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Oxford - references in text

In the Oxford style the citations in the text normally consist of a raised (superscript) number and a list of footnotes at the bottom of the page for all citations on that page.

In the Oxford system the citations in the text normally consist of a raised (superscript) number and a list of footnotes at the bottom of the page for all citations on that page.

Footnotes

The footnote may contain complete bibliographic information (footnote 1) and if applicable page number(s) or more concise bibliographic information (footnote 2). If a document/source is cited several times in the text you can also use abridged bibliographic information (author´s family name, title and page number(s) or equivalent), footnote 2 below. Use “ibid.” (=same as last entry) when two references in a row are from the same source (footnote 3) and state page number(s) if different (and applicable).

Footnote with Complete Bibliographic Information
1 Alan Bryman. Social research methods. 3. ed. Oxford: Oxford university press, 2008, 65

Footnote with Abridged Bibliographic Information
2 Bryman. Social research methods, 79

Footnote when two References in a Row are from the same Source
3 Ibid, 83