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Harvard Style Referencing Oxford Brookes University

Nov 6, 2011 at 9:55 PM


I downloaded the bibliography styles for harvard referencing it includes some very good examples from leeds university, anglia university and exeter university

I attend Oxford Brookes University and the punctuation is ever so slightly different than those included

is it possible to have this corrected and another style for Harvard Brookes included

Below are some examples

Baylis N and Morris I (2006) The skills of well-being.

Tonbridge Wells: Wellington College.


The Main difference being the full stop after the title of a book and a full stop at the end


Nov 11, 2011 at 4:32 PM

BibWord was developed to make changing styles easier. Changing stuff like a full stop is something you should do yourself.

On a side note, it is impossible to generate a style from a single example. One would need at least a dozen examples per type (journal article, book, ...) to make a decent attempt at creating a style. E.g. what is the year is not known? Or there is no author but there is an editor or translator instead. Or ...