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Abreviating "Emphasis mine" within author citations

When you search through Google Books or Google Scholar for "emph. add." (in quotation marks), there are many results, so it seems to be a common enough abbreviation. On the other hand, ...
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Do I need to cite ChatGPT in published writing?

What can you cite? The question posed? The answer varies (by intention) when you repeat the same question. The result reads like human text, but in fact isn‘t. GPT is a language model, not a knowledge ...
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If I use parenthetical references and the author's name is given right before it, do I need to repeat his/her name in parenthesis?

Why do you need to include their professions? Is there a sentence before that says something like "both professors and historians conclude X" or "people have been criticized for X"?...
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Can a narrative citation "Jones and colleagues (2019)..." be compliant with APA 7th standards?

In the sixth edition of the APA Manual (p. 108) there is a clear rule for this: 4.26 Latin Abbreviations Use the following standard Latin abbreviations only in parenthetical material; in non-...
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Is Wikimedia Commons a credible source for images?

Wikipedia is not a reliable source, but you can of course cite it. All will depend on the kind of information you quote and what you want to do with it. If for example you are doing a study on the ...
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When writing a footnote for a book that you’ve used separate pages from, should you include them together, or should you give them separate footnotes?

For an academic style, every source gets its own reference, but not so much in footnotes as a list at the end of the paper or book under "References". Every source gets its own number, and ...
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When writing a footnote for a book that you’ve used separate pages from, should you include them together, or should you give them separate footnotes?

If multiple sources are relevant for a single citation, indicate all sources in one note. Example for different sources: Bla bla bla.1 1 Bob, His Book, p. 12; Frank, What He Wrote, p. 45. Example ...
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