Feb 26, 2020

Cite Quotes in APA

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#*URL (if it is a website) or DOI number (if it is a peer-reviewed journal article)
 
#*URL (if it is a website) or DOI number (if it is a peer-reviewed journal article)
 
===Formatting a Long Quote===
 
===Formatting a Long Quote===
#Put the quote on a new line if it is over 40 words long. Introduce the quote normally in your paragraph with a signal phrase. End the signal phrase with a colon and start the block quote on a new line. Your signal phrase may look like:<Ref>http://guides.libraries.psu.edu/apaquickguide/intext</ref>[[Image:Cite Quotes in APA Step 10.jpg|center]]
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#Put the quote on a new line if it is over 40 words long. Introduce the quote normally in your paragraph with a signal phrase. End the signal phrase with a colon and start the [[Do Block Quotes in APA|block quote]] on a new line. Your signal phrase may look like:<Ref>http://guides.libraries.psu.edu/apaquickguide/intext</ref>[[Image:Cite Quotes in APA Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
#*When discussing the effect of pet ownership on humans, Smith asserts:  
 
#*When discussing the effect of pet ownership on humans, Smith asserts:  
 
#*The American Red Cross uses their annual report to call for more donations. In 2016, they said:  
 
#*The American Red Cross uses their annual report to call for more donations. In 2016, they said:  


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