Referencing your work
Below is some detailed guidance about how to apply the Harvard system to different types of reference:
More than two authors:
A single author’s chapter in an edited collection:
If a book has more than one edition, indicate which edition you have used for the references.
Direct quotes should include a page number after the year in the assignment: (Curzon 1991:236)
Articles in journals
(The conventions for joint and multiple authorship of articles are as indicated above).
Dawson J., Smith L., Deubert, K., & Grey-Smith S (2002), ‘S’ Trek 6: Referencing, not plagiarism. Retrieved: October 31, 2002 from http://library.curtin.edu.au/research_and_information_skills/referencing/index.html
Web page (no author)
Leafy seadragons and weedy seadragons 2001, Retrieved: November 13th, 2002 from http://www.windspeed.net.au/~jenny/seadragons
Web page (no date)
Curtin University of Technology (n.d.) Retrieved: October 16, 2002, from http://www.curtin.edu.au