EDITCODE_F05 - CODE FOR EDITORIAL COMMENTS Phyllis M....

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CODE FOR EDITORIAL COMMENTS Phyllis M. Connolly, PhD, APRN, BC, CS 1. Paragraphs --while there is no rule for the length of a paragraph a well-written article designed to give information usually contains 100 to 200 words (APA, 2. Inconsistency --a discourse is inconsistent, or self-contradictory, if it contains, explicitly or implicitly, two assertions that are logically incompatible with each other (Beardsley, 1975, p. 249). 3. l. c .--lower case 4. u. c.—upper case 5. w. c .--word choice 6. APA style references 7. sp --spell out 8. cap --set in capitals 9. as—add a space 10. ds—delete a space 11. Pronouns --must refer clearly to its antecedent and should agree with the antecedent in number and gender (APA, 2001, pp. 34, 37, 47-50, 66). 12. Use since in reference only to time (to mean "after that"); do not use since in place of because (APA, 2001, pp. 56-57). 13.
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