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APA Citation Style. Seneca Libraries Winter 2013. APA Citation Style Academic Honesty. Academic Honesty. Academic honesty means that all Seneca College persons will conduct themselves in an honest and trustworthy manner in all aspects of their academic career.. What is plagiarism?. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Seneca LibrariesWinter 20131APA Citation StyleAcademic Honesty2Academic HonestyAcademic honesty means that all Seneca College persons will conduct themselves in an honest and trustworthy manner in all aspects of their academic career.

3What is plagiarism?Plagiarize:to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's own:use (another's production) without crediting the source

You must give credit whenever you use another person's work.Seneca@York Library(c) 2006 Brake5

wordsCreative Commons License: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gadl/91682524/Seneca@York Library(c) 2006 Brake6

ideasCreative Commons License: http://www.flickr.com/photos/imh/3297961043Seneca@York Library(c) 2006 Brake7

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CITE12APA Citation StyleResources13American Psychological AssociationPublication Manual, 6th editionA guide to

citing sourcesformatting research papers

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Seneca LibrariesGuide to Research & Citation15

APA Citation StyleIn-text Citations20

Others warn against the dangers of an industry with far fewer checks and balances than are found in mainstream medicine (Jones, 2009, p. 93).In-text citations21

Jones, M. (2009). Alternative medicine: New

development. Naturopathy Today, 40(2), 93-97.References List22Remember This Rule!

IN-TEXT CITATION

REFERENCESRemember this rule:If its in your paper, its on your reference list.If its on your reference list its in your paper.

23Remember This Rule!

IN-TEXT CITATION

REFERENCESRemember this rule:If its in your paper, its on your reference list.If its on your reference list its in your paper.

24APA Citation StyleReference List ExamplesJournal article from a database25

TITLE: A patient with REM reboundAUTHOR: Black SD and Avery S.

JOURNAL: Journal of Sleep StudiesPUBLICATION : Volume 5, Issue 4PAGES:38-42PUBLICATION DATE: 2009

DATABASE: OVIDJournal Article from a Database26

Sleep deprived patients who experience NREM sleep are likely to sleep for longer than normal when they next fall asleep.Journal Article from a Database27The study argues that sleep deprived patients who experience NREM are likely to sleep for longer than normal when they next fall asleep (Black & Avery, 2009, p. 4853).In-text Citation28Black, S.D., & Avery, S. (2009). A patient with REM rebound. Journal of Sleep Studies,5(7), 38-42. Retrieved from OVID database. Reference List Entry29APA Citation Style Reference List ExamplesSecondary source30Secondary Sources

Quote from a different article.Primary article by Black & Avery.31Quotation within Primary Article

Quote from a different article.A sleep deprived person will not cycle through sleep patterns as will a well rested person (Carter & Rogers, 2007, p. 35).32Carter and Rogers argue that a sleep deprived person will not cycle through sleep patterns as will a well rested person (as cited in Black & Avery, 2009, p. 4853).In-text Citation33Black, S.D., & Avery, S. (2009). A patient withREM rebound. Journal of Sleep Studies, 5(7), 38-42. Retrieved from OVID database. Reference List Entry34APA Citation StyleReference List ExamplesTextbook35Reference entry:Author's Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial if Given. (Year of Publication).Title of book: Subtitle if given(edition if givenandis not first edition).Publication City, Province, State or Country: Publisher Name often shortened.

Stuart, C. (2009). Foundations of child and youth care (3rd ed.). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.In-text citation:Paraphrase: (Stuart, 2009)Direct Quote: (Stuart, 2009, p. 35)Textbook36APA Citation StyleReference List ExamplesDocument from the Internet37

38Reference entry:Canadian International Development Agency. (2010). Securing the future of children and youth. Retrieved September 24, 2010, from http://www.acdi-cida.gc.ca/acdi-cida/ACDI-CIDA.nsf/eng/FRA-1015151610-QLNDocument from the Internet39In-text citation:

Paraphrase: (Canadian International Development Agency, 2010)

Direct Quote:

(Canadian International Development Agency, 2010, para. 4)

