................................... 12 Magazine article.................................................................................................................. 13 Newspaper article ............................................................................................................... 13 Government publication ..................................................................................................... 14 Legal publication ................................................................................................................. 14 Patent or standard .............................................................................................................. 15 Dictionary, encyclopaedia or handbook ............................................................................... 15 Conference paper or thesis ................................................................................................. 16 Miscellaneous ..................................................................................................................... 16 Online (electronic) ............................................................................................................................ 17 Webpage or website ........................................................................................................... 17 Online journal article........................................................................................................... 18 Online news item ................................................................................................................ 19 E-book or online document ................................................................................................. 19 Miscellaneous ..................................................................................................................... 20 Sound and visual ............................................................................................................................... 22...

References: Type of reference Book with 1 author (this can include a person or an authoring body, e.g. a sponsoring organisation)
In-text reference examples Chabon (2008, p
In-text reference examples Campbell, Fox and de Zwart (2010, p. 46) argue… ...alternatives are preferable (Campbell, Fox & de Zwart 2010, p. 46).
Seah, R n.d., Micro-computer applications, Microsoft Press, Redmond, Washington. Seah, R c. 2005, Micro-computer applications, Microsoft Press, Redmond, Washington.
2nd or later edition of a book
Bordwell and Thompson (2009, p
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