Why do you want me to tell you when I use your work? The most important reason is that I really like to know what parts of my research have the most impact on you or your organisation. If I have this information, it makes it easier for me to show how my work is used.
How do I attribute this properly?To attribute this work, you just need to include a note in the text like this (Legrand, 2015, p.5) which tells the reader who wrote the quote/made the argument, when the work was published, and the page on which it appears. You then put the full reference at the end of the document. The full reference includes the author's name, date of publication, the title of the work, and where it was published (just as it is listed on this page).
Alternatively, you may include the full reference as a footnote.
Why is this research being made available? I believe that all scholarly work should be freely accessible. It is sometimes difficult to read the latest research because of the costs involved in accessing journals and buying books. Whenever possible I try to post my research here, so anyone and everyone can read, critique and engage with what I, and my collaborators, are doing.
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