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How do you reference a paper by an expert group?

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practicallyimperfect Sun 21-Aug-11 17:42:32

There is a chairman and a list of contributors. The group has a name and was working in part for health protection agency. Can't work out if it should be chairman or name of group or how?

keynesian Sun 21-Aug-11 19:58:18

Taken from:

www.staffs.ac.uk/uniservices/infoservices/library/find/references/harvard/#corporate_author

Corporate Authors (Groups, Committees, Companies)

(Includes publications by groups, committees, government departments, companies, etc.)
Format:

Name of issuing body (Year of publication in brackets). Title of publication – in italics or underlined, Place of publication: Publisher, (Report Number – if available in brackets)
Bibliography Example:

Great Britain. Department of Energy. (1977). Tidal Power Barrages in the Seven Trent Estuary: Recent Evidence on their Feasibility. London: H. M.S. O. (Energy Papers 23)

Sport Industry Research Centre. (2005). Sport Market Forecasts 2005-2009. Sheffield: Sport Industry Research Centre.
In-text Example:

(Great Britain. Department of Energy. 1977)
The Great Britain Department of Energy (1977) concluded that…….
(Sport Industry Research Centre. 2005)
Figures from the Sport Industry Research Centre (2005) show that…….
“Direct quotations are placed in double quotations marks” (Author’s Surname, Year of Publication, p. – followed by page number – in brackets)

practicallyimperfect Sun 21-Aug-11 20:37:56

Thanks, I hadn't been able to find anything on by referencing guide.

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