Using Your Sources. Evaluating, Blending, and Citing. Points to Remember about Writing a Research Paper. Writing a research paper is not the same as writing a report . It focuses on one side or aspect only.
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You have to be careful with .com sites because they are commercial sites, which are easy for anyone to attain and use. This is when it is crucial to find qualifications for publishers and authors of sites.
REMEMBER: AUTHOR TRUMPS EVERYTHING!!! IF YOU HAVE AN AUTHOR, THEIR NAME IS MOST IMPORTANT! IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN AUTHOR, THEN USE THE TITLE AND PAGE NUMBER. (If it is not an internet source) NOTE, THE PAGE NUMBER IS NOT THE NUMBER OF PAGES IT TOOK TO PRINT YOUR SOURCE (1 OF 1 OR 2 OF 2!)
According to Elie Wiesel, author and founder of the Elie Wiesel Foundation, which is an organization seeking to combat injustice and indifference to others, “Oprah the public figure and Oprah the friend are one and the same person, helping the helpless and giving a voice to the voiceless.”
According to the website, “Oprah is a Role Model for Girls,” “by opening the school for girls in South Africa, she will be helping over 150 disadvantaged girls and giving the community a sign of hope they desperately need.”
When you state the author’s name this way (showing attribution), you do not need the in-text citation at the end because you have already given credit.