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Harvard (Aus) referencing

This guide shows the Harvard style of referencing with examples from many types of today's information sources.

Newspaper articles

How to reference newspaper articles

In-text

According to Roddan (2014) ...

OR

... as it had been identified (Roddan 2014).

 

Reference List

Author, A Year, ‘Title of the article’, Title of newspaper - italicised, day and month/month, viewed day month year, <URL>.

Example:

Roddan, M 2014, 'Australian share market down for fourth day in a row', Australian Financial Review, 13 November, viewed 24 November 2014, <http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/markets/australian-share-market-down-for-fourth-day-in-a-row-on-energy-stocks-and-financials/story-e6frg916-1227121504059>.

In-text

According to Main (2010) ...

OR

... as it had been identified (Main 2010).

Reference List

Use p. if the source is a page or less or pp. if the article is more than one page.

Author, A Year, ‘Title of the article’, Title of newspaper - italicised, day and month/month, page numbers.

Example:

Main, A 2010, 'Stay in the know, directors advised', The Australian, 30 July, p. 24.

In-text

If the authorship of an article is not evident, provide the details of the article in the in-text citation as follows, and there is no need for an entry in the reference list.

'...as reported in the Sydney Morning Herald (24 January 2000, p. 12)...'

'...the board meeting was held on Tuesday 1 January 2001 (Financial Review 27 March 2001, editorial)...'

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