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An important part of writing up your research is the list of sources at the end, that is, the list of books, journal articles and other materials that you consulted. Depending on your academic discipline, this list may be titled bibliography, references, or works cited. A List of Reference or Works Cited contains only those references which you have cited in your written work whereas a Bibliography lists the sources that you referred to as well as sources that, while relevant, were not actually cited. The references must be cited and presented according to a recognised standard (e.g. Harvard Style, Vancouver, OSCOLA etc.) and this may vary depending on the subject and Faculty. Teaching staff will confirm the preferred style to be used in your coursework.

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