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CEMS Harvard Referencing Style: Personal Communication

Referencing Personal Communication

IN-TEXT CITATION

James (2001) ...

.... (Maggs, 2001)

"....." (Barrow, 1999:34)

If quoting directly. refer to it as (Maggs, 2001: personal interview) or (James, 2001: correspondence). 


FORMAT OF A REFERENCE TO PERSONAL COMMUNICATION

Surname, Initials of person being interviewed. The position of the person (if applicable).Year. Nature of interview (e.g. personal interview, correspondence). Day and Month, Place.


EXAMPLE OF A REFERENCE TO PERSONAL COMMUNICATION

Maggs, P. N.  Director, E-Commerce Solutions Ltd. 2001. Personal interview. 27 September, Midrand.

James, T.  IT Project Leader, E-Commerce Solutions Ltd. 2001. Correspondence. 1 September, Midrand.

Jay, P. (  (9 March 2001) Re: Outsourcing supply. E-mail to M. Ndlovu (mndlovu@unisa.ac.za)

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