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Advice on References

Advice on References

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Harvard Referencing
Harvard Referencing

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Harvard Referencing Guidelines/V1 Page 1 of 13 February 2009
 
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Harvard Referencing Guidelines/V1 Page 2 of 13 February 2009
These guidelines have been designed to keep students informed of theHarvard Referencing System and assist with their achievements with CQI.
1. DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................................... 3 2. HOW TO CITE IN YOUR TEXT ........................................................................................ 4 2.1 Authors ................................................................................................................... 4 2.1.1 Direct ................................................................................................................ 4 2.1.2 Indirect ............................................................................................................. 4 2.2 Page Numbers ......................................................................................................... 4 2.3 Chapter Authors from edited books ........................................................................... 4 2.4 Corporate authors .................................................................................................... 4 2.5 Secondary sources ................................................................................................... 5 2.6 Tables or Diagrams .................................................................................................. 5 3. HOW TO REFERENCE .................................................................................................... 6 4. REFERENCING BOOKS ................................................................................................... 7 5. E BOOKS, JOURNALS AND WEBSITES ............................................................................ 8 6. REFERENCING PUBLICATIONS AND OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS .......................................... 10 7. REFERENCING PICTURES, TABLES AND GRAPHS .......................................................... 12 8. MISSING DETAILS ....................................................................................................... 13
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Harvard Referencing Guidelines/V1 Page 3 of 13 February 2009
1. DEFINITIONS
Citation: is when you refer to the work of other authors in the text of your own work.Reference: each citation needs a reference at the end of the work. This gives you the fulldetails of the source and should enable it to be traced.Bibliography: a list of relevant items you have used in preparation of the assignment but arenot necessarily cited in the text.

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