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What is a citation style?
A citation or referencing style is a standardized way of crediting the materials used in your research. Ask your lecturer if you are unsure which style to use.
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Options for Managing References
Tips on choosing and using citation styles (also called referencing styles) plus using systems such as EndNote, Zotero and Mendeley.