Listing the Work of Others
• Paraphrasing the Work of Others
Paraphrasing the work of another person or putting their theories or ideas in your words and in your own style must be cited. e.g. The original:
Enormous harm had been done to America, and the country was grieving. Many Americans were angry and vengeful. Details are provided by 论文代写 !
The paraphrased version:
America had suffered greatly and was damaged and sorrowful. A great number of the people wanted revenge. (Poole and Richardson, 2006, p. 126)
• Listing the Work of Others
This is a straight forward list of studies/reports/research in a particular subject field. e.g. Further studies which have pursued the issue of women’s language or powerless language are Leet-Pellegrini (1980), Beattie (1981) and Woods (1989).
There are two types of quotation you can use when writing your assignment, essay or dissertation – the direct or indirect quote. The direct quote is where you use the author’s own words directly as it was written in the original work. Sometimes, you do not want to use direct quotations i.e. the exact words of the author, but you can still make reference to what they have written; this is indirect quotation. Direct quotes are also treated differently in the text depending on whether they are long or short.
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