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Referencing with Harvard: Journal article (with more than three authors)

Journal Article (with more than three authors)

To be made up of:

  • Authors.
  • Year of publication (in round brackets).
  • Title of article (in single quotation marks).
  • Title of journal (in italics and capitalise first letter of each word in title, except for linking words such as and, of, the, for).
  • Volume number.
  • Issue number (in brackets).
  • Page numbers of article preceded by p. for one page, pp. if multiple pages.
  • doi: if available.

In-text citation:

If there are four or more authors cite the first name listed in the source followed by et al. All authors'/editors' names would be listed in your reference, no matter how many there are, as shown below.

Research suggests (Darlow et al., 2013).

Reference List :

Darlow, B., Dowell, A., Baxter, G.D., Mathieson, F., Perry, M. and Dean, S, (2013). 'The enduring impact of what clinicians say to people with low back pain', Annals of Family Medicine, 11 (6), pp.527-534.

Referencing Guides

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More referencing information can be found in IOE LibGuides: