“A writer’s greatest pleasure is revealing to people things they knew but did not know they knew”, according to Andy Rooney. A reasonable general statement it is though, I have a bit doubt as to if that would be alright at all. Certainty to those who write literature reviews, it is more to a provoking thought.
With reference to citations, "that proper documentation demonstrates your expertise as a researcher and increases your readers’ trust in you and your work but getting the documentations can be a confusing job and frustrating, especially for a writer who is not familiar with the citation system" is also hereto a general statement well understood since posting each single citation accurately can require what seems an inordinate amount of time looking through the style manual.
This shouldn’t be though a problem to a professional writer, yet to an academic writer mostly, since academic communities are, colloquially speaking, very much on you back just as they are for your front.
However, the need reflected with a practical problem which is familiar to academic communities remains, at least appears to be at large so, whether this dilemma should be instructed anecdotally without the dimensional modalities permitted for constructions to be realized, remembered, and extended in universal principles or should instead be rather instructed monostratally as for this being with only a minimal concern to the special need of writers in order to avoid possible multiple level of phantom elements.
An explicit knowledge of this kind is needed by academic writers is perhaps much the same way as a professional driver need to know something about the mechanical working of motor vehicle, but there appears to be always some problems with this take.
However, as in here, for example, a university page demonstrating the Citation style under Bibliography with reference to Reference list is not relevant:
I have however only few guesses as to how something could have been materialized for students and fellow academics to make up their citations the way as shown above. I would make only a guess accordingly so as if there could have been someone on the top position than the most in academic writing conventions, particularly in descriptive grammar and citation, whom perhaps this could have been asked as such for an input to the said university page Referencing.
Referencing is not an issue for many in the outer world certainly, but those who write dissertations or publish materials in the form above alike certainly wouldn't be surprised with the facts that them being incorrect--neither for bibliography nor for reference list other than for harvarding the APA in author-date but yet still not wanting for separating the traditional dating system as in reference list.