Harvard AGPS referencing style follows author-date system. In this referencing style the author’s name and year of publication is mentioned at the end of the sentence. The page number is not mentioned unless that sentence is a summary from that specific source page. In Harvard AGPS style the titles are kept in their full form and not abbreviated as done in some of other citation styles.
Harvard AGPS style is generally followed in publications related to physical sciences, social sciences, natural sciences, humanities, etc.
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