APA Referencing0 - In-text DocumentationAPA is the common...

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Unformatted text preview: In-text DocumentationAPA is the common documentation style in business journals and business graduate programs. The following examples show how to documentation direct quotes and paraphrases in APA style:A direct quote using author’s name within the text:Vargas (2004) writes, Aresearch indicates 36 percent of all U.S. companies spend too much for air [email protected](p. 12).A direct quote not using author’s name within the text:AResearch indicates 36 percent of all U.S. companies spend too much for air [email protected] (Vargas, 2004, p. 12).A paraphrased item using author’s name within the text:Vargas (2004) claims that over one-third of all U.S. companies spend too much for air travel.A paraphrased item not using author’s name within the text:Over one-third of all U.S. companies spend too much for air travel (Vargas, 2004).Use the sample reference entries to determine citation information for the reference (bibliography) section. APA style uses the title Referencesfor this page. Notice from the...
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