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Unformatted text preview: Citing Your Sources Citing Your Sources Citing Your Sources Citing Your Sources in APA Citation Style in APA Citation Style in APA Citation Style in APA Citation Style 1 What Must B What Must B What Must B What Must Be e e e Cited ited ited ited U Background information (company & industry information and news; financials, market share, other statistics) U Analysis not original to your team U Any passage not written by your team (text must also either be reworded OR enclosed in quotation marks) U Charts or other graphics not created by your team Note: Any source passages not presented as direct quotes should be cited AND sufficiently reworded to avoid Paraphrase Plagiarism . More on Paraphrase Plagiarism: http://www.indiana.edu/~wts/pamphlets/plagiarism.shtml Where to Cite Where to Cite Where to Cite Where to Cite Your team’s source material must be acknowledged in 2 places in your paper/presentation: 1. Acknowledge your sources in the body of your paper/presentation with parenthetical in-text citations. For exact quotes, include a page or paragraph number as applicable in your in-text citation. 2. Provide full information about each source in the Reference List (bibliography) at the end of the paper/presentation. Note: Each in-text citation should point to an entry in the Reference List. There should be no excess entries in the Reference List that go uncited in the body of the case. You should also cite information you use in any supplementary handouts. Inf Inf Inf Information Needed ormation Needed ormation Needed ormation Needed to Cite Sources to Cite Sources to Cite Sources to Cite Sources in APA in APA in APA in APA For Articles in Journals, Magazines, or Newspapers U Author U Day/Month/Year U Article Title U Journal Name U Volume and Number/Issue (Skip volume/number info for newspapers/wires) U Page Range (if known) If your article is in electronic format , include the information below: U Database Name (example: Business Source Premier) U Database Vendor (example: EBSCO) U Date of access (the day you saw the article) For Web Sites U Author of Web Site (remember, organizations can be authors too!) U Date of Publication/Last Update (use n.d. if no date given) U Title of Web Page U Title of Larger Web Page of Which It’s a Part...
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