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Hi Jasmine, 

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Librarian Ashley, 9 months ago

Hi Jasmine, 

If there isn't a date or a publication year, in Harvard (UTS) you use n.d. (which stands for 'no date') instead of the year. This is the same rule for all reference types in Harvard (UTS). You can see more about it on our Harvard UTS in-text citation guide

Let me know if that doesn't make sense or if you need any more information. 

Cheers,

Ashley

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