Harvard Referencing at University of Sunderland

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Report on the correct useof Harvard referencing atthe University ofSunderland
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK...............................................................................................................................................1Reasons for Harvard referencing............................................................................................1Terminology:..........................................................................................................................2CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................3REFERENCES...............................................................................................................................4
INTRODUCTIONReferencing can be simply defined as a way to present that how some one has extendedhis learning, reading and understanding by utilising the updated sources (Abrams, 2012). Thepresent report is based on the correct use of Harvard style referencing at Sunderland University.In this report, the steps or process of proper use of Harvard style referencing are explained.TASKThe process of writer date referencing which is used at the Sunderland University inorder to do referencing the source of data is known as Harvard type of referencing . In simplewords, when quotation of some one else's job that other wishes to refer to their own , then itmust be referenced. This assist the reader and show them precisely where some one has sourcedthe part of data from, by providing all the informations required to assure its legitimacy (Graurand et. al., 2013). This also represents that if some one is referring it not saying that it is theirpersonal words.Two main factors are used by Harvard referencing that are in-text citations and detailedreferences. This is explained below:In-text referencing:Each and every period of time in a piece of activity or task thatsome one refers to info by others, then they must consider an in- text citation. Thisconsist of real name of author and the date in which it was in the beginning created.Detailed referencing:The references in the bibliography should be verified that someone has take that information from a proper or genuine source. Harvard referencingrequires complete bibliography for the referenced work (Kinnunen and et. al., 2016). Thiswill involve the name, date and the name of information and from where this has beentaken.Reasons for Harvard referencingSome of the main reason of referencing are listed below:For letting the reader know whose thought the writer is using.For giving identification to the real author of the text, ideas, thought, fact, images, etc.Enabling reader for checking the information.Sources are used for confirming the completeness or integrity of research.Quotations and references are used for lending the authority to the argument, view ,etc.1
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