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Harvard Referencing

Guide to the style of Harvard referencing required by Doncaster College.

Examples

An example of using a British Standards within your work.

British Standards Institution (2010) states that...

What a reference to the paper version would look like.

British Standards Institution (2010) BS 1134:2010 Assessment of surface texture - guidance and general information. London: BSI.

What a reference to an electronic version would look like.

British Standards Institution. (2010) BS 1134:2010 Assessment of surface texture - guidance and general information. BSI. [Online]  Available from: http://www.ihsti.com [Accessed: 4 June 2013]

British Standards points to note

The format to use for the paper version of a British standard is:

Corporate Author (Year) Number of Standard Title of Standard. Place of Publication: Publisher.