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The following information is taken from the Harvard Referencing Selector. You would reference a magazine article in the same way you would a journal article, however you may need to omit the volume or issue number if these are absent, possibly including just the issue number. If a month name or full date is shown, you may be able to include this. 

For example:

Hardcopy magazine with issue number and month

Jones, P. (2001) ‘Where the market is going', Trade Weekly, 23, February, pp.70-79.

Hardcopy magazine with month only

Jones, P. (2001) ‘Where the market is going', Trade Weekly, February, pp.70-79.

Hardcopy magazine with issue number and month with date

Jones, P. (2001) ‘Where the market is going', Trade Weekly, 23, 14 February, pp.70-79.

Online magazine with issue number and month with date

Jones, P. (2001) ‘Where the market is going', Trade Weekly, 23, 14 February, pp.70-79, NewsPress [Online]. Available from: http://www.newspaperpressonline.com (Accessed: 9 June 2009).

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