The following explains the Harvard referencing system. It is important to note that there are many interpretations of it, especially in reference management systems such as EndNote.
The Harvard system is another name given to the Author-Date style of referencing and citation.
Referencing an idea
Referencing a quotation
Citing a source within a source
Where your source quotes or refers to another source, for example Unsworth refers to previous work by Halliday on linguistics, the citation might read thus:
Only Unsworth will appear in the Reference list at the end of your assignment
Your reference list should be ordered alphabetically by author and then chronologically by year of publication. For instances of multiple articles with the same authors and years of publication, please see the complete guide.
The Harvard style as used in Australia is based on the following text:
The Harvard output style in EndNote may not suit departmental requirements. Choose Harvard_UQ for an output style that is based on the (2002), which is also the source for the Harvard system.