Whilst our Harvard Referencing Guide looks at how to format a Reference List, this guide looks at how to include your citations in your text formatted to Cite Them Right Harvard. More information and further examples can be found from the book Cite Them Right available at 808.027 PEA.
There are 2 parts to referencing:
- the in-text citation – this acknowledges briefly, in-text, where an idea has come from, eg (Copland, 2018)
- the Reference List – this comes at the end of your work, and includes full details of each citation
Each citation must be accompanied with a full reference in the Reference List, formatted correctly to Harvard.
In-text citations are added for both indirect and direct quotations: