Unless they are direct quotations by your sources, do not place quotation marks around phrases. • If the phrase is a direct quote, provide a page number in the citation. • If the phrase is a key term, set it in italics (APA 4.21). • If the phrase is a cliché or idiom, revise the sentence to more formal academic language.
As your blog hostess, I suppose I should tell you something you would not find on LinkedIn or a curriculum vita, so I shall. I am an animal lover, a semi-professional photographer, a seamstress, and a career student who just happens to have the most amazing teenage granddaughters ever born! My other business is a writing service for children: www.atlantapawpals.com
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