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"One key aspect of academic writing is the use of citations and references. It is important to specify where your theories or claims originate. This brief lecture deals with what you should refer to as well as when and how to do it."
Presented by Fredrik Vanek, librarian at the Social Sciences Faculty Library, Lund University.