Technology newspapers and magazines
When referencing a newspaper or magazine article in the Harvard UTS Style, you will need following information about the article:
In most cases this information can be found at the top of the article itself. Once you have collected this information you will need to arrange it as shown below. Roll the mouse over each section for a description.
Gutner, T. 2003, 'Fashion Futures', Business Week (Fashion Industry Supplement), 30 August, pp. 9-10
If the article comes from a special section that has its own page numbering, you need to specify the section (in brackets) after the name of the newspaper or magazine, as in the example above.
For more information about referencing a newspaper or magazine article please expand any of the options below. You can also get help with referencing at any time via the Ask a Librarian page.
More than one authorIn text
(Peating & Malkin 2004)
Note for in-text referencing, if there are four or more authors, list the first author followed by et al.
Peating, S. & Malkin, B. 2004, 'Employers face ban on email spying', Sydney Morning Herald, 31 March, p. 17.
(‘Foreign cyber-spies’ 2009)
'Foreign cyber-spies' 2009, Sydney Morning Herald, 24 November, p. 7.
Sometimes a work you are using quotes a work from another author. For example, on page 78 of a book by Thorne, written in 1994, you find a quote from a 1906 paper by Albert Einstein. To cite the work by Einstein you should mention Einstein's paper in the text and use Thorne as your in-text reference, with page number. There are many ways you could do this. Here are three examples:
Einstein stated in 1906 that 'time is relative' (Thorne 1994, p. 78).
Thorne (1994, p. 78) quotes Einstein as saying in 1906 that 'time is relative'.
The theory that 'time is relative' was first stated by Einstein in 1906 (Thorne 1994, p. 78).
In your reference list you must have the full reference for Thorne. If you wish, you may also include the reference for Einstein (you can get this from Thorne's bibliography), but this isn't normally recommended because you haven't actually consulted the Einstein paper directly.