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I want to cite an article I've read about, but which I haven't actually read - how do I do this?

Last Updated: Mar 06, 2014  |  135 Views

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This is known as a secondary citation. For more information and examples, see Secondary Citations on AUT Library's APA 6th guide.

If you're using EndNote, you can edit a standard citation to fit the APA 6th style rules for secondary citations.

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