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A Few Differences Between the Harvard System and the APA System   Frequently used in Translation Studies, the Harvard Referencing System is like the APA Referencing system in that both are Name and Date systems. It is basically the same as the APA System (which is also used in Translation Studies). A few differences, however, exist between the two systems, which may be regarded as indicators of the kind of specific standard format (writing style) a thesis, a paper, or a book uses: (1)           The list of references included at the end of a document is named “Reference List” in the Harvard System instead of “References” as in the APA System . (2)           An edited work is marked with “ed[s].” or “edited by {NB: the first letter is not capitalized}” in the “Reference List” in the Harvard System but “(Ed[s].).” in the “References” in the APA System . The “ed[s].” or “edited by” indicator and the name[s] of the editor[s] follows the title of the edited work in the Harvard Sys
Chinese Government has offered various scholarships, under Chinese Government Scholarship Program (CGSP) for the Academic Session 2011-12. The details are as under: Scholarships Offered: ·          Exchange Scholarships ·          Chinese Government Unilateral Scholarships ·          Asia Scholarships How To Apply: 1.         Applicants are required to fill and properly submit CSC ONLINE APPLICATION FORM from . Click here to see the procedure of filling the online application form. 2.         While filling the CSC Online application form give AGENCY NO. 5861 . It is the most important part of the scholarship scheme, as it is different for each scheme. If it is filled wrongly then your scholarship application will be rejected. 3.          Take out two prints of it and attach following documents with each copy of application form: a.          Recommendation Letter b.         All academic Marksheets / Transcripts / Certificates / Degrees. c.          Copy

Harvard Reference Style

Text citations All references in the text and notes must be specified by the authors’ last names and date of publication together with page numbers if given. Do not use ibid., op. cit., infra., supra. Instead, show the subsequent citation of the same source in the same way as the first. Note the following for the style of text citations: 1.          If the author’s name is in the text, follow with year in parentheses: ... Author Last Name (year) has argued ... 2.          If author’s name is not in the text, insert last name, comma and year: ... several works (Author Last Name, year) have described ... 3.          Where appropriate, the page number follows the year, separated by a colon: ... it has been noted (Author Last Name, year: page nos) that ... 4.          Where there are two authors, give both names, joined by ‘and’; if three or more authors, use et al.: ... it has been stated (Author Last Name and Author Last Name, year) ... ... some investigators (Author Last Name et al