Finding Scholarly Articles
Opposing Viewpoints does not always have scholarly sources availalbe, but it can help you find your controversial topic, and from there, you can use Proquest Research Library to find a scholarly article on the topic.
In Text Citations:
- OWL at Purdue: In-Text Citations: The Basics
- OWL at Purdue: Using In-text Citations Guide
- The Quote Sandwich from DeAnza College
- Words that Introduce Quotes or Paraphrases from Gallaudet
- Suggested Ways to Introduce Quotations from Columbia College
- Writing with Templates from UDC Academic Support Center
Sample APA Papers:
- Sample APA Paper from OWL at Purdue (with annotations)
- Sample APA Paper from APA Style (with annotations)
- Sample APA Paper from Illinois State University (without annotations, but text provides explanations)
In text citation examples (with annotations)
- This document contains examples of ways you can use information from a source with comments
Excerpt from a scholarly article.
Similar to the examples found in "In text Citation Examples," wite a sentence (or two) summarizing, paraphrasing, or quoting the excerpt.
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- We will be using these paraphraphs taken from a scholarly article to analyze for different ways they have used source material
As you read the paragraphs, look for:
- Citations without quotations
- Citations without the author’s name (because name is mentioned in the text)
- Citations with one author
- Citations with two authors
- Organizational Author
- Citation that lists multiple sources
- Brackets and ellipses – you can make the text work for you.
- Commentary from the article author/authorial assertions
How well do you think the author used evidence to support their argument?
This document contains flawed citations.
To check to see if you found them all, look at the key.