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so I'm refering this BMJ article which has a very long title but no author. Usually with Harvard referencing if there is no author you put the title and the date in the in-text citation. However, this title is very very long about 2 lines so I'm wondering if I can just put (BMJ, 2012) for the in-text citation then obviously in the bibliography I'll put the title and journal etc all in the Harvard form ?
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(Original post by yellowflow)
Hey

so I'm refering this BMJ article which has a very long title but no author. Usually with Harvard referencing if there is no author you put the title and the date in the in-text citation. However, this title is very very long about 2 lines so I'm wondering if I can just put (BMJ, 2012) for the in-text citation then obviously in the bibliography I'll put the title and journal etc all in the Harvard form ?
I would go for writing bmj, 2012
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I would go for writing bmj, 2012
thank you <3
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