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Unformatted text preview: Wednesday, April 14th Documentation Paraphrase & quotation Have the page from your argument paper with you and as you listen to this presentation, see which rules apply to you. Feel free to interrupt any time with questions. RULES FOR AVOIDING Plagiarism 1) Cite in-text and at the end: a) ALL quoted material and b) ALL summarized or paraphrased material, unless the information is common knowledge (e.g. the Civil War was fought from 1861 to 1865). 2) Make sure that both the wording and the sentence structure of your summaries and paraphrases are substantially your own. There are two types of citations: IN-TEXT CITATIONS FULL CITATIONS IN-TEXT CITATIONS Indicate the source of all QUOTATIONS, PARAPHRASES, SUMMARIES Appear INTEXT, WITHIN PARENTHESES (author page) Sometimes: NUMBERED FOOTNOTES OR ENDNOTES to add comments or refer the reader to other sources IN-TEXT CITATIONS References in the text must clearly point to specific sources in the list of works cited If two or three names , give the last name of each person (Rabkin, Green, and Olf 24) If three or more names , give the last name followed by et al. (Lauter et al. 55) IN-TEXT CITATIONS If no author : use the title, shortened or in full If three or more lines : * indent as a paragraph, * do not use quotation marks, and * end with the citation of author and page between parentheses IN-TEXT CITATIONS Citing indirect sources : If what you quote or paraphrase is itself a quotation, put the abbreviation qtd. in (quoted in) before the indirect source you cite in your parenthetical reference CITING INDIRECT SOURCES Example: In-text: Sigmund Freud says that the distortion in dreams is due to the activities of a censorship, directed against the unacceptable, unconscious wish-impulses. (qtd. in Behrens and Rosen 43) Works Cited: Behrens, Lawrence, and Leonard J. Rosen. A Sequence of Academic Writing . 4 ed. New York: Pearson Important:...
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