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Significant rules of oxford referencing style

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Referencing is one of the most important factors of every assignment without which an assignment cannot be completed. Most of the times, students find it difficult to reference their topics and assignments properly, which leads to getting poor marks in their assignment. Students should learn every referencing style to deliver the assignment as per the requirement of their colleges. The referencing styles include Harvard, Mla, APA, Oscola, Oxford references. Students should understand the referencing style before writing a good assignment. The online oxford bibliography generator can also help the student to generate a bibliography. There are many rules regarding Oxford referencing generator given below.

· Students should understand two basic concepts before referencing with Oxford references. The first thing that the student should keep in mind that the oxford references uses in-text citation in the footnote section of the assignment. Harvard and APA referencing style use citation within the text. The second thing is the reference list should be properly placed after the end  of the assignment. The references section is written as a bibliography. There should be properly link between the footnote citation and reference list.

· The student should give all the detail of the sources of the assignment so that the reader can easily understand the references. The footnote enables the readers to check the authority of the writer for any proposition. The footnote should contain the name of the case, authors name followed by a footnote number either after the name or at the end of the sentence. Example, as john doe1 suggested, the views are given from the case study of Paul vs John2.


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