Harvard Solent style references

This book contains all the different examples of Harvard Solent style linked to above. Once you open the book, you can navigate the different types of references using the table of contents which appears on the left. 

Guidance: Multiple Authors


Up to three authors - include all authors (with second and third author initials before surname).


In text example:

As Smith, Stewart and Cullen (2006) have argued...


Reference list example:

SMITH, F., R. STEWART and D. CULLEN, 2006.  Adoption now: law, regulations guidance and standards.  London: BAAF


More than three authors - always give the first author, with or without the others - use et al. if not giving the other names.


In text example:

Mares et al. (2002, p.105) proposed...


Reference list example:

MARES, P. et al., 2002. Health care in multiracial Britain. Cambridge: Health Education Council