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References are put at the end of the document (on a blank page). An in-text citation is put at the end of the information you have paraphrased. An in-text citation (when used in paraphrased content) includes the last name of the author(s) and the copyright date. When quoting, the copyright date (in parenthesis) should go after the person(s) who said it, mentioned in the sentence and the page number (in parenthesis) should go after the quote. Something that is quoted needs to have " at the beginning and " at the end.


yes somthing that is quoted this " should go at the end or the beginning

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