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Harvard Style Guide: eBook

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

eBook

Reference: Authors’ Last name, Initials. (Year) Title of book. Available at: URL (Downloaded: Day Month Year).

Example: Luhr, W. (2004) The Coen brothers' Fargo. Cambridge University Press film handbooks series. Available at: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Coen-Brothers-Fargo-Cambridge-Handbooks ebook/dp/B001G60IQI/ref=kinw_dp_ke (Downloaded: 24 February 2014).

In-Text-Citation:

  • Author’s Last name (year)
  • (Author’s Last name, year)

Example:

  • Luhr (2012) suggests that the Coen brothers…
  • It has been argued that “The Coen brothers represent a revolution in cinematography” (Luhr, 2012).

 

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