References in scientific paper

Reply Wed 2 May, 2012 02:48 pm

Can somebody help me?
I found a problem with references while writing my paper.

I have some articles in which there aren't indicated pages, so how to write references.

Lexical elements of various languages possess the generality of semantics, i.e. they have semantic components (cf. another term “semes”) which are the general ones. Semes are the constituents of sememes, and because of that, they are characterized as the smallest constituents of the sememes implication (Gudavičius, 1994:19).

And if a page is not give, so how to write a reference?

Thank u.
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