ACCORD DOCUMENTS STYLE GUIDE - for in-house writers, editors and proof-readers
Coherent Identifier 20.500.12592/x0k6h02

ACCORD DOCUMENTS STYLE GUIDE - for in-house writers, editors and proof-readers

7 April 2022

Summary

The example below is incorrect: The second phase of the research consisted of a field visit to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in July 2007 to conduct interviews with: representatives of the AU Peace Support Operations Division (PSOD) representatives of the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations – African Union Peace Support Team (UNDPKO – AUPST) representatives of the AU and the Regional Economic. [...] Use one of the following forms: the nineteen sixties the ’sixties (note the apostrophe denoting the absence of the century) the 1960s (note there is no apostrophe here). [...] In such a case, the name of the specific newspaper is substituted for the name of the author. [...] This includes the name of the quoted person or organisation, the date of the publication and the page or paragraph number where the quote or information appears. [...] You should therefore give each of the publications a distinguishing, consecutive letter of the alphabet, which appears next to the date in the reference list and the in-text references.

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50
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South Africa

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