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Harvard Referencing

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

Direct Citation - 2 Authors

Example of a direct citation within the text two authors - Paraphrasing

Crolley and Hand (2002) argue that the nature of the British press is to portray English football supporters as soldiers fighting for a cause, rather than spectators.

Example of a direct citation within the text two authors – Direct quote

Crolley and Hand, (2002) when discussing the issue of the British press,  argue that “foreigners are quite simply portrayed in a negative light throughout the British press” (p. 24)

Indirect Citationw - 2 Authors

Example an Indirect citation within the text 2 authors - Paraphrasing

The nature of the British press is to portray English football supporters as soldiers fighting for a cause, rather than spectators (Crolley and Hand, 2002).

Example an indirect citation within the text 2 authors - Direct quote

When discussing the issue of the British press, it could be argued that “foreigners are quite simply portrayed in a negative light throughout the British press” (Crolley and Hand, 2002, p. 24).

Referencing Sources with 2 authors

Example of how the reference for this source should appear:

Crolley, L. and Hand, D. (2002) Football, Europe and the press. London: Frank Cass.

Please note the formatting of thow 2 authors appear in a reference are  same for most sources.