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Sharing of Research Results

Long time back it was a common practice by the scientists to hold research results and discoveries. they did not share research results due to a fear that if shared people will claim it as their own and get benefit form it. This was the time when researchers and scientists did not know how to share research discoveries while making …

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Juvenile Delinquency: Juvenile Laws

Juvenile laws

History of juvenile laws Juvenile laws have been established in the United States of America since 1899 when the first juvenile court was established in Chicago, Illinois.In 1903 another juvenile court was established in Denver by Judge Ben Lindsay. The reason behind the establishment of separate justice system for the young people was their immaturity as compared to adults. Judge …

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How to Quote in a Research Paper

How to quote in a research How to quote in a research paper? Quotations and paraphrasing are two ways in which you can introduce a source in your research. Quotations are used primarily when the source explicitly explains what the researcher likes to say. The researcher uses a quote in a research when any changes made by paraphrasing the source …

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APA In-Text Citations Examples

APA in-text citation system is most commonly used in the psychology, sociology, education, and business studies. This article will discuss some general rules for in-text citation in APA system to know about the references in APA system read A Guide to APA References. The APA citation system use in-text citation and references. In APA system you can use notes when you …

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CMOS: Sample Author-Date Citations

Author-date citations style is one of the two ways in which you can cite in the Chicago style for citation. The other way of citations in CMOS is the notes and bibliography style of citation. Both of these styles of citations are based on the Chicago Manual of Style. Those who want to know in detail about the Chicago style …

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CMOS: Sample Notes and Bibliography Citations

Notes and bibliography citations is one of the two ways used in the Chicago Manual of Style for citation. This article will provide some general citation examples for notes and bibliography citation in the Chicago style citation. For more detailed knowledge about notes and bibliography style citation one can read The Chicago Manual of Style Online or in the print …

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CMOS: Notes and Bibliography versus Author-Date

Chicago Style of Citation is most commonly used in humanities, history, art, and literature. This style of citation uses in text citation or notes and bibliography. The notes in Chicago style of citation are footnotes and endnotes. You have to write a footnote or endnote each time you use any source in your text whether you use paraphrase, summary or …

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Chicago Style of Citation: Bibliography

The Chicago style of citation is most commonly used in literature, arts, history and social sciences. This article will provide some general guidelines to Chicago Style of Citation-the bibliography page. The Chicago Manual of Style (17th ed.) and Kate L. Turabian’s Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (8th ed.) are two important sources to understand the Chicago style  of formatting, …

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A Guide to APA Citation: References

Americal Psychological Association or APA citation style originated in 1929. APA citation styles is most commonly used in psychology, social sciences, education, and business. Some universities use APA citation style for engineering discipline as well but its use is much less common. This articles provides you some general guidelines to format the references page in APA style. APA follows author-date …

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MLA Works Cited Citation for Web Sources

The guidelines for MLA works cited citation for web sources is almost same as for the print. For print sources you need to mention print and for web sources you have to mention web in the citation. The elements of citation include author name, article title, overall website title, edition, publisher, publication date, and date of access. You can provide …

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