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Chapter 2. Constructing Text > Endnotes, Footnotes, and Bibliographies

Endnotes, Footnotes, and Bibliographies

Sometimes, you need to provide complete cross-references to other sources. You can include these references in endnotes at the end of a chapter, in footnotes at the bottom of a page, or in a bibliography at the end of a document. You also can use endnotes and footnotes as a place to add comments about a discussion.

Writing Endnotes and Footnotes

Endnotes and footnotes provide complete information about the source, including author, title, place of publication, and page number in the source where readers can find the information. A footnote provides the reference at the bottom of the page. An endnote groups all references cited in a chapter at the end of the chapter.


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