I read the answers to this, however I'm searching for an elaborated answer on how two (or more) sencentes are obviously from one source, and hence can be cited with one citation at the end of all sentences.
Example to reduce a really long sentences:
The thing varies in dimension A, because of . Consequently, it is categorised as 1,2 or 3 [Mr. Twit, 2013].
Are linking words like consequently, therefore and so on enough to signal that is originates from one source? Can I swap the dot (.) and the citation [Mr. Twit, 2013] to indicate that the citation does not only belong to the last sentence?
Bonus question: If I write a whole paragraph and add one citation at the end, does this imply that the whole paragraph is quoted?
In general I'm trying to reduce he-said-she-said structures, as they are akward and hinder the information flow.