How do you cite an article that cites someone else?

How do you cite an article that cites someone else?

Your in-text citation should include both authors: the author(s) of the original source and the author(s) of the secondary source. For example: (Habermehl, 1985, as cited in Kersten, 1987). In your reference list you should provide the details of the secondary source (the source you read).

How do you cite someone else’s work?

If the idea is new, or not common knowledge, cite the source. Use quotation marks whenever you use someone else’s words, but use direct quotes sparingly (e.g., to support your point with the words of an authority, or when original wording is unusual, strong, or characteristic of the speaker).

What is RightsLink?

RightsLink® for Scientific Communications is the market-leading solution supporting publishers with a wide range of workflows for easy management, collection, and reporting on a variety of publication charges.

How do I get permission to use figures?

Requesting permission The easiest way to obtain permission to reproduce a figure is using RightsLink. The majority of publishers use this service. If the publisher of the figure you wish to reproduce does not use RightsLink, you can request permissions directly from the publisher.

What is order reference number in RightsLink?

An order reference number (also called purchase order number) is a unique number entered by you during the order process to be displayed in your billing statement(s). This is not a requirement of RightsLink or the publisher, but a means for you to track your order internally with your accounting system.

How do I get copyright permission from Elsevier?

How do I obtain permission from another publisher? Permission to reproduce material from another publisher in an Elsevier product can typically be obtained via RightsLink’s automated permission-granting service, which can be located on the individual journal article or book chapter page on the publisher’s website.

How do I ask for reprint permission?

3. Permission to Reprint Published Material InstructionsDescribe the publication in which the material originally appeared. Give specific details in the space provided. Write in the title of the publication that will reprint the Material.

Are abstracts copyrighted?

Abstracts are protected under copyright law just as any other form of written speech is protected. However, publishers of scientific articles invariably make abstracts freely available, even when the article itself is not.

What is copyright form?

As well as addressing matters of copyright, the copyright forms contain assertions that: The article is the original work of the authors. Each of the authors has made a material contribution to the article. All authors have received the final version of the article and have agreed to it being submitted.

Are magazines copyrighted?

That’s where copyright protection comes into play for a number of printed materials including periodicals, newspapers, and magazines. As an author, if you don’t register your work, it still receives basic copyright protection against infringement and you may be able to collect damages.

Are journal articles copyrighted?

Works that are protected by copyright include but are not limited to books, journal articles, web sites, music, photographs, computer programs and audiovisual materials. If the work was published from 1923 to the present time then the work may be protected by copyright.

Is it legal to upload papers to ResearchGate?

ResearchGate is not a publisher and does not accept articles or papers for publication. Rather, members can track their publications, store private copies, and make their published or unpublished work publicly available on ResearchGate – if they have the rights to do so.

Do publishers own copyright?

Usually, the author of the creative work is the owner of the copyright. But in the publishing industry, the owner of the copyright may be the publishing company due to an agreement between the author and the publisher. Sometimes, even though a book is published by a major publisher, the author still owns the copyright.

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