question of methododlogy , help needed
Felecia.Briscoe at utsa.edu
Mon Sep 1 13:48:46 UTC 2008
Use the version that you were using when you wrote the paper. It doesn't matter that the research was held earlier, it matters when you are doing the writing/analysis of the research
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Subject: question of methododlogy , help needed
hi everybody ,
have a problem with references :
I have a book which was edited in 1993 and I have the 1997 version, so when I write the author example : shall I write it : Clyne (1993 ) or Clybe (1997) ?
if I write clyne (1997) it wouldn't be logical because research was held in 1993?
thanks for your rapid answer
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