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Citation is the act of identifying sources. Any time you use anyone else's thoughts or language in papers, projects, or reports, you must create a citation to credit that person's authorship.
When teachers ask you to write in APA Style, they are referring to the editorial style that many of the social and behavioral sciences have adopted to present written material in the field. 

Annotated Bibliography

An Annotated Bibliography is a list of books and/or articles on a particular subject, or used in the research for a work; or a list of all the books by a particular writer that includes an evaluation of the listed work. An annotated bibliography helps you write a well-supported paper.


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