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Harvard Citation Style: Conference Proceedings

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Introduction

Reference Formats

Books/eBooks

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Company Information

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Conference Proceedings

  • Print
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  • Blogs
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  • Web Documents
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Journal Articles

  • CMO Articles
  • Print
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Lecture Notes

Multimedia Formats

  • Audio-Visual Material

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Patents & Standards

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Citing Conference Proceedings

When citing Conference Proceedings papers the techniques used are very similar to those employed when citing journal articles

  • The name of the overall proceedings should appear in italics

  • Reference should be made to the corporate body hosting the conference and the location of the conference

Citing Conference Proceedings: Examples

Material Type

In-Text Example

Reference List Example

Conference Proceeding Paper: Print (Riley 1992) Riley, D 1992, 'Industrial relations in Australian education', in Contemporary Australasian industrial relations: proceedings of the sixth AIRAANZ conference, ed. D. Blackmur, AIRAANZ, Sydney, pp. 124-140.
Conference Proceeding Paper: Electronic (Fan, Gordon & Pathak 2000) Fan, W, Gordon, MD & Pathak, R 2000, 'Personalization of search engine services for effective retrieval and knowledge management', Proceedings of the twenty-first international conference on information systems, pp. 20-34. Available from: ACM Portal: ACM Digital Library. [24 June 2004].
Conference Proceeding Paper: Unpublished (Brown & Caste 1990) Brown, S & Caste, V 2004, 'Integrated obstacle detection framework'. Paper presented at the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, IEEE, Detroit MI.

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