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Axia College Material Appendix E Quoting, Summarizing, and Paraphrasing Sources Summarize: Be brief. Reflect key facts or ideas. Help readers understand context. Do not insert personal views. Write in your own words, except for quotations. <Insert full article summary.> The article is mainly giving facts about how women in the military join and the percentage for all the given branches. It then goes into why the military is so biased against them, and how in the coming years they can combat this problem. Manning, Lory,( February2004), Military women Retrieved from military women <Insert APA article reference.> Paraphrase: Use details. Reflect the structure of the source. Reflect the ideas of the original author. Do not insert personal views. Write in your own words, except for quotations. <Insert full article paraphrase.> The paragraph tells about how African American women are better suted for the army because they are awarded for there
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Unformatted text preview: merit not there gender or race. Adeboyejo, Betsy,(may/June 2003, Women in the Military face increasing opportunity and risk, paragraph 5 Retrieved from Women in the Military Face Increasing Opportunity and Risk. <Insert APA article reference.> Quote: • Choose a well-stated key idea. • Use a verb of attribution to introduce the quotation; for example, He claimed , She reported , they assert ). • Punctuate correctly. • Cite in APA format. <Quote the article in a sentence.> “In March 1979, 43 percent stated that women should be required to participate in the draft as well as men, and 50 percent opposed this, while support increased 6-11 percentage points through 1998.” ( Torres-Reyna, Oscar, Shapiro, Robert, (winter 2002) Torres-Reyna, Oscar, Shapiro, Robert, (winter 2002), The Polls Trends Retrieved from The Polls Trends <Insert APA article reference.> com220r6...
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course COM 220 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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