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depends what the lecturer prefers.
usually its in italics or these things ‘things’.
ive never hear of underlining though but yeah u should check
Source(s): md year uni student
Underlining makes it more difficult to read. Put it in real quotes ( ” ” ) or italicize it.
I was taught by my english teacher at GCSE and A-Level to put the name in quatations.
Also, if it was on the computer I would make it italic as well.
you in ordinary terms do between the above if its on your works stated website, or you place the call of the piece in an introductory fact like ” . . . ‘ as so and so stated in __________. in case you dont use an introductory fact you in ordinary terms flow off the works stated and placed the line or website # in ()S on the tip of a sentence.