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If the title of an article ends with a punctuation, should I add a period in reference entry?

Category: Dissertation Formatting
Posted Date: 01 Apr 2017
APA advises that if the title already consists a punctuation such as exclamation or question mark, the writer must not add any more punctuation. After ...
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What is the quickest way to edit the dissertation?

Category: Dissertation Formatting
Posted Date: 25 Oct 2016
Keep editing the document while you are writing. Editing after you are done with the document will take up more time than expected.
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How to cite an answer from discussion forum?

Category: Dissertation Formatting
Posted Date: 20 Sep 2016
Correct way to cite an answer from discussion forum is Author, (year of publication, Month day). Re: Title of the discussion post [Online forum comment...
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How can a cite a definition from Dictionary.com?

Category: Dissertation Formatting
Posted Date: 20 Sep 2016
The words in online dictionary have 2 sources mentioned in it: Original and the Web source. Correct way to cite is to italicize both the sources and th...
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Is it correct to use Footnotes in Harvard referencing?

Category: Dissertation Formatting
Posted Date: 20 Sep 2016
Yes, footnotes can be used to provide extra information, but not for referring to the source of the material.
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How do I cite Blogs in Oscala?

Category: Dissertation Formatting
Posted Date: 30 Aug 2016
Start with the author name, blog name (Website Name, posted on) accessed on.
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My dissertation is in Law, do I need to follow some specific guidelines while writing the quotes?

Category: Dissertation Formatting
Posted Date: 30 Aug 2016
Yes, if the quote is in mid of the sentence, use single quotation marks and also it should not exceed 3 lines.
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Want to a In-Text Cite Different Sources by the Same Author?

Category: Dissertation Formatting
Posted Date: 17 Feb 2016
You should assign letters to each citation to distinguish them for the readers. For an instance: (Walter, 2001a) (Walter, 2001b) (Walter, 2001c).
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