Summary Reducing a text to its main ideas, using ones
Paraphrase Stating all of the ideas of a short passage
using ones own voice
Quote Using the exact phrasing of a passage from a
All of these need to have citation. Only quotes require
Whats Wrong Here?
For each statement below, decide what logical fallacy or fallacies (pp. 346-49) apply.
Explain how you might dispute the statement using higher-level thinking.
1. Ken should get married because surveys show that married men are hap
Sources are either primary or secondary
Primary You are writing about that source.
Secondary You are using the source, probably as support.
ALL sources need to be cited i
Reasons for choosing paraphrase or summary
To avoid your readers having to shift gears,
too many different voices in your text
To keep your own voice in control
To cite purely factual information
To simplify complicated phrasing
September 7, 2016
In the article, One Person, One Share of the Atmosphere, Peter Sing makes a
tremendous proposal for fighting global warming. Peter Sing is a Princeton philosopher and a
utilitarian. Sing proposes that eac
Citation Quiz Information and Practice:
What to study for the citation quiz:
-Notes from Resources on Summary, Paraphrase, Quoting-When to
quote/when to paraphrase
o MLA rules of in-text citation and quotation, including block
format, changing quotes, and