I am writing a seminar paper where I would like to reference one scholar's (A) view of another scholar's (B) work. This view (that scholar A holds) reoccurs throughout my paper.
Am I required to reference the quote every time I mention it, is it enough if I cite it the first time, or does it need to be cited in every section of the paper?
I am using the Harvard citation style.
Scholar A describes Scholar B's theory as a "genealogical constructivism with iterative descriptive connotations" (Scholar A 2007, p.8)
later in the text:
Other authors subscribe to the "genealogical constructivism with iterative descriptive connotations" movement.
Do I need a citation in the second reference?