UCLan School of Management & School of Business- Harvard referencing guidance

This guide will explain the basic principles of referencing sources in assignments. Use the navigation bars on the ↓left to go to each section of this guide

HARVARD REFERENCING

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The basics

 

Students in the School of Management and the School of Business MUST use Harvard referencing to refer to sources in assignments. The Harvard system has many different styles but both schools use UCLAN SCHOOLS of  BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT HARVARD style and all examples given in this guide are in this style.

 

(Please note that your module tutor may want you to use a different Harvard style)

 

A reference is when you refer to anything which you did not create yourself.  For example other people's:

 

♦ Words     ♦ Research ♦ Ideas

♦ Models   ♦ Theories  ♦ Data

♦ Statistics ♦ Images    ♦ Videos

 

Example

The example below shows a short and long reference to Angelina Jolie's own words which are written in her book 'Notes from my travels'. (Click on the image for larger version)

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