QUICK HARVARD REFERENCING GUIDE The reference list – – – – Alphabetical order by author’s surname – all sources mixed together Basic ‘formula’ for each source - books, journals, websites etc. Titles (of books, journals, website pages) must be highlighted in some way Consistency is key Books Author, date. Title. Place of publication: publisher. Thompson, N., 2003. Promoting equality: challenging discrimination and oppression. 2nd ed. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Note: If the book has three authors or fewer, include the names of all authors; for four authors or more include the name of the first author followed by et al. Edited books Editor, ed., date. Title. Place of publication: publisher. Barnard, A., ed., 2010. Key themes in health and social care. Abingdon: Routledge. Note: If the book has three editors or fewer, include the names of all authors; for four editors or more include the name of the first editor followed by et al. Chapters in edited books Chapter author, date, Chapter title. In: Editor, Book title. Place of publication: publisher, date, page numbers. Coulson, B. and Hallam, B., 2010. The individual in society. In: A. Barnard, ed. Key themes in health and social care. Abingdon: Routledge, 2010, pp. 34-49. Journal articles Author, date. Article title. Journal title, volume (issue / part), pages. Hamilton, J., 2013. Reality TV as therapy. Therapy Today, 24 (5), pp. 14-17. Websites Author or Editor or web host, year. Title [online]. Publisher or web host. Available at: URL [Accessed date]. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2013. The living standards squeeze tightens as minimum cost of living soars by 25% since downturn [online]. Available at: http://www.jrf.org.uk/media-centre/minimum-costliving-soars [Accessed 25 July 2013].