Writing Tip Citations that are accurately incorporated into your writing strengthen your arguments and significantly enhance the overall impact of what you say. Remember! Your university may require you to use a particular system for incorporating citations. It is advisable to check this out. Here are some more examples of citations. Compare them with the examples above. In his famous book Circle Game, Minton (2009) drew attention to the need for ‘specialised centres’. As Peacock and Tramer argue: ‘nothing holds back a child more than inattention’. Klein, in his paper ‘Nothing to Lose’ (1999), gives an example of a successful classroom exercise. The method lost credibility when parents noticed signs of regression in their children (Packam, 2004). Thomas et al. (2003) dismiss this theory, stating that ‘studies consistently show that the logic is flawed’. Like many earlier experts, Quimper is of the view that ‘childhood is our only stage of innocence’.
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