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Érudit is a Canadian web portal of scholarly materials. Its primary focus is the humanities and social sciences, but it also includes some publications in the physical and natural sciences. It includes content in both English and French. See its website for more information.

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Note that citation styles vary by article, and using every parameter in the example is not a requirement of access; editors can use the style most appropriate to the articles or projects they are working on.


{{cite journal|author=Lombardo, Nicholas|title= White-Collar Workers and Neighbourhood Change|doi= 10.7202/1030804ar|journal=Urban History Review|year=2014|volume=43|issue=1|pages=5–19}} {{Subscription needed|via=[[Érudit]]}}
  • Lombardo, Nicholas (2014). "White-Collar Workers and Neighbourhood Change". Urban History Review. 43 (1): 5–19. doi:10.7202/1030804ar.   – via Érudit (subscription required)

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