How do you properly quote sources?
Your source is in brackets directly after your quote. For the information in brackets, you need the surname of the author, the year of publication and the page number to which your quote relates.
How do you indicate sources in the text?
With the references in the text, you refer to the detailed bibliography in your bibliography. When referring to the text, the name of the author, the year of publication of the work and the page number are always given. Use the following format: (Author year: page number).
How do I refer to a source?
For every quotation it is necessary to cite the source. At the end of the verbatim quote, the reference to the source is placed in square brackets. The full list of sources can be found in the bibliography.
How do you indicate the source of an image?
If, on the other hand, you would like to quote a sculpture, a photograph or a picture, then enter the artist or photographer, the title, the year, the medium (for example: photography) and the location. If there is no indication of the year, you can enter “oJ” for no year.
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