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Harvard Referencing

Guide to citing & referencing in this author, date style for JCU students

Conference paper - Presented at a conference

 

Format:

Paper author, AA year of publication, 'Title of paper', paper presented at Name of conference, Place of conference, date-date Month year (of conference).

Paper author, AA year of publication, 'Title of paper', paper presented at Name of conference, Place of conference, date-date Month year (of conference), viewed day Month year, <URL>.

Example:

Abbott, K & Seymour, J 1997, 'Trapping the papaya fruit fly in North Queensland', paper presented at the Australian Entomological Society conference, Melbourne, 28-30 September 1997.

Bayne, S & Ross, J 2007, 'The ‘digital native’ and ‘digital immigrant’: a dangerous opposition', paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE), Brighton, Sussex, 11-13 December 2007, viewed 9 October 2011, <http://www.malts.ed.ac.uk/staff/sian/natives_final.pdf>.

In-text citation:

Abbott and Seymour (1997) describe trapping the fruit fly ...

Conference paper - Published in proceedings

 Format:

Paper author, AA year of publication, 'Title of paper', Title of conference proceedings, Publisher, Place of Publication, pp. xx-xx.

Example:

Gleeson, L 1996, 'Inside looking out', Claiming a place: proceedings from the third national conference of the Children's Book Council of Australia, D.W. Thorpe, Port Melbourne, pp. 22-34.

In-text citation:

Children's books are ... (Gleeson 1997).

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