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Harvard Referencing

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


 If you wish to omit part of a quote, you can do this by using three dots (…) to indicate where the omission has occurred.

 NB. When omitting part of a quote, make sure that you are not misrepresenting what the author is saying – if you miss out too much of a quote, you could be changing the meaning

Paliwoda and Thomas(1998) state that “the European Union is the major force in global trade today…with 15 members” (p. 15).