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Bibliography entry for a Journal Article
(Using the Harvard style)
Last updated: Monday, 10 December 2007
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If you can't find an author's name, for example in a newspaper or magazine, use the title of the newspaper or magazine.
Do not use 'et al.' in bibliographies: quote the names of all the authors and/or editors.
If you don't know which name is the family name and which are the other names:
The author's initials are the first letters of each of the author's family names. For example, if the author is Wong Wai Man, then the initials are W. M.