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EC 329: Business Organization and Management: Citing Articles

This guide will focus on Evidence-Based Management research and practices.

Citation Style

   

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Why Give Credit?

You need to give credit to sources for several reasons:

  • To let your readers know how your views, "agree with, disagree with, or modify the views of published experts in the field."

  • By citing your sources, you are providing your reader with additional information--such as books, articles, and websites
    --on the topic you are writing about.
  • "By listing the author of a quotation and providing a page number, you're telling the reader, 'If you don't believe that this person really wrote this, you can look it up for yourself.'"
  • "It's the honest thing to do."

Source: Plagiarism (Microsoft Word document) - UWGB Writing Center handout

 

In the case of EBMgt, it also supports and gives credence to your evidence based sources.

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