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8 minutes ago, Robin Williams said:

I've written an essay and I need to add harvard style references/citations

The essay required me to quote from one chapter of a book only

I have about 6 in text citations all identical, just different page numbers.

My question:

In my reference/citation list at the end, do I just put one reference to the chapter of the book, or do I add the identical citation 6 times? 

So if I had these in text citations:

 (Allen, 2014, p. 100)

 (Allen, 2014, p. 101)

 (Allen, 2014, p. 112)

Would the end of text citation just be:

Allen, J. (2014) ‘Supermarket power: winners and losers’, in Allen, J. and Blakeley, G. (eds) Understanding Social Lives, Part 1, Milton Keynes, The Open University.

Or would it be:

Allen, J. (2014) ‘Supermarket power: winners and losers’, in Allen, J. and Blakeley, G. (eds) Understanding Social Lives, Part 1, Milton Keynes, The Open University.

Allen, J. (2014) ‘Supermarket power: winners and losers’, in Allen, J. and Blakeley, G. (eds) Understanding Social Lives, Part 1, Milton Keynes, The Open University.

Allen, J. (2014) ‘Supermarket power: winners and losers’, in Allen, J. and Blakeley, G. (eds) Understanding Social Lives, Part 1, Milton Keynes, The Open University.

Online it says only to add page numbers in the in text citation?

If anyone knows pls help lol I gotta send this in today :L

I've now read that:

"in the reference list, items are only listed once in alphabetical order."

Therefore I only need to reference the chapter/book once at the end, even if I cited from it 100 times within the essay?

 

http://www.citethisforme.com/harvard-referencing

 

You always cite where you reference text

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10 minutes ago, liverare said:

If you're using MS Word, you can go to References tab, change the style to Harvard, manage your sources, then insert the bibliography.

open office >.>

probably has this option though ill look, thanks :D

1 hour ago, Chris said:

http://www.citethisforme.com/harvard-referencing

 

You always cite where you reference text

I know that, that's not my question.

Thank you though :)

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