Harvard Referencing Guide

Welcome to our Academic Referencing Guide. Wise Owl Research compiled this guide to help students understand the Harvard referencing system in the most simplest way possible. We begin the referencing guide with examples of how to cite a reference in the body of your assignment or dissertation. As you know, not giving credit to other author’s ideas used in your work is an academic offense. Therefore, it is important to adhere to the formal expectations of the Harvard referencing system

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The Harvard Referencing List

This section of our referencing guide shows you how to list the publications that you have used as a source within your assignment or dissertation. Following these examples will ensure that you are compliant with the Harvard referencing style for end of paper reference lists. Do not forget, as part of our Editing & Improvement Service – our writers will actually formally reference your sources under the Harvard referencing system rules

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