Liberation: Referencing

Intermediate Tutorial: How to Reference a Journal Article

In the Harvard system the basic pattern for a journal article reference is:

Author surname, initials. (Year) Title of article. Journal name. Volume number (Issue or part number), first and last page numbers.

Here's an example reference:

Feldman, H.N. (1993) Maternal care and differences in the use of nests in the domestic cat. Animal behaviour. 45 (1), 13-23.

Mistakes that are commonly made in journal article references include:

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