User:Iduan/HarvardReferencing

From Conservapedia

Jump to: navigation, search

Note: this formatting style should be avoided. It is excessively dependent on templates, and is mostly obsolete per Template:Cite book and other such citation templates. It is being kept here mainly for reference (as some of the older pages use it, and sometimes it is useful on a new page).

Contents

Harvard Referencing on Conservapedia

THIS IS A SANDBOX. PLEASE DO NOT FOLLOW THE ADVICE IN HERE YET!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This is a quick how to for harvard referencing.

Quick start guide

Step 1: Create a References section to the article

==References ==
<div class="references-small" style="column-count:3;-moz-column-count:3;">
<references/>
</div>

Step 2: Create a Sources Section.

==Sources==

Step 3: In the Sources section, add a sources (and make sure to have them in alphabetical order), e.g.,:

*{{Harvard reference
| Surname = Johnson
| Given = Jerry
| Authorlink = Jerry Johnson
| Year = 2006
| Date = 2006-02-16
| Title = Statement on Albert Einstein
| Publisher = aaas.org
| URL = http://www.nrgmc2.org/OnFactsAndTheories.pdf
}} Retrieved on 2007-01-14
*{{Harvard reference
| last = Zebra
| first = Jack
| year = 1997
| chapter = 32: I love my wife
| editor-last = Zebra
| editor-first = Jane
| title = A collection of my husband's essays
| edition = 2
| place = San Diago, CA
| publisher = Sandstone Publishing
| publication-year = 1999
| volume = 3
| id = ISBN 32-2312352-12
}}

This will show up like this:


Step 4: In the article, write a sentence, and then cite it, like so:

Jerry Johnson states that [[Albert Einstein|Einstein]] was smart.<ref>{{hnb|Johnson|2006|p=23-24}}</ref>
Jack really loves his wife.<ref>{{hnb|Zebra|1997|p=214}} Where Jake states "I really love my wife."</ref>
Jerry Johson and Jack both like Einstein.<ref>{{hnb|Zebra|1997|p=217}}, {{hnb|Johnson|2006|p=23-24}}</ref> <= (mulitple citations combined into single footnote)

This will show up like this:

Jerry Johnson states that Einstein was smart.[1] <-- Click on footnote, then click on next link.

Jack really loves his wife.[2]

Jerry Johson and Jack both like Einstein.[3]

Harvard Referencing Examples

Books

Hardard reference (source) for books:

{{Harvard reference
   | last       =
   | first      =
   | authorlink =
   | year       =
   | date       =
   | title      =
   | place      =
   | publisher  =
   | edition    =
   | volume     =
   | id         =
   | url        =
}}

Book Parameters

 |       last (required):  The author's surname or last name. 
                           (This parameter may also be called surname1, surname2, ... for multiple authors.)
 |      first (optional):  The author's first or given name(s). 
                           (This parameter may also be called given1, given2, ... for multiple authors.) 
 | authorlink (optional):  Title of a conservapedia article about author.  Use only if article already exists.
                           (This parameter may also be called authorlink1, authorlink2, ... for multiple authors.) 
 |       year (required):  Year book was published 
 |       date (optional):  Overrides how the date is displayed.  
                           (Year is required, however.)
 |      title (required):  Title of the book. 
 |    edition (optional):  Number or name of the edition, if not the first; for example: edition=2nd. 
 |     volume (optional):  The volume number of a multi-volume book. 
 |      place (optional):  The city of publication. 
 |  publisher (required):  The name of the publisher. Omit terms such as Publishers, Co., Inc., Ltd., etc., but retain the words Books or Press. 
 |         id (required):  Identifier such as ISBN 1-111-22222-9 
 |        url (optional):  An url where the book can be found online. 

Periodicals

Hardard reference (source) for periodicals:

{{Harvard reference
 | last       =
 | first      =
 | authorlink =
 | year       =
 | title      =
 | periodical =
 | volume     =
 | issue      =
 | pages      =
 | url        =
}}

Chapters in larger work

Hardard reference (source) for chapters in larger work:

{{Harvard reference
 | last             =
 | first            =
 | authorlink       =
 | year             =
 | chapter          =
 | editor-last      =
 | editor-first     =
 | editorlink       =
 | title            =
 | edition          =
 | place            =
 | publisher        =
 | publication-year =
 | volume           =
 | pages            =
 | id               =
}}

Citations

  1. Johnson 2006, p. 23-24
  2. Zebra 1997, p. 214 Where Jake states "I really love my wife."
  3. Zebra 1997, p. 217, Johnson 2006, p. 37

Sources

Personal tools