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Harvard General Style Notes


These notes are based on the Harvard style as set out in Snooks and Co. (rev.) 2002, Style manual for authors, editors and printers, 6th edn, John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd., Milton, Qld. Copies are held in the University of Melbourne Library collection.
Before selecting a referencing style check with your tutor, lecturer or supervisor for the style preferred by the School or Department.
The Harvard style is an author-date referencing system with two key components:

As the purpose of referencing is to acknowledge the source and to enable the reader to trace the sources, reference data must be accurate.


Reference List


ch.

chapter

edn

edition

ed. ( eds)

editor (editors)

n.d.

no date

p. (pp.)

page (pages)

ser.

series

suppl.

supplement

rev.

revised

trans.

translator(s)

vol.

volume (as in vol. 4)

vols

volumes (as in 4 vols.)


In text citations


Specific Reference Types


Books

Journals

Magazines

Newspapers

DVD, Video, TV or Radio Broadcast

Electronic

For more information:


This guide is based on an Australian style manual (AGPS style) revised by Snooks & Co. (2002).

Refer to:
Snooks and Co. (rev.) 2002, Style manual for authors, editors and printers, 6th edn, John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd., Milton, Qld.

 


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