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Harvard Style

The Harvard referencing style uses an in text Author/Date citation, which can either be displayed as a parenthetical citation at the end of a sentence, or included as part of a statement. Page numbers may or may not be included, depending on the specificity of the reference.

Differences in layout, capitalization and punctuation are acceptable provided they are used consistently within the document, but it is recommended that you consult your department about which style is appropriate. The style variation specific to your subject may also be found under your portals "Guides" section or details can be provided by your subject librarian.