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Oxford style

The Oxford Style is sometimes referred to as the documentary-note or footnote system, and is frequently used in law and the humanities.

Help with citing sources

These pages provide examples for citing sources according to the most common referencing styles.

The library does not provide proofreading of references, but we can guide you through the information summarized here.

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You can also book an appointment with the Academic Resource Centre (Studieverkstaden) for more help with your oral and written assignments.

In the running text, numbers are used which refers to a footnote at the bottom of each page, at the end of each chapter, or at the end of the book.

Content updated 2017-08-29

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