vheah
  • vheah
I'm writing a research paper over something I have no idea about and I'm basically summarizing what is written on the site to keep myself form plagiarizing. If i were to do a parenthetical citation, how would i tie that in to represent that all the information in that one paragraph comes from that one website?
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
At the very end of the last sentence of your paragraph, right before the last period, cite the last name of the main author who wrote the article in parentheses. For example, "........(Locke)."
anonymous
  • anonymous
Also @vheah, you should really consider gathering more sources than that. without consulting other equally thought-out perspectives, how will you able to deliver well-digested information? Note: You're only plagiarizing when you neglect to credit the author who digested the information in the first place.
vheah
  • vheah
Unfortunately there are no authors since i'm getting this from the company's site that i am writing about. Is it possible that i just get the title and put it in the parentheses? I do have other sources btw. I have like 12 of them lol. I'm jst referring to this one specific paragraph.

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vheah
  • vheah
@Cardinal_Carlo
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ah, I see that I spoke to soon. Well, my apologies. In that case, you should use the name of the company you're referencing to instead. That would be more appropriate. For example, ".....(Amazon)."
vheah
  • vheah
It's perfectly fine. Thank you. I really appreciate it! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
You're welcome

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