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#1 Posted : Tuesday, March 19, 2019 4:53:04 PM(UTC)

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This post is all about citations and its related issues. Because I have observed that people are often confused about them. A Harvard citation format[/url] is the part of the reference that you include within the main body of your work when you directly quote from, summarize or refer to work created by another author. In the Harvard citation format, the citation includes the author's name and year of publication. It is a parenthetical referencing system that is made up of two main components: In-text citations including the author’s surname and the year of publication, which is shown in support, whenever someone else’s work has been a part of your work. While in-text citations are used to briefly explain where you have directly quoted or paraphrased a source, your reference list is an alphabetized list of the entire Harvard citations that allows your reader to locate each source with ease. Each entry must be keyed to a corresponding parenthetical citation in the main body of your work, so that a reader can easily follow an in-text citation and can rapidly save the source after your reference list. Note that some colleges, and certain institutions, may also require you to provide a bibliography. This is a detailed list of all of the material you have used through your research and preparation, and it will certify that you have gone to great lengths in researching your chosen topic.
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