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kumar2006

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Which citation for a direct quotation is correct? (Points : 1) ”The Victorians and Edwardians organized balls, dinners, afternoon teas, country walks, and the like to help their younger members find mates” (Cohen, para. 12). ”The Victorians and Edwardians organized balls, dinners, afternoon teas, country walks, and the like to help their younger members find mates” (Cohen, 2011, para. 12). ”The Victorians and Edwardians organized balls, dinners, afternoon teas, country walks, and the like to help their younger members find mates” (para. 12, Cohen).

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  1. jagatuba
    • 4 years ago
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    In APA format a proper in-text citation for a direct quote is in the form (Author, Date, para. or p. or p.p. #) The exception to this is if you use a signal phrase. In that case you only need the location of the quote because you have already mentioned the author and date in your signal phrase. Example: According to Cohen (2011), ”The Victorians and Edwardians organized balls, dinners, afternoon teas, country walks, and the like to help their younger members find mates” (para. 12).

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