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Hi there. i just joined here.
I'm really wondering at the moment about citation location.
I show the example below.

* Author - Sengupta et al. (2013) Page 36

Sense of Community is a core component of social capital, and can be defined as “the sense that one was part of a readily supportive network of relationships upon which one could depend” (Saranson, 1974, p. 1)

* Explanation & Question

I want to make a direct quotation with above passage. But, there are two authors. Saranson is the author of the primary research and Senqupta is the author who cited the Saranson's research for his article.
In this case, how should I cite the above sentence?
Below is what I did.

Sengupta (2013) claims, “Sense of Community is a core component of social capital, and can be defined as “the sense that one was part of a readily supportive network of relationships upon which one could depend” (Saranson, 1974, p. 1).”(P 36)

I really look for your advices.
Thanks
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This is an important consideration, and it's the kind of thing that academic departments take seriously. Most departments adopt a manual of style, their own or a standard one like the MLA's, and you should consult that manual or whoever it is that you're submitting your essay to.

One common technique is to note that you're quoting a quote:

Sengupta (2013) claims that "Sense of Community is a core component of social capital." He adopts the definition of Saranson that Sense of Community is "the sense that one was part of a readily supportive network of relationships upon which one could depend." (p. 1).

In this method, you refer to the page number of Sengupta's work where Sengupta quotes Saranson. Saranson is Sengupta's source, not yours.

But consult your local authority for local custom.

Advice is non-countable, so don't add the final "s" no matter how much advice you get. "Looking for advice" means that you expect advice soon; "looking forward to advice" means that you're expecting the advice to be helpful.
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Thank you so much of your advice. Then, I need to ask a teacher here.
I'm going to keep your advice of "looking forward to advice" in my mind for next questions.
Thanks again.