Consecutive Citation

This term is used for formatting the reference style. A consecutive citation occurs when the a resource is inserted (cited) more than once in a paragraph, and it immediately follows the first instance of inserting (citing) the resource.

 

Tips 

1. It is important to consult the official Style Guide used for your specific academic discipline when formatting citations.


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