I am studying on a course validated by Hull University and am using the Harvard referencing style. Do I need to indent large direct quotations?
Answered By: Rache Stone Last Updated: Jun 10, 2021 Views: 16
You will need to follow the advice that is found on the 'Using Sources' within the Writing page. This discusses what to do with quotes longer than 20 words, shorter quotations and paraphrases but please see below for information to apply to longer quotations only.
Quotations of more than 20 words should be placed in their own paragraph, indented by 1cm from each margin. You do not use quotation marks. The paragraph should always use single line spacing, even if you have used double/1.5 elsewhere:
* These examples are using the Harvard (Hull) referencing style.