What is another word for referencing?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈɛfɹənsɪŋ] (IPA)

Referencing is the practice of citing sources used in research, writing, or other forms of communication. Synonyms for referencing include citing, crediting, acknowledging, attributing, citing sources, quoting, naming, and giving credit where credit is due. Proper referencing is important in academic and professional writing to avoid plagiarism and give credit to the original author or source. Different referencing styles are used, such as APA, MLA, and Chicago style. Regardless of the style used, proper referencing ensures that information used is credible and reliable. Understanding the importance of referencing and utilizing synonyms when necessary can help writers master the art of proper citation and enhance the quality of their writing.

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What are the paraphrases for Referencing?

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What are the hypernyms for Referencing?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for referencing?

An antonym for referencing could be ignoring or disregarding. When you refer to something, you are acknowledging its existence, importance or relevance. On the other hand, when you ignore something, you are not giving it any attention or significance. Another antonym for referencing could be misquoting or misattributing as this refers to giving incorrect information or quoting someone or something inaccurately. Alternatively, instead of referencing, one can also use antonyms such as guessing or assuming, where you do not rely on existing information or sources but make assumptions based on incomplete or insufficient data.

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Usage examples for Referencing

The art of cross-referencing is invaluable to the organized mind.
"Civics and Health"
William H. Allen
Plates moved closer to referencing text.
"The Myxomycetes of the Miami Valley, Ohio"
A. P. Morgan
31 16. Impossibility of cross-referencing all disclosures.
"The Classification of Patents"
United States Patent Office

Famous quotes with Referencing

  • There has been much talk referencing what I consider conceptual reports like the Landscape of Choice and documents created as a result of the Great Valley Center.
    Alan Autry
  • My role on television is one of helping people reexamine the assumptions that they hold. I regard Dr. King. You would never hear me get up and speak without in some way, shape or form, referencing, Dr. King.
    Tavis Smiley
  • He was reminded of a Dutch book whose moral he often returned to: De Schoonheid van hoogspanningslijnen in het Hollandse landschap, written by a couple of academics in Rotterdam University, Anne Kieke Backer and Arij de Boode. The Beauty of Electricity Pylons in the Dutch Landscape was a defence of the contribution of transmission engineering to the visual appeal of Holland, referencing the often ignored grandeur of the towers on their march from power stations to cities. Its particular interest for Ian, however, lay in its thesis about the history of the Dutch relationship to windmills, for it emphasised that these early industrial objects had originally been felt to have all the pylons’ threateningly alien qualities, rather than the air of enchantment and playfulness now routinely associated with them. They had been denounced from pulpits and occasionally burnt to the ground by suspicious villagers. The re-evaluation of the windmills had in large part been the work of the great painters of the Dutch Golden Age, who, moved by their country’s dependence on the rotating utilitarian objects, gave them pride of place in their canvases, taking care to throw their finest aspect into relief, like their resilience during storms and the glint of their sails in the late afternoon sun. … It would perhaps be left to artists of our own day to teach us to discern the virtues of the furniture of contemporary technology.
    Alain de Botton

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