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Citing from journals

When citing from a journal, the footnote number is inserted at the end of the sentence as in citing from a book. The footnote citation must contain the following information:

  • author's name
  • name of article in ' ' (inverted commas)
  • name of journal in italics
  • month and year of publication
  • volume number and issue number
  • page numbers of article.

Example

Example of citing from a journal

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