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Citationexercise3ed - ENG 310 Citing Sources

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ENG 310 Citing Sources When you use someone else’s work, how will you  identify it? a. it’s not necessary to identify it.  b. with an in-text citation. c. in the reference list at the end of your essay. d. both an in-text citation and a reference list entry. Correct the following in-text citations: 1. This is an idea taken from the article  The radical idea of  marrying for love According to Stephanie (2008) love originally was not part of  marriage. 2. This is from page132, paragraph 14 “Even in societies that esteemed married love, couples were  expected to keep it under strict control.” 3. This is from page143, paragraph 2 Researchers Popenoe and Dafoe (2008) say “Americans  haven’t given up given up on marriage as a cherished ideal.” 4. The idea is taken from the  Debunking myths about  marriages and families  (either WRAC or the authors’  textbook) Schwartz and Scott debunk a number of assumptions about  marriage and family
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ENG 310 Citing Sources 5. This is a paraphrase of  paragraph 64  from page 140      The love marriage changed the traditional views of marriage  and many saw that the risks of making love a priority would 
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