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Harvard Referencing - SETU Libraries Waterford Guide: Journal Articles

Referencing Journal Articles

Element Example, including punctuation
Author of the article Punj, G.
Year of publication (2012)
Title of the article 'Income effects on relative importance of two online purchase goals:saving time versus saving money?',
Title of the journal in which the article was published (italics) Journal of Business Research,
Volume number 65
Issue number (5),
Page reference of the article pp. 634-640.
Reference List

 Punj, G. (2012) 'Income effects on relative importance of two online purchase goals:saving time versus saving money?', Journal of Business Research, 65(5), pp. 634-640.

Element Example, including punctuation
Author of the article Agostini, L.
Year of publication (2016)
Title of the article 'Learning how to implement and manage SME marketing networks: a qualitative analysis',
Title of the journal in which the article was published (italics) Knowledge Management Research & Practice,
Volume number 14
Issue number (2),
Page reference of the article pp. 225-235.  
DOI: 10.1057/kmrp.2015.17.
 
Reference List

Agostini, L. (2016) 'Learning how to implement and manage SME marketing networks: a qualitative analysis', Knowledge Management Research & Practice,14(2), pp. 225-235. doi:10.1057/kmrp.2015.17.

Note: If there is no DOI, use the URL which best leads back to your source and include (Accessed:date).

Note:  Volume and/or part or page numbers are not always given in materials available only online. If you cannot find any of these details leave them out of the citation and reference.

Cite

In MultiSearch and the individual databases, look for the Cite button. This will help with referencing by providing the reference details of the journal article. Remember to use the exact version of Harvard Referencing in your assignments as requested by your lecturers.

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