Silverdream wrote:When you're putting footnotes in a paper, are you supposed to only cite a source once per every page it's listed on or do you have to cite it for every quote?
For example, say this is all from the same source:
Colette is asexual. He once said "I have no sexual attraction to males or females whatsoever." In 2007, he killed his sensei in a duel and married a Jewish lawyer.
His quote is on page 45 of Scientific American, and the information (that's not public knowledge) about him marrying a Jewish lawyer and killing his sensei are on pages 59 and 60. On this page of my paper would I cite it once as: Scientific American no. 1 issue 10 1994: pages 45-60 or would I cite it multiple times, once for the quote and once for the unknown information?
stubby wrote:Repeat references is why Chicago Jesus invented ibid. In this case: Ibid., pp. 59-60.
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