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Referencing at University of Roehampton

Social Sciences - Referencing

Social Sciences students use the Roehampton Harvard Referencing Guide.

Law School students use OSCOLA.

Exception:

If you are on a joint programme such as Law and Criminology, the reference style to use may depend on the module.

Please double-check your module handbook.

OSCOLA Referencing Guidance

Roehampton Harvard Referencing Guidance

Anyone needing an older version of the Roehampton Harvard guide can email aateam@roehampton.ac.uk to request a copy. 

Test Yourself: Roehampton Harvard Referencing

Roehampton Harvard Referencing Tutorial

Roehampton Harvard Referencing

By the end of the tutorial, you should be able to:

  • Explain what you need to reference and why.
  • Understand the mechanics and be able to construct references for:

    • books, chapters in edited books, journal articles and websites.
  • Format secondary references.
  • Know when to cite a source, when to include page numbers and how to reference multiple authors.