Cov Uni Harvard Referencing Style Bibliography

A book with multiple authors


In-text citation

 

Example 1 (up to and including three authors)

Cox, Patel, and Pavliotis (2004) discuss Britain’s future adoption of the euro.

Britain's future adoption of the euro is a point of discussion (Cox, Patel, and Pavliotis 2004).

 

Components

  • For one, two, or three authors, give all surnames in list format.
  • Year the book was published in brackets.

If you are referring to a particular point in the book:

  • A colon.
  • The page number(s) for the information to which you are referring.

 

Example 2 (four or more authors)

Fletcher et al. (2006: 88) suggest that in this century global climate change has caused billions of dollars worth of damage.

In this century, global climate change has caused billions of dollars worth of damage (Fletcher et al. 2006: 88).

 

Components

  • For four or more authors, the surname of the first author followed by 'et al.'
  • Year the book was published in brackets.

If you are referring to a particular point in the book:

  • A colon.
  • The page number(s) for the information to which you are referring.

List of References entry

 

Example

Fletcher, A., Jones, R., Morris, A.C., and Andreiotti, P. (2006) Global Climate Change. London: Routledge


Components

  • All the authors' surnames and initials, in list format. 
  • Year the book was published in brackets.
  • Title of the book in italics.
  • Edition of the book (if relevant), in the following format: 2nd edn.
  • Place of publication, followed by a colon. 
  • Name of the publisher.

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