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CITATION AND NOTES
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Use parenthetical citations as follows: (O'Toole 2006: 30). If the same source is referred to or quoted immediately afterwards simply repeat the page number. If only the page number changes it will suffice to put the new page number within brackets.
Short quotations (up to 40 words) will appear in inverted commas within the text, longer ones (more than 40 words) will have no inverted commas and will appear in a separate indented paragraph (1 cm; single space). If parts of a citation are omitted, the omission is noted by three full stops enclosed in square brackets [.].
The works referred to in the paper should be listed in alphabetical order. Line space 1. Indent long entries from the second line (Sangría francesa).
Name, first name. Year of publication. Title, place: Publisher.
Smith, John. 2006. Ireland and the New Millennium , Burgos: Editorial Burgalesa.
2 Smith, John & Peter Jones. 2006. ....
3 Smith, John, Peter Jones & James Green. 2006. ....
3+ Smith, John et al. 2006. ....
ARTICLES from collections of essays, periodicals and newspapers
Jones, Peter. 2006. "Ireland Revisited", in John Smith (ed.), Ireland and the New Millennium , Burgos: Editorial Burgalesa.
Jones, Peter. 2006. "Ireland Revisited", Journal of Irish Studies , 5, 125- 137.
Jones, Peter. 2006. "Ireland Revisited", The Irish Times , 17 December.
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