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FROM ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION:
- List any source of information used for your essay other than your original thought (including course readings) as an American Sociological Association (ASA) style reference with corresponding ASA in-text citations.
- Do not include DOIs.
- Place in-text citations inside of the sentence and before the period.
- Avoid quoting articles or other sources – instead paraphrase or summarize using your own words and cite the source.
Avoiding Plagiarism Playlist
Citing made WAY easy
- If you are working on group projects/papers or working with a faculty member on their research, you can create group libraries in Zotero to easily collaborate on compiling research resources.
PDFs from the GSU Writing Studio
Examples of Citing, Direct Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Integrating Your Own Words/Voice