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Direct quotations are rarely used in scientific writing except for definitions, or when an idea or principle is exceptional, or cannot be expressed any better.

If you must quote, provide in brackets the year of the publication and the page on which the quotation appears. For advice refer to the Monash Library online tutorial on Citing and Referencing Launch new window.

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