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This avoids plagiarism, a serious offence in the academic world.
If you don't reference anything, it is assumed that you are claiming all the ideas and opinions in your assessment item are your own.
References to books, articles, and websites follow standard citation styles. You need to be able to interpret and use the appropriate style.
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