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Cite Your Source

Cite Your Source

  • Phillip C. Shon - Professor of Criminology at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology
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July 2019 | 104 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Confused by citations and referencing?  Cite Your Source helps you master the essentials, giving you the know-how to reference your writing with confidence.
  • Understand the importance of citing (and getting it right)
  • Pick up tips on how to avoid unintentional plagiarism
  • Get to grips with different referencing styles.

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Why Do I Have to Cite?
What Do I Have to Cite?
What’s Your Style?
What Am I Reading?
How Many Do I Cite?
Does Citation Size Matter?
Why Should I Use A Note Management System?
Why Worry About Plagiarism?


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