Quoting, Summarizing

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Running head: QUOTING, SUMMARIZING, AND PARAPHRASING SOURCES 1 Quoting, Summarizing, and Paraphrasing Sources Crystian Hicks COM/220 April 10, 2011 John D. Rall
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QUOTING, SUMMARIZING, AND PARAPHRASING SOURCES 2 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. Kids are abusing prescription drugs because they feel that prescription drugs are a safer alternative and a less risker than illegal street drugs. The most commonly abused prescription drugs in teens are pain killers. Elliot, Souder, Privette, & Richardson, (2008, Nov). Teen Prescription Drug Abuse. Clinician Reviews, Vol. 18 (Issue 11), p18-23. Retrieved April 10, 2011. Available from EBSCO Host. Paraphrase: Use details. Reflect the structure of the source. Reflect the ideas of the original
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