Below is a Sample paper written in Harvard style of writing for Universities and Harvard referencing style guide.
What is Harvard Referencing style?
This is a type of referencing style that puts more emphasis on the author of the work being cited.
Harvard Text Citation
When you are quoting any work using the Harvard Style you must include the author’s name, year of publication and page number (if there is one) at the end of the sentence or paragraph being paraphrased. For example (Mark, 2020, p.32).
Harvard Reference List
All References used in the text should be listed at the end of the paper and arranged in alphabetical order. The name of the author (s) comes first followed by year, title, page number or url. Below are examples;
- Book Harvard Referencing
Mark, J., (2020). Research Methods. 9th ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Journal Article Harvard Referencing
Mark, J., (2020). Political antagonism: Modern world. Journal of political table. 33(3), 380–384.
- Web Page Harvard Referencing
Mark, J., (2020). Harvard Stye [online]. Kenyayote. [Viewed 14 May 2020]. Available from: https://kenyayote.com/sample-paper-written-in-harvard-style/
Harvard Referencing Format Rules
Some of the rules to observe when Referencing in Harvard style include;
- Author’s name should start with last name
- Names with abbreviation like Jone Mark Jr should be cited as Mark J, Jr (2020)
- First Word in a new paragraph should be indented
Sample Paper Written in Harvard Style
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