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Excellent for Harvard referencing using Internet sources and Youtube.,
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This review is from: Cite them right: The essential referencing guide (Palgrave Study Skills) (Paperback)
Harvard referencing starts on page 14 - and is the main body of the book.
Every conceivable version of referencing for the internet, youtube, ebooks is included.
Do you know how to reference a youtube video? No, neither did I.
These days being able to reference a book, is nothing... electronic journals and internet sources are the bulk of reseach for most students.
We need to be able to cite internet sources, so you can get that reference correct, in the text and at the end.
The layout of the book is superb. It details how to reference, working from the information that you have, and what to do, if a website has no date or author on it. And lets be honest, how many websites will quote you the author and date of update?
The book is easy to read, clear, very visual, and lovely paper - wonderful to the touch.
Finally it's in it's 8th edition. How many books do you know in their 8th edition - which on it's own is a statement of how good this book really is.
Wish I'd bought this earlier!!