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The research conducted so far (Goodman 1988) is far from satisfactory.
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use superscript Arabic numerals and place the superscript number at the end of the sentence or clause and before all punctuation, except at the end of a sentence where it goes after the full stop
There are several reasons why the legislation was introduced1, mainly because of the cost to universities.2
then list the footnotes at the bottom of the page
1. This is the first reason.
2. The cost was enormous.