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CEMS Harvard Referencing Style: Study Guides

INTRODUCTION

Unisa study guides fall into the category of published works, so the guidelines provided under Books written by one or more authors must be followed.


IN-TEXT CITATION

... (Freeman 1996)

... (Freeman, 1998) ...

"....." (University of South Africa, 1997: 67)


FORMAT OF A REFERENCE TO A STUDY GUIDE

Author’s/Editor’s Surname and Initials. Year of publication. Title of study  guide (in italics)Edition. Place of publication: Publisher.

OR

Name of the University. Teaching Department. Year. Title of study guide (in italics). Place of publication.


EXAMPLES OF A REFERENCE TO A STUDY GUIDE

Freeman, T. 1998.  Leadership for South African Organisations: study guide for  BUSS018.. Pretoria: University of South Africa.

Spar, D. and Burns, J. 2000. ‘Hitting the wall: Nike and International Labor Practices.’ HBS 700047.  Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing.

University of South Africa. Graduate School of Business Leadership. 1997. Transforming organisations in South Africa: study guide for MBL018-C. Pretoria.

University of South Africa. 2015.  Procedure for master's and doctoral degrees.  Pretoria: University of South Africa. Available from: www.unisa.ac.za/.../1Procedures%20for%%20Masters%20and%20Doctoral%20Degress. (Accessed 20 July 2017).