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Quick Guide to Harvard Referencing Essay

  • Submitted by: Rebecca1108
  • on February 26, 2014
  • Category: English
  • Length: 945 words

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Quick guide to Harvard Referencing

Referencing a book
When writing a book reference the order in which your bibliographic information appears depends on the referencing style. The following information should be included in your book reference entry: Name(s) of Author(s) (or originator/s) , Year of publication, Main title of book, Title of chapter (in an edited collection), Name(s) of editor(s), Edition (only if it is not the first edition e.g. 2 nd edition, international edition), Place of publication and publisher. Author(s) Year of publication Title Edition Place of publication Publisher

Fowkes, B. (1995) The rise and fall of communism in Eastern Europe. 2nd edn. Basingstoke: Macmillan.
Comma Full stop Brackets Italics Full stop Colon Full stop

Referencing a chapter in an edited book

Sometimes you may need to refer to specific chapter/section of an edited book. In this case the following information should be added at the beginning of your reference entry: Author of the chapter/section, Year of publication, Title of chapter/section, ‘In’ plus the author/editor of the book followed by the title of the book and publisher details and finally the Page reference. Author(s) chapter Year of publication Title of chapter Full book reference as above

Demirbas, M.F. (2009) ‘World biofuel scenario’, In Pandey, A. (ed.) Handbook of plant-based biofuels. Boca Raton: CRC Press, pp. 13-28. Page numbers

Referencing an ebook

When writing a reference for a book that you have accessed electronically, an ebook, you need to include some extra information. Instead of listing the place of publication and the publisher you should include: Name of ebook collection e.g. Dawsonera, [Online] followed by, Available at ,with the URL and (Accessed: date) Name of ebook collection Blaxter, L., Hughes, C. & Tight, M. (2010) How to research. 4th edn. Dawsonera [Online]. Available at: http://www.dawsonera.com/ (Accessed: 17 August 2011). URL

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