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Assignment | Rhetorical Criticism Semester Project (Whalen): APA Format

Honors Speech | Prof. Sara Whalen (Fall 2021)

Online Journal Article with DOI

Aguilar, C. M., Morocco, C. C., Parker, C. E., & Zigmond, N. (2006). Middletown High School: Equal opportunity for academic achievement. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 21(3), 159-171. doi:10.1111/j.1540-5826.2006.00215.x

Bollingmo, G. C., Wessel, E. O., Eilertsen, D. E., & Magnussen, S. (2008). Credibility of the emotional witness: A study of ratings by police investigators. Psychology, Crime & Law, 14(1), 29-40. doi:10.1080/10683160701368412

Constanigro, M., McCluskey, J. J., & Mittelhammer, R.C. (2007). Segmenting the wine market based on price: Hedonic regression when different prices mean different products. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 58(3), 454-466. doi:10.1111/j.1477-9552.2007.00118.x

APA and PowerPoint

Oral Citation

As in writing, citations provide evidence supporting your statements, making you more credible. Oral citations give proof of well-researched content.
Cite your source whether you are quoting or paraphrasing: anything not original to you needs a citation!
Include your citation list at the end of your presentation (you may need multiple slides).
Give some variety to your oral citations: "According to...," " This is supported by...," "John Doe says...,"  "As Dr. Jones states in his paper...."

 

 

APA In-Text Citations

The sentence isn't over until you've included the citation: place one period to the right of the citation.

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