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- Citations let your readers know where you got the information you used in your writing.
- They give credit to your sources and situate your work within the context of your field.
- Citing sources accurately and thoroughly demonstrates that you understand where your work fits in scholarly discourse and that you have reviewed the literature relevant to your topic.
Citation: A (Very) Brief Introduction (NCSU)
The Importance of Citation: The Rule of Pants