Your Last Name Goes Here 4
(This template will provide samples for Harvard style references for a book, a journal article, and a website. An actual References list is alphabetized by author's last name and is double spaced with a hanging indent, which means that the first line of each entry is flush against the left margin while the second and subsequent lines are indented one-half inch. Note: There are several variations of Harvard style used in different countries; the following is the most common format but is not the only one in use. If in doubt, consult your school's Harvard style guide.)
Book Author's Last Name, First Initial, Year of Publication. Title of book capitalized
like a sentence. City of Publication: Publisher.
Article Author's Last Name, First Initial & Second Author's Last Name, First Initial,
Year of Publication. Article title capitalized like a sentence without quotation
marks. Journal Title, Volume Number(Issue Number): pp.Pages.
Internet Author's Last Name, First Initial, Year of Publication. Web page title
capitalized like a sentence and italicized. [Online] (updated Date of Update)
Available at: <Address of the Website Underlined> [Accessed Date of Access].
Clark, C., 2006. Iron kingdom: the rise and downfall of Prussia, 1600-1947,
Cambridge: Belknap Press.