[#42020] Cite Them Right, 9th edition (Harvard)

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.


General remarks
  1. lf citing an ancient text that existed before the invention of printing, reference it as a Manuscript..
  2. Enter translation statements in the Title supplement field, e.g.: Translated by G. David and E. Mosbacher.
  3. Some publishers use article numbers instead of issue and page numbers. In such cases, enter the article number in the Issue field.
  4. When citing a single volume of a multivolume work, enter the title of the relevant volume.
  5. Dates entered for Conference Proceedings must appear in the format dd.MM.yyyy – dd.MM.yyyy, e.g. 09.11.2014 - 11.11.2014.
Download our Word file (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.