Harvard referencing style, also known as author and date system, is mostly used in universities and academies. In this in-text citation style, the source is cited at the end of a sentence. It does not require specifying the page number unless the sentence is an extracted summary of a specific source page. In Harvard citation style the titles occurring more frequently are not abbreviated but kept in full.
Harvard style is being followed in publications related to physical sciences, social sciences, natural sciences, humanities, etc.
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