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 References should follow the 6th edition of APA standards (American Psychological Association) in alphabetical order. References should be cited in the text first alphabetically, then by date (e.g., Devetak, 2009; Tašner & Gaber, 2017; Vogrinc & Valenčič Zuljan, 2010) and listed in alphabetical order in the reference section at the end of the manuscript. If there are three, four or five authors, all authors should be cited at the first mention. If the cited paper has more than five authors, it should be cited as the first author + et al., but the first six authors should be listed in the reference list. Use a comma between two references by the same author (e.g., Vogrinc, 2000, 2002). When authors are mentioned in the text, i.e., not in parentheses, do not use an ampersand (e.g., As suggested by Devetak and Vogrinc (2003), but NOT As has been shown by Brown & Green (2004)). When a specific page, section, equation or other division of the work is cited, a specific page reference should be included after the author’s last name(s) and the year of publication, (e.g., Vogrinc, 2008, p. 5). References should follow the 6th edition of APA standards (American Psychological Association) in alphabetical order. References should be cited in the text first alphabetically, then by date (e.g., Devetak, 2009; Tašner & Gaber, 2017; Vogrinc & Valenčič Zuljan, 2010) and listed in alphabetical order in the reference section at the end of the manuscript. If there are three, four or five authors, all authors should be cited at the first mention. If the cited paper has more than five authors, it should be cited as the first author + et al., but the first six authors should be listed in the reference list. Use a comma between two references by the same author (e.g., Vogrinc, 2000, 2002). When authors are mentioned in the text, i.e., not in parentheses, do not use an ampersand (e.g., As suggested by Devetak and Vogrinc (2003), but NOT As has been shown by Brown & Green (2004)). When a specific page, section, equation or other division of the work is cited, a specific page reference should be included after the author’s last name(s) and the year of publication, (e.g., Vogrinc, 2008, p. 5).
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 +In the case of a literal quote of up to 40 words, state the page on which the quote is given in the original source (e.g., Vogrinc, 2008, p. 5) and put quotation marks around the quote.
  
 The titles of sources that are not originally in English must be translated into English so that the English translation follows the original title in square brackets. The titles of sources that are not originally in English must be translated into English so that the English translation follows the original title in square brackets.
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