When you cite (identify) references in the text of your report or essay using the Harvard Style, you should include the following pieces of information.
Include page numbers when you quote, paraphrase, summarise or copy from a particular page or group of pages. If including page numbers, put a comma after the year and the letter p. (or pp.) before the numbers.
A table in a recent study shows the weekly totals for road accidents in 2003 (Smith & Brown 2003, p. 123).
|This peculiar species was first described in 1980 (Young 1981, pp. 76-78).|
Do not include page numbers when the information comes from a larger proportion of the author’s work than can easily be identified by a page number or page range.
|Example:||A recent study has shown that more road accidents occur during the school holidays (Smith & Brown 2003).|