A bibliography is the reference study of texts. The bibliography is all those texts cited in a study, article or text and that are not used as such in the text, but are used to enrich its content by expanding the information.
It is a discipline that studies texts under the forms of knowledge that have been recorded and their transmission processes. It includes its production and reception. In a more classical sense, the bibliography is an overview of the publications according to a certain category.
In a text, it indicates where the information to be described in the text is extracted from, and the parts of the text from which the data have been taken are established hierarchically.
It is an expression that involves objects, situations, entities and texts whose relationship is described to be used as a model to be considered or to reinforce an argument used in a study or text.
It is a list that includes the sources that support a work in order to support the arguments mentioned.
Differences between bibliography and reference
- The reference is a list of sources that were used to support the work in order to support those arguments and the facts mentioned. Those who read the work can consult the source to confirm its veracity.
- When an in-text citation is made, it must be added to the reference list. Any argument or fact must be based on other work.
- There cannot be an element in the reference list that has not been included in the job.
- The bibliography includes the sources that serve as the basis for the work, but the arguments are not necessarily supported by the bibliographic content.
- The elements that are mentioned in the bibliography do not necessarily have to be included in the text of the written work.
- The bibliography is located after the reference list.
- The bibliography is presented in alphabetical order.
- A bibliography includes the sources that are used in a work as a source of information, but they do not necessarily present the arguments or facts mentioned.
- The references are those sources that have been used as support for the work to support the arguments presented.