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Harvard Style Guide: Chapter in an edited book

This guide explains how to use the Harvard Style. It includes a short tutorial.

Chapter in an edited book

Reference: Chapter Author(s) Last name, Initials. (Year) 'Chapter title', in Editor(s) Last name, Initials (ed.) Title. Place of publication: Publisher, page range.

Example: Murphy, A. (2001) 'Understanding globalism through a rural locale', in O'Riordan, T. (ed.) Globalism, localism and identity. London: Earthscan, pp. 100-110.

In-Text-Citation:

  • Chapter author's Last name (Year)
  • (Chapter author's Last name, Year) 

Example:

  • This was examined in Murphy (2001)….
  • Others have examined this claim (Murphy, 2001)….

 

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