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Is the word "coloured" offensive when writing about Apartheid?

Coloured or Kleurling is totality offensive. It was given to the people like you give something a name or group identity to accept without any explanation. However, seeing that South Africa is still ...
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When a translation of an original name of a source is provided in a footnote of an academic text, how do I format reference to the source language?

In an academic context (that is for a publication that targets an academic audience), if you translate a text, do not translate the titles of the sources given in that text. That would give the ...
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Is this sentence unneeded, or even detrimental?

What is a professional setting? A professional is someone who writes for money. That is, you have a job as a writer. Do you? If not, you are not working in a professional setting. But I think in your ...
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A Question on 'Topical Progression': How to Address Internal Inconsistencies in the Framework

In the example you cite (about Vanessa), from Vanessas perspective, money could be considered an aspect of her mother (who the author of the paper considers to be the topic of the paragraph) in the ...
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