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You may find the referencing style you are using does not include a resource type that exactly matches the item you wish to reference. The key to referencing is to apply the correct style and to be consistent. Identifying as much information as possible to construct your reference and placing these elements in the right order and relevant format will help others to locate the source you used. Thinking about your reference:
Once you have all the relevant details for your source you can use similar examples from the OU Harvard Guide to help you construct your reference. You might find two examples that would suit your reference if they were merged. Based on these examples, construct your reference by substituting or adding in the details about your source. This will help you decide which order the elements of the reference should appear in. Apply a method as close as possible to the OU Harvard Guide so your style is consistent.
This same method can be applied to any referencing style, including Cite Them Right Harvard.