com156_r5_appendix_f_quoting_paraphrasing_summarizing

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Appendix F COM/156 Version 5 1 Associate Program Material Appendix F Quoting, Summarizing, and Paraphrasing a Source Part 1: Summarizing Review the following passage and summarize it in the box as though you were including this information in a research paper. Use the reference to create an appropriate APA-formatted, in- text citation. Aggressive driving is characterized by the tendency to view driving as a competition rather than as a means of getting from one place to another. Although most drivers are content to move along with the flow of traffic, aggressive drivers weave from lane to lane, seeking any advantage that will place them ahead of others. Aggressive drivers are also more likely to tailgate and honk the horn in an effort to intimidate other drivers or simply to move them along faster. When confronted with heavy traffic, aggressive drivers often engage in dangerous behavior such as passing on the right, using utility or turn lanes as driving lanes, and ignoring traffic signals. Paradoxically, aggressive drivers often pride themselves on their
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2012 for the course COM COM 156 taught by Professor Martin during the Winter '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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