Question : What is the difference between integral and non-integral citations?

Answer : Posted Time & Date - 11:12 am - December 22, 2016

In integral citations (or author prominent), the name of the cited author is a grammatical part of the citing sentence. It focuses more on the researcher than research unlike non-integral citations. In non-integral sentence, name of the author appears in the end of the sentence.

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