Now that you have the basis for a bibliography, you have to run both latex and bibtex on the document. First, you should run latex (to create a file, which bibtex reads). Then run bibtex once to get some of the citations and create a .bbl file. Then run latex again so that the cross references between the text file and the bibliography are correct. You may want to repeat running bibtex and latex on the file to make sure that all cross references are correct. Be warned that adding/deleting citations and sources will require running bibtex again.
Construction and maintenance of outhouses in the US is subject to state and local governmental restriction, regulation and prohibition.  It is potentially both a public health issue, which has been addressed both by law and by education of the public as to good methods and practices ( . , separation from drinking water sources). This also becomes a more prevalent issue as urban and suburban development encroaches on rural areas,  and is an external manifestation of a deeper cultural conflict.  See also urban sprawl , urban planning , regional planning , suburbanization , urbanization and counterurbanization .
Hello, I so much love this explanation about conceptual framework..Thanks for sharing. Alright here is my question. I’m writing on Effect Of External Debt on Economic Growth in my Country. Having gone through some journal I discovered that variables used in measuring External Debt are: inflation, external debt, Exchange rate and many more while variable used in measuring Economic growth is GDP. Can we then say my dependent variable is GDP or Economic growth and independent variable(s) is inflation, exchange rate or EXTERNAL DEBT itself? Pls what’s my conceptual framework? Thanks for your reply in advance.