Citavi's "Cite Them Right (Harvard)" style is based on the following book:
Pears, R. and Shields, G. (2013) Cite them right: the essential referencing guide
. 9th edn. (Palgrave study skills). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Learn more or purchase the book at palgrave.com
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- lf citing an ancient text that existed before the invention of printing, reference it as a Manuscript..
- Enter translation statements in the Title supplement field, e.g.: Translated by G. David and E. Mosbacher.
- Some publishers use article numbers instead of issue and page numbers. In such cases, enter the article number in the Issue field.
- When citing a single volume of a multivolume work, enter the title of the relevant volume.
- Dates entered for Conference Proceedings must appear in the format dd.MM.yyyy – dd.MM.yyyy, e.g. 09.11.2014 - 11.11.2014.
(DOCX, 284 KB) with specific examples for how to use the style with Citavi.
For detailed instructions and additional examples, we recommend consulting Cite them right online
. This resource, along with the book upon which the Citavi "Cite them right" style is based, provides excellent information on how to cite sources properly.