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March 24, 2021 1:18 pmpts 20 pts Research Aptitude (c) Op. Cit. and Loc. Cit. (In the Place/Work Cited):/Op. cit. is short for opere citato, meaning in the work cited 'Loc. cit.', meanwhile, is short for loco citato, meaning in the place cited', They are both used for repeat citations, bu in different ways.) Loc. cit.' is used when referring to exactly the same page in the same text as the previous citation by the same author (for non-consecutive citations, it comes after the author's name), but 'op. cit.' is used when referring to a different pan of the same text -later in the documént 1. Jones, La La Latin: Ancient Music (New York: Penguin, 1975), p. 124. 2 Loc. cit. 3 Wilson, How to Alienate People with Words (Oxford: OUP, 2002), p. 5. Jones, loc. cit. 5. Jones, op. cit., p. 201. In the example above, the first, second and fourth citations all refer to p. 124 of the Jones text. We then use 'op. cit. for the final citation to refer to a different page in the same text. m the Latin term passus which means 'scattered'. In 1ahout a tex
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  • Rucha rajesh shingvekar thankyou
    Latin, short for loco citato, meaning "in the place cited") is a footnote or endnote term used to repeat the title and page number for a given work (and author). Loc. (opere citato...
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  • Priya gulani thankyou
    Loc. cit. (Latin, short for loco citato, meaning "in the place cited") is a footnote or endnote term used to repeat the title and page number for a given work (and author). Loc. ci...
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