Some examples of other types of references
In this section, we have just picked a couple more from
Cite them Right for guidance:
Reference to a UK statute (Acts of Parliament):
The style of referencing legal sources changed in 1963, so you might see some differences
(check Cite them right for clarity on specific details, there is also a specific referencing system called 'OSCOLA' for law)
but an example for a post-1963 Act in Harvard style would be:
The statute (Access to Justice Act 1999) laid down...
Access to Justice Act 1999, c. 22. Available at: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1999/22/contents (Accessed: 13 August 2013).
Reference to a television programme
In- text citation:
Vicky Pollard (Little Britain, 2005) exemplifies the temperamental teenager.
Little Britain (2005) BBC Two Television, 23 June.
Reference to films/movies/DVDs
Movies have been used to attack the President’s policies (Fahrenheit 9/11, 2004).
Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) Directed by Michael Moore [Film].
Santa Monica, California: Lions Gate Films.
Special effects can dominate a film, for example The Matrix reloaded (2003).
The Matrix reloaded (2003) Directed by A. & L. Wachowski [DVD]. Los Angeles: Warner Brothers Inc.