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The Harvard Style of Referencing

       


 

    
Citations in the Text          
     
The examples shown in Section 3 of this booklet are enclosed in brackets, e.g.(Munger and Campbell 2002). However, citations in the text can be introduced ina variety of ways.      
 
For example:        
   
There would appear to have emerged by the end of the twentiethcentury two broad approaches to the management of people withinorganisations (Handy 1996).          
   
This introduces a point of view and the student points to Handy as amajor proponent of this perspective.But this is not the only way of citing the author. The student could havealso cited Handy, as follows:  
         
Handy (1996) argues that by the end of the twentieth century twobroad approaches to the management of people within organisationshad emerged.       
  
or, (if wanting to include Handy as an exemplar of this proposition):Some commentators, for example, Handy (1996), have argued thatby the end of the twentieth century two broad approaches to themanagement of people within organisations had emerged.       
    
or      
  
It can be argued, (for example, see Handy 1996), that twoapproaches to the management of people within organisations hademerged by the end of the twentieth century.   
     
or     
Charles Handy, amongst others, has argued that by the end of thetwentieth century two broad approaches to the management ofpeople within organisations could be observed (Handy 1996).  
       
There is no one ‘right’ way of citing authors. It depends on your writingstyle at any particular point in the assignment. The important point is togive credit to authors who have influenced your ideas and arguments.



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