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attributed and unattributed sources What do "attributed" and "unattributed" sources in the bibliography of books mean? This could be seen in the bibliography section of the preview of this book on Amazon; https://www.amazon.com/Art-War-Laura-Brandon/dp/1845112377
Nov 11, 2018 8:53 AM
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I think you are referring to the works cited in the bibliography, i.e. the works that are referenced in the citations. If we know who produced a work, e.g.its author, we say it is attributed to them; if we don't know, it is unattributed. Note that this isn't quite the same as 'anonymous'. For example a work can be attributed to an institution, e.g. UNESCO, without our knowing who wrote it. The Dead Sea Scrolls, on the other hand, are unattributed.
November 11, 2018
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