Harvard end-text citations almost always follow the pattern of who, when, what, and where to give all the information needed to locate the source.
The formatting and punctuation used is very specific:
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Formatting for Harvard end-text citations:
Again, using the bibliographic data for this book:
|Who: Tanya Ha
What: The Australian Green Consumer Guide: choosing products for a healthier planet, home and bank balance
Where: (publisher) University of New South Wales Press, (place) Sydney
The Harvard end-text citation for this book is:
Ha, T 2008, The Australian green consumer guide: choosing products for a healthier planet, home and bank balance, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney.
The Harvard Referencing (Advanced) Library Guide shows a lot of examples of how to set out your references for different types of sources. It can be helpful to have this guide at hand when you are writing your assignments.