The ABC's - The ABC's of Citing and Referencing In academic writing in order to discuss a topic you want to present information that has been

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The ABC's of Citing and Referencing In academic writing, in order to discuss a topic, you want to present information that has been supported by research. When you write a paper, even if you create a response based on past learning and experiences, you need to tie that information into the assignment objectives and topic concepts. This information will come from your assigned reading materials. Thus, those sources will need to be cited and referenced. Anything that you discuss in your class assignments cannot be sufficiently addressed without providing information that relates to the assigned reading materials. Even if your assignment asks you to provide a personal example or opinion, your information still needs to relate to the relevant topic concepts found in your assigned reading materials. Thus, the topic concepts do not come from you. Therefore you should be providing citations and references for those resources. When to cite and reference:
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2010 for the course PSY 210 taught by Professor Williams during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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