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CEMS Harvard Referencing Style: E-Mail

Referencing personal electronic communications (E-Mail)

IN-TEXT CITATION

Jay (2001) ...

.... (Jay, 2001)

"....." (Jay, 2001: e-mail)


FORMAT OF A REFERENCE TO AN E-MAL

Sender’s Surname. Initials. (Sender’s E-mail address). (Day Month Year). Re: Subject of message (in italics). E-mail to Recipient (Recipient’s e-mail address)


EXAMPLE OF A REFERENCE TO AN E-MAIL

Jay, P. (jay54@hotmail.com) (  (9 March 2001). Re: Outsourcing supply. E-mail to M. Ndlovu (mndlovu@unisa.ac.za)