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Do you need to cite in your introduction?

Answer. Whenever you use information from a source, you must cite it, even if the citation will occur in the introduction of your paper. For more information on in-text citations, visit the In-Text Citations page of the APA Guide.

How do you reference an article in MHRA?

In-text citation Author Forename Author Surname, ‘Title’, Publication Title, Volume number (Year Published), Pages Used doi.org/DOI Number>.

How do you reference a book edited by someone else?

When citing a chapter from an edited book, the format to use here is: Chapter Author Surname and Initial(s). (Year of Publication) ‘Title of Chapter’, in Editor Surname and Initial(s), (ed[s]) Title of Book, Place of Publication, Publisher, page range.

How do you cite an online article in MHRA?

MHRA cites sources in footnotes. With a website, the first footnote should include the following: Author Name, Page Title (Year Published/Last Updated) [Accessed Date].

What is MHRA style?

The MHRA style is often used in the arts and humanities. It uses footnotes that fully reference a citation. The footnoting is MHRA’s major advantage: a reader does not need to consult the bibliography to find a reference, as the footnote provides all the detail.