In Harvard and many other referencing styles (APA, Chicago author/date, Vancouver), the Reference list or ‘References’ is a list of all the sources you have referred to in your writing. This is what most tutors require. A bibliography is a list of everything you have read on a subject, including background reading, whether you refer to it or not. You may occasionally be asked for a bibliography (of your reading to date); for example when your tutor wants to see where you have got to in your research for a dissertation proposal. If you are asked for a bibliography for a finished piece of work, divide it into two sections.
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