Referencing using the University of Leeds Harvard style
The Harvard style is a parenthetical (author-date) referencing style, which means that citations are placed within brackets and embedded in the text, either within or after a sentence, followed by a full, alphabetised list of references.
All institutions interpret the Harvard style in their own way, and so does the University of Leeds, which leads to minor differences in how references are formatted between institutions. Leeds has put together their own formatting guides, which you can use to create your references.
Or you can use BibGuru to create the fastest and most accurate Leeds Harvard references possible.
If you want to know more about Harvard citations check out our Harvard citation guides to get detailed information on the various publication types (magazines, online books, the internet, social media, legal sources, movies, etc.).
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