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Using Source Materials: An Introduction ( printable version here ) Plagiarism, as stated in the University of Richmond Honor Code Statutes , "is the presentation, oral and/or written, of words You should also check with your professor about the "style" of documentation you'll need to use. Each academic field uses What is a Direct Quotation? Whenever you directly quote the words of an author, you must note that you've copied this and indicate that the quotation is In either case, you follow the quotation with a note of some kind that indicates the source; this either takes the form of a foo The direct quotation can add emphasis to your work. As the author of Grammar for Everyone puts it, "the direct quotation s This brief guide to documentation cannot cover all of the rules and exceptions about direct quotations. The topics that follow
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Unformatted text preview: What is a Paraphrase? Paraphrases restate another person's ideas using your own words and your own sentence structures. You won't want to fill Paraphrases, however, give you another method for incorporating source material. Like direct quotations, paraphrases mus When you paraphrase material, put it in your own words and use your own sentence structure. Don't allow the wording to re Consider our direct quotation: "the direct quotation serves to support your ideas, to emphasize a point, or to add a memorable quotation to your work" (Do Here's a possible paraphrase: John Doe gives three reasons for using direct quotations in one's work; he notes that quotations can support one's ideas, p Back to ' Using Sources ' Writer's Web | Writing Center | Make an Appointment | Library...
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