If I am quoting a question, and the quotation comes at the end of a sentence with a citation, where does the question mark go? I have been told that question marks (and full stops) should come after the brackets of the citation in Harvard Referencing. If the question mark does stay inside the quotation marks, then is there an additional full stop after the brackets? Which of the following three sentences are punctuated correctly?
(1) He asks: "what can the media do?” (Smith, 2003:168).
(2) He asks: "what can the media do?” (Smith, 2003:168)
(3) He asks: "what can the media do” (Smith, 2003:168)?