Let me add that I recognize that structuring the references would be at least partially redundant.
But redundancy isn’t always bad, and it need not always be redundant.
People do NOT generally put explanations of the purpose of a reference inline in the text. Sometimes they might in a footnote, but in the text it would make it hard to read.
Tagging references with tags like “background” or “source” or “evidence” would not usually be redundant, and not burdensome.
But would be very helpful to me, the reader.
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