• anonymous
When citing in APA format... I am writing a summary of a government document. There is only one reference for this summary, but there will be several paragraphs. Do I cite this one resource at the end of each paragraph or only at the end of the entire summary?
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  • anonymous
It would seem that as long as you state in the beginning what it is / what the source is then you shouldn't have to keep citing it over and over. However, if you make a quote of any kind you would need to cite that individually.

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