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Identify the main concepts within your topic.
Finding useful sources is highly dependent upon the words you choose to use in your searching.
If you are not sure that an article you would like to use as a reference for your project is from a peer-reviewed journal, you can
Citation styles vary widely by journal. Check the journal's website to see if they provide citation instructions under a section typically called "instructions for authors." If you can't find this information on the website, use the references section of the journal article you want to model your references after as an example. Pay particular attention to the order they place the information in, whether or not they use italics or bold, how they abbreviate journal titles, and how they use punctuation.
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