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Direct quotation = using exact words
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Use quotation marks for short quotes; block text for long quotes
Direct quotation =
using exact words
When you quote:
Know why –
Be clear about your purpose: will
you use the quote as support
, or will you critique its ideas?
– Keep your quotes to less than 10% of your word count. Only choose quotes that do or say exactly what you wish to express.
– Introduce quotes and follow them up with a discussion.
marks for short quotes
block text for long quotes
– Enclose short quotes in quotation marks. Set
off long quotes in block text
, without quotation marks.
Include page numbers
, using the required citation style.
significantly rewording ideas
To paraphrase (not plagiarise):
Know why –
Be clear about your purpose: will it help develop your ideas?
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