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Harvard Referencing

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

Citing Mulltiple sources

Multiple citations at the same point in your assignment

When you need multiple citations to appear at the same point in your text – for example, when you refer to several sources with one statement – you can present them in the same set of brackets, separated by semicolons. List them in order of publication date:

Examples

Direct Citation

Martin (2005) and Rothfuss (2011) both infer that...

Indirect Citation

Several in-depth studies have investigated this phenomenon during the last decade (Singh, 2011; Davidson, 2015; Harding, 2018).