QA Compact: Quick Access - Using Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism (Ch. 32)
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Now’s the time to turn from researching to writing your research paper. You integrate suitable material into your paper by using QUOTATIONS (32h), PARAPHRASES (32i), and SUMMARIES (32j), while always being sure to avoid PLAGIARISM. Your SOURCE-BASED WRITING needs to be accurate, effective, and honest.
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