Harvard Referencing System - guide and examples
Harvard referencing system is the most common style of referencing used at Staffordshire University and is the officially adopted standard for all students except those studying modules in law or psychology.
This guides below provide examples of how a wide range of information sources should be referenced according to the University's approved Harvard style, including the order of the elements and punctuation used. For each source there are examples of how to cite within the text and how to write your list of references.
A Quick Guide to Harvard referencing (PDF, file size: 60.86KB)
A guide to referencing the most common sources of information.
Harvard Referencing Examples (PDF, file size: 239.95KB)
A detailed guide to referencing many sources of information.
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The following links will provide more information on specific aspects of Harvard referencing: