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Harvard Referencing Guide: Four or More Authors

Books / eBooks - Four or More Authors

Books / eBooks - Four or More Authors

Book / eBook - Four or More Authors

Book / eBook - Four or More Authors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In-text citation

When an organisation actively promotes a policy of inclusion, it demonstrates that it values everything about all of the people that are involved with the organisation (Michie et al. 2011, p. 50).

 

 

 

Full reference for the Reference List / Bibliography

 

Michie, V. et al. (2011) Level 3 health and social care diploma. London: Hodder Education.

 

Note:

  • When you use et al. (meaning 'and others') you should only mention the name of the first author as shown on the book.
  • et al. is written in italics. 
  • Your tutor may prefer you to include the names of every author in your Reference List / Bibliography rather than use et al.  You should therefore check this with your tutor.

 

 

Example of a full reference in which every author is mention individually

 

Michie, V., Morris, C., Baker, L. and Collier, F. (2011) Level 3 health and social care diploma. London: Hodder Education.

 

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