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Can someone please help me with this reference. This is the last one I need essay is due tommo!
Devinney, 2009; Margolis +Walsh 2003, cited by Christensen et al., 2014, p.164
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Can someone please help me with this reference. This is the last one I need essay is due tommo!
Devinney, 2009; Margolis +Walsh 2003, cited by Christensen et al., 2014, p.164
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Can someone please help me with this reference. This is the last one I need essay is due tommo!
Devinney, 2009; Margolis +Walsh 2003, cited by Christensen et al., 2014, p.164
What specifically about that reference do you need help with? Accessing it, or formatting it correctly? If the latter, which referencing style are you using?
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What specifically about that reference do you need help with? Accessing it, or formatting it correctly? If the latter, which referencing style are you using?
It’s corporate social responsibility and needs to be done in Harvard. It’s formatting it with the several authors. I don’t know how to find the info
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You need someone to send you a soft copy of this source?
yes please i need the correct info where to find it im so confused and its due today at 5pm
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It’s corporate social responsibility and needs to be done in Harvard. It’s formatting it with the several authors. I don’t know how to find the info
Your university should have a Harvard guide.

Also, secondary citations (i.e. citing a paper/article cited in another book/article) aren't ideal, especially if there is a chance that you could find the original source yourself as it's only from 2003. Usually secondary citations are reserved for works which are out of print or old (i.e. earlier than 1950).
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