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Welcome to the wonders of documenting your academic work!
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Sure, you know you'll get in trouble if you don't list the sources you've used, but that's a negative reason.
More positive reasons:
- It gives credit where credit is due
- It can strengthen your argument, since you're not just relying on your own thoughts.
- If your reader is interested in the topic, they can find the articles you've used to further explore the subject
, Film Studies
, Pan-African Studies
, Women and Gender Studies
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