Act of Parliament Authors, multiple Author, none Bibliography Blog Capitalisation Chapter in an edited book or reader Citation - definition Citing authors whose original work you have not read Collaborative works Conference proceedings and papers Corporate author Dates, multiple Date, none Diagram Discussion board message Discussion lists DVD / Video Editions Electronic book Electronic journal articles Et al.
Foreign language material Graph Image / Table Internet Sources Lecture Missing information Multiple sources by the same author Newspaper article Patent Personal communication Photograph Place of publication, none Podcast Publisher, none Quotations Quotations, long Quotations, short Reference - definition References list Report Secondary referencing, or citing authors whose original work you have not read Table Television programme Thesis or dissertation Title page - definition Translations Web pages Wiki Working paper You Tube film [Back to top] In your citation provide the name of the act and the year: 2012) Be aware, however, if no named person or persons is given as the author(s) the work may have a corporate author. [Back to top] Include the name of the blog author, the title of the message, the name of the web site and the date the message was posted.
This number is commonly enclosed in round brackets (1), but it can also be written inside square brackets , as a superscript.
These styles are essentially the same as those presented in , sixteenth edition, with slight modifications for the needs of student writers.
Aims of this tutorial How to use the tutorial What is citing and referencing? Contact your nearest Library if you cannot find your answer in the present list.
Citing using the Harvard Style Multiple authors Activity 1: Citing in the text Quotations How to quote List of references Book Chapter in an edited book Journal article Electronic journal article Web document Activity 2: Compile the references Final words of advice FAQs This extensive FAQ list is provided to help you find answers to many more unusual questions relating to citing references.
The page numbers of the paper, within the proceedings as a whole, should be included: [Back to top] If a book has been through several editions there may be several copyright dates on the back of the title page. If there had just been an English summary to the full Swedish document you would have acknowledged this as: "(in Swedish with English summary)".
Take the latest date as your publication date — this is the publication date of the book you are holding. In choosing which method to adopt, it is wise to consider whether or not your reader is likely to be familiar with the original language.