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Reference to a journal publication: Brown, W.O., Helland. E. and Smith J.K. (2006).Corporate philanthropic practices. Journal of Corporate Finance, 12(1), 855-877.
Reference to a book: Neiheisel, S.R. (1994). Corporate Strategy and the Politics of Goodwill: A Political Analysis of Corporate Philanthropy in America (1st edition). New York: Peter Lang Publishing Inc.
Reference to a web source: Naik A. Z. (2004). The Quran and the modern science: compatible or incompatible. Islamic Research Foundation. [Online]
Available: www.alya.org (July 7, 1999).