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This Guide has been created to support the 2015 program “Strengthening Research Capacity to Enhance Democracy, Decentralised Governance and Development” for officials of Indonesian Ministry of Home Affairs.
Whenever you use information that has been written by another person, you need to reference or cite the source. There are many referencing styles, but ultimately they all include the following elements:
The year and date of publication
The title of the work
The title of the publication that work appears in
The name and place of publication
Academic writing and referencing
Using the information you have found may mean writing a speech or a report, creating a presentation, or responding to a question.
No matter how you use this information, you need to correctly cite (reference) it.
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