Harvard Citation Style All Examples T
Two or more works cited at one point in the text
If two or more works by different authors or authoring bodies are cited at one point in the text, use a semi-colon to separate them:
(Larsen 2000; Malinowski 1999)
The authors should be listed in alphabetical order.
Two or three authors or authoring bodies
When citing a work by two or three authors or authoring bodies, cite the names in the order in which they appear on the title page:
(Malinowski, Miller & Gupta 1995)
A block quote is a longer quote. It consists of more than about 30 words when using the author-date (Harvard) system:
It was stated that:
If any similiar qualitative research is to be undertaken in the future, then stringent controls should be put in place to ensure such statistical anomalies do not occur through lack of methodological rigor, particularly through corruption of data inadequately stored and processes (Mullane 2006, p.66).
The actual quote is in slightly smaller font and idented from the left hand margin to distinguish it from the surrounding text.
In-text and reference list examples
Books & eBooks
Reference List Example
Book: single author
(Holt 1997) or Holt (1997) wrote that...
Holt, DH 1997, Management principles and practices, Prentice-Hall, Sydney.
Book: 2 or 3 authors
(McCarthy, William & Pascale 1997)
McCarthey, EJ, William, DP & Pascale, GQ 1997, Basic marketing, Irwin, Sydney.
Book: more than 3 authors (Bond et al. 1996)
Bond, WR, Smith, JT, Brown, KL & George, M 1996, Management of small firms, McGraw-Hill, Sydney.
Book: no author
(A history of Greece 1994)
A history of Greece 1994, Irwin, Sydney.
(ed. Jones 1998)
Jones, MD (ed.) 1998, Management in Australia, Academic Press, London.
Last updated 17/09/2014
Harvard citation style – All examples
Book: 2 or more editors (eds