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Rule 1: Placement if a quote The parentheses are placed at the end of a sentence, between the last word and the period. If you are quoting material directly, the parentheses should go between the closing quotation mark and the period: “The chicken came before the egg” (Calabretta 12).

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Rule 1: Placement if a quote

The parentheses are placed at the end of a sentence, between the last word and the period. If you are quoting material directly, the parentheses should go between the closing quotation mark and the period:

“The chicken came before the egg” (Calabretta 12).

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Rule 2: Placement if you paraphrase

The parentheses are placed at the end of a sentence, between the last word and the period. :

The chicken came before the egg (Calabretta 12).

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Rule 3

IF it is on your works cited page, there must be at least one reference to that source in the text of your paper

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Rule 4

If you cite a work in the text of your paper, it MUST be in your works cited page

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A parenthetical reference to a Book might look like this:

...the end of your sentence (Calabretta 25).

Don’t forget the page number

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A parenthetical reference to a Database might look like this:

. . . end of the sentence (“Adolecent Drivers”).

OR

. . .end of sentence (Calabretta).

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A parenthetical reference to a Website might look like this:

. . . end of the sentence (“Title of Webpage”).

OR

. . .end of sentence (Calabretta).

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