Sources, their use and acknowledgement.
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Sources is a citation handbook, with a guide to creating citations and numerous examples in the four most-used citation styles. It provides a rationale for why, and offers principles for determining when and how, you should cite sources. As such, Sources can be a convenient handbook for you to consult while preparing scholarly work for your classes. It also presents a code of scholarly ethics, derived from Dartmouth's Academic Honor Principle, concerning plagiarism.