A citation is the way to tell your reader a certain idea from your work came from another source (e.g. website, blog, book, scholarly article, news).
A citation enables your reader to find the information you consulted during your research by providing the author, title, publisher, date, and page numbers.
There are several citation styles used at UNI. This guide will cover the most commonly used:
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