Referencing & Citation

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MLA Citation

MLA is an abbreviation of ‘Modern Language Association’. It is a citation style designed for college-level writing and often preferred for literatur, liberal arts, sociology, and other humanities disciplines.

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Use of et al.

Use of et al.

“Et al.” is a popular term used by students when citing a research source with more than one author. In this article, you will find the definition and the usage when using multiple citation styles.

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How to cite a movie

How to cite a movie

When you write about movies and films, you need to cite them for reference purposes – wonder how you do that? This article will discuss in detail how to cite a movie in various styles.

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In text citation

In text citation

A source is the place where you find your research information. It can be a book page or a basic website. How to do it, you will learn in this article.

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How to cite an interview

How to cite an interview

As a student at a college or university, it may be necessary to cite information from sources such as interviews. In this article you will learn how you cite an interview and what rules you need to follow when citing interviews.

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Citing sources

Citing sources

The process of citing sources can be difficult for university students to navigate at times. The different ways that sources are cited, the various ways they are used, and the rules that apply to them all add to this difficulty. To find out how to do it right and how to avoid instances of plagiarism, read this article.

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Paraphrase

Paraphrase

If writing your term paper is a problem for you, the way forward is to paraphrase what you’ve learned in class. With this article, we’ll take a look at what it means to paraphrase a text and go over a step-by-step guide on how to paraphrase a paragraph.

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