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Hello, Many online journals that, if following their “download PDF” link, note that page numbers are not to be used for citation purposes. Other journals’ PDFs are not paginated at all. The guideline is [volume#(issue#, if assigned), page–range. doi: xxxxxx (or retrieved from URL)] So, should the page range only be excluded in these cases, or can it be excluded in all “no official page# given” cases? As readers may or may not download PDFs. Thank you.
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Hello! I know that, in the case of organization/agency authors, the parents (if noted) are listed first for the reference list entry. However, for the in-text citation, are all levels supposed to be noted? This applies to many sources I use, and having all these long in-text references seems to interrupt the flow of the text. Also, which level(s) can be abbreviated for subsequent citations? Example (all names are noted on site.): Brandeis University, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Relational Coordination Research Collaborative. (n.d.). “Relational Coordination Research Collaborative home page” [Web page]. Retrieved from http://rcrc.brandeis.edu/ (Brandeis University, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Relational Coordination Research Collaborative, n.d., para. 4; …). Thank You for your assistance!
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Hi, In all the "official" examples I've seen, the parenthetical citation is always at the end of the sentence before the period. However, I've seen some people enter citations mid-sentence. Are there any instances in which this is correct when using a word, idea, or exact words? Thank you.
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