A numbered list at the end of the text provides full details for each corresponding in-text reference. For example:
A secondary citation is where you cite something that someone else has cited, and you have not seen the original work. It is always preferable to read and cite the original work, and every effort should be made to obtain it.
However, if it cannot be obtained:
And in the reference list, include the work by Smith at the end of the work by Jones:
The following abbreviations may be used in your citations.
|et al||and others|
Journal names are abbreviated. Visit the Journal articles page in this guide for detailed information.
Jurisdictions are abbreviated for legal materials. Visit the More examples page in this guide for more information.
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