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Referencing

A guide to referencing styles at GSM London

Referencing examples using the Harvard style

book with one author elements

book with two authors elements

book with 3 authors elements

book with four or more authors elements

ebook harvard reference broken down

journal article elements

website elements in harvard style

 

To reference articles from online or print newspapers in the Harvard style, use the below convention.

 

  • Author (or publisher if no author available)
  • Year of Publication
  • Article title (in single quotation marks)
  • Newspaper name (in italics)
  • Date article published
  • Page reference (if taken from print newspaper)
  • URL and access date (if accessed online)

 

Example (online):

In-text citation

...as argued by O'Connor (2018).

Reference list

O'Connor, S. (2018) 'Our robot era demands a different approach to retraining'. Financial Times, 23 January. Available at: https://www.ft.com/content/c4bde676-0027-11e8-9650-9c0ad2d7c5b5 (Accessed: 19 March 2018).

 

ft.com referencing in harvard style, elements highlighted

 

Example (print):

In-text citation

...as argued by O'Connor (2018). 

Reference list

O'Connor, S. (2018) 'Our robot era demands a different approach to retraining'. Financial Times, 24 January, p. 11.

 

ft print example

 

 

chapter of an edited book elements

government publications online elements

tv programme referencing elements

secondary sources elements

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