Document from the Internet40APA Citation StyleReference List ExamplesDocument from the Internet with duplicate authors and years41Reference entry:Canadian International Development Agency. (2010a). Securing the future of children and youth. Retrieved September 24, 2010, from http://www.acdi-cida.gc.ca/acdi-cida/ACDI-CIDA.nsf/eng/FRA-1015151610-QLNCanadian International Development Agency. (2010b). Millennium development goals. Retrieved September 24, 2010, from http://www.acdi-cida.gc.ca/acdi-cida/ACDI-CIDA.nsf/eng/JUD-13173118-GPM

42Reference entry:Canadian International Development Agency. (2010a). Securing the future of children and youth. Retrieved September 24, 2010, from http://www.acdi-cida.gc.ca/acdi-cida/ACDI-CIDA.nsf/eng/FRA-1015151610-QLNCanadian International Development Agency. (2010b). Millennium development goals. Retrieved September 24, 2010, from http://www.acdi-cida.gc.ca/acdi-cida/ACDI-CIDA.nsf/eng/JUD-13173118-GPM

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(Canadian International Development Agency, 2010a)

(Canadian International Development Agency, 2010b)Documents from the Internet with duplicate authors & years44

APA Publication Manual, 6th editionGeneral Structure and StyleReference List Entries47

Reference List EntriesWhat is this DOI thing?48

TITLE: A patient with REM reboundAUTHOR: Black SD and Avery S.

JOURNAL: Journal of Sleep StudiesPUBLICATION : Volume 5, Issue 4PAGES:38-42PUBLICATION DATE: 2009

DATABASE: OVIDDOI: 10.1021/ja9944889Tranter, K., & Statham, B. C. (2007). Echo and mirror: Clone hysteria, genetic determinism and Star Trek Nemesis.Law, Culture and the Humanities, 3(3), 361-380. doi:10.1177/1743872107081425

Journal Articlesdatabase/print articles with DOIDOI PROVIDED6th edition (6.31, page 187-188 | 6.32, page 191-192): Always include journal article DOIs (both print and online)

5th: Include DOIs for online articles only (5.5)

REASON: We knew this was coming. The supplement was only for electronic sources, so could not make rules for print articles.50

Journal Articlesdatabase article without a DOIDe Muro, P., & Gabrysch, L. (2007). A survey of new developments in tax-exemption law: What compliance officers need to know. Journal of Health Care Compliance, 9(6), 15-61. Retrieved from Business Source Premier database.

DATABASE NAMED

Seneca Libraries: When there is no DOI, Seneca Libraries suggests that the database name be used.

Students are writing research papers for academic purposes and submission, which is different than researchers submitting for publication. Therefore, noting the database makes sense in our environment. Many academic libraries make this same recommendation.

52Retrieval Dates6th EDITIONShanker, T. (2006, March 22). No breach seen in work in Iraq on propoganda. New York Times. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com/po litics.html

Do you want to know when I got this information?6th edition (6.32, page 192): Do not include retrieval dates unless the material may change over time (i.e. a Wiki).

53Publication Information6th EDITIONNew York, NY: McGraw Hill

Toronto, ON: Mosby Elsevier

London, England: Taylor & Francis

How important is geography?6th edition (6.30, pages 186-187) Deletion of major city rule- must always provide state or country.For locations in the US the City and State should be given, For locations in Canada the City and Province should be given (as we are in Canada) and for all other locations the City and Country should be given no exception for well known publishing cities

5th: Major cities known for publishing do not need state or country (p. 217)54Reference ListNINE rules for your reference list:55

Reference ListStart a new page for your reference list. Centre the title, References, at the top of the page.56Reference List1. Start a new page for your reference list. Centre the title, References, at the top of the page.

2. Double space the list.

57Reference List3. Start the first line of each reference at the left margin; indent each subsequent line five spaces

58Reference List4. Put your list in alphabetical order

5. For each author, give the last name followed by a comma and the first (and middle) initials followed by periods.

59Reference List6. Put a period after the author, publication date, the title, and the facts of publication.

7. Italicize the titles of works: books, audiovisual material, Web sites, journals, and newspapers.

Do not italicize titles of parts of works, for example: titles of articles from journals.

60Reference List8. In titles of nonperiodicals (books, videotapes, web sites, etc.) capitalize only the first letter of the first word of a title and subtitle, and all proper nouns.

61Reference List9. Consider titles of journals to be proper names and capitalize all important words within the title.

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