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Introduction
What is referencing It is away to demonstrate that you have extended your learning. Three reasons for referencing
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To let the reader know whose ideas you are using
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To enable your reader to check your information
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To provide information for your reader. TERMINOLOGY Ab citationb is a reference to a document. It should include all the bibliographic details needed to trace the document.
Footnotes are listed at the bottom of the page on which a reference or citation occurs in the text. A number is placed in the text to indicate the cited work and again at the bottom of the page in front of the footnote. Footnotes are used when only a small number of references need to be made. Ab reference list
is the list of citations (material cited) in a written work. It shows the authority on which you base statements in the text, shows how well acquainted (how widely read) you are with the subject, and is a starting point for anyone else wanting to find out about the subject. Ab bibliographyb is a list of documents (books, articles, papers) read fora specific essay or assignment. All these references are not necessarily included in the list of references.


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