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    Initial database searches provided 181,642 citations. Then 80,635 duplicated citations were removed; then identified titles and abstracts of 62 unique citations. However, not all of the 62 citations are intricately related to the preference topic, some of the 62 citations depend on broad relevance to the topic area. Therefore, the 62 abstracts went through a second round of scrutiny against the inclusion criteria, and based on full-text review 30 articles were selected. Following further investigation, 13 study protocols were excluded because they did not meet the inclusion criteria, while 3 articles were added as a result of matching inclusion criteria. The final set of 20 studies included. Women who are suffering from domestic violence…

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    Citations are used in a written publication to highlight source material within a person’s original work, to give credit to the original author, and to support an idea or an argument. Any person using outside sources within a written publication becomes responsible for including proper citations within that publication. If a person chooses to use an APA style, they must know how to incorporate source material into a written publication and know how to format in-text citations and references. A…

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    for that said assignment. I am still suffering the consequences of my actions. My research paper will be about preventing plagiarism and showing that I can properly cite, use in text citations, and use direct quotes, and use a reference page. Plagiarism is a serious offense that has very negative consequences for the student and everyone else involved. The first type of feelings I experienced was feeling like a criminal and being scared. I was not trying to plagiarize, but but by not citing…

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    How To Write A MLA Paper

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    Make sure to ask your instructor what he/she prefers since some instructors prefer that you single-space each citation but double-space between citations (McGonagal, MLA Style 55). Your works cited page should have the same header as the rest of your paper and have the title “Works Cited” centered on the first line. Each citation begins at the left margin with subsequent lines indented five spaces. This is called a “hanging indent.” All citations should be arranged alphabetically by their first…

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    APA Style Analysis

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    institutional affiliation centered in the middle of the page, with the running header in the top left and the page number 1 in the top right (Paiz General). The title page is always the first page of the writing and is followed by the abstract page. The abstract is a brief summary of the significant points of the study being described in the paper. It has the same header as the other pages of the paper and is introduced simply with the word “Abstract”. The margins are set at 1 inch on all sides…

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    on sentences. After the grammatical errors were corrected, then I checked for places that I could elaborate more. So, using the tips that were received from my first assignment and techniques we discussed in class I was able to improve my research paper and my writing skills altogether. Throughout my high school years, I never knew how to do citations correctly. While completing the argument about plagiarism assignment, I learned how to do this. We were told we have to use a certain number of…

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    APA Reflective Essay

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    outside of class in preparation for the tests and assignments. In fact, each class serves a purpose and teaches a lesson or two about a topic or a section that may be beneficial and advantageous later-on. As for my English course, I have acquired many skills and lessons this semester that will give me a hint of success in my future professional life. One lesson that has stuck out to me is APA writing style. Three things that I have learned from this lesson are the general APA guidelines,…

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    Rainforestrictive Essay

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    To parenthetically cite the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition, one would format the citation as such (American Psychiatric Association, 2013). 16. An author should use “that” in a restrictive clause, while the word “which” should be used in a nonrestrictive clause. A restrictive clause can be identified in a statement when the identity of the subject is limited. In contrast, a nonrestrictive clause does not define the subject, but does provide an interesting…

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    Plagiarism Definition

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    instances allow for the changing of quoted information, such as the capitalization of a letter or providing punctuation to allow for better grammar, but the instances must be indicated through citation. B. Improper Use: Quoting material without providing it inside of quotation marks and proper citation is an obvious infraction in academic writing, but a student can unintentionally plagiarize in a number of ways. Though longer quotations are more easily identified when proofreading…

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    Common Writing Style

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    Q. What are the most common writing styles used when writing an essay, and how do they differ from one another? When incorporating them into your essay, what is required for proper citation; as well as why it’s so important to use correct citing sources. What consequence could one possible face when proper citation is not followed? As we are all aware writers use many different writing techniques and formats while engaging in their writing styles. The most known and common are as follows:…

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