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A Short Guide to the Coventry University Harvard Reference Style
The Coventry University’s Harvard Reference Style is the recommended format for documenting all the sources you use in your academic writing. The golden rule when documenting sources is to be transparent. Ask yourself whether you could find the passage/image/publication/web site address with the information you have provided. To download a full guide on using the CU Harvard Reference Style, visit www.coventry.ac.uk/caw and follow the ‘CU Harvard Style’ links. The Harvard Reference Style is a simple referencing system used internationally by scholars and researchers. There are two elements: I. In-text citations: In the body of your paper, give the surname of the author and the date of publication. (For a web site, give the organisation as the author). Also give the page number if you quote or paraphrase. II. List of References: At the end of your paper, give full publication or internet information, arranged alphabetically by (sur)name of author so that a reader can easily locate every source. Some tutors and subject groups may require you to use an alternative referencing style. If you are unsure, ask your module tutor. It is your responsibility to find out whether your tutor requires you to use a different referencing style.

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Part I. How to Write In-text-Citations
Cite every source which you refer to in the main body of your writing. Your in-text citations must state the surname of the author and the year of publication. Also give the page number if you quote a passage directly or if you paraphrase (put the idea into your own words). For example: Concern about climate change is…...

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