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Question 1

When integrating a quotation into your argument paper, which of the following is not a correct approach:

Smith, however, disagrees. “It is indeed blanket decisions that will save lives until we
have more information” (2020, p. 37).

Most experts do feel that holistic medication has some benefits of varying degrees;
however, a few outliers hold the opinion that “all holistic medicines should be banned
pending further research and approvals” (Jones, 2020, p. 297).

Martinez goes on to assert: “We should never look at just one factor when making
blanket decisions about a field of medicine” (2019, p. 876).

In fact, according to Msuku (2018), “We are unaware of most of the communicable
diseases that will impact humanity in the next ten years” (p. 34).

Question 2

When paraphrasing a source in an argument paper, you should:

Change some of the words, use a good lead-in, and include the page number in the intext citation.

Use a good lead-in, completely rephrase the passage into your own wording, and
provide author and year in the lead-in or in-text following the paraphrase.

Use a good lead-in, completely rephrase the passage into your own wording, and use
only an end reference vs. in-text citation.

Just be sure to change the wording significantly; if you do this, you do not have to
introduce or cite the source.

Question 3

Which of the following is a correct use and APA in-text citation of a summary of a source?

Herman Bayo (2020) addresses the arguments against banning all holistic treatments,
examining several authors’ points on the topic.

Herman Bayo (2020) addresses “a range of valid points in opposition to a blanket ban
on holistic treatment” (Smith, 2019, p. 34).

In one example, Herman Bayo looks at the number of medical errors made by one
clinic in the 1990s (2020).

Herman Bayo addresses a range of valid points in opposition to a blanket ban on
holistic treatment; in fact, Bayo’s particular look at the relatively low danger of holistics
as compared to mainstream medicine is even more compelling than is Smith’s (2020).

Question 4

Which of the following is an incorrect use and APA in-text citation of a paraphrase of a source passage?

Angelico’s points seem to back these assumptions through the presentation of
examples like massage, proven herbal remedy, and acupuncture (2017).

Actually, many experts seem to back these assumptions through the presentation of
examples like massage, proven herbal remedy, and acupuncture (Angelico, 2017).

Angelico (2017) provides a number of examples like massage, proven herbal remedy,
and acupuncture.

Angelico’s exact words are: Numerous studies have proven that muscle therapy,
medicine from natural herbs, and other procedures like acupuncture are effective and
are widely respected and validated (2017, p. 3).

Question 5

An annotated bibliography is:

A list of sources you have found so far, all fully referenced in APA Style.

A paragraph explaining your approach to your research and your stance, followed by a
list of scholarly sources you plan to utilize.

A list of sources that includes, for each: a full and proper APA reference, followed by a
written discussion of the source’s contents and relevance to your essay.

A long list of your preliminary research with footnotes indicating which sources you will
find most helpful moving forward.

Question 6

Which of the following is not one of the criteria when using the CRAAP test for evaluating sources?

Relevance: Why is this source instrumental in building your argument powerfully?

Author: This speaks to ethos, or credibility. Who is the author? Why is this author a best
choice for authority?

Agreement: Does this source agree with me? If not, should I avoid even reading the
whole thing?

Purpose: Why was the work written? What are the contexts and driving forces behind
the author’s work? Who is the author trying to reach and why?

Question 7

What does “currency” mean when evaluating sources?

“Currency,” when referring to sources, means that the source is the most intriguing, the
source that will grab readers’ attention most powerfully, regardless of when it was
published.

“Currency” has its roots in the concept of trading items for a fair value; in argument,
therefore, it means trading ideas between our position, supporting sources, and
opposing sources.

“Currency” refers to how recently a source was published and to how current the ideas
in the source are regarding the topic being addressed; we evaluate a source for
currency by finding the most recent source,.

“Currency” has its roots in the concept of trading items for a fair value; in argument,
therefore, it means the value of a source’s content toward our argument.

Question 8

Which of the following is better directly quoted instead of paraphrased?

As Reminga notes, “We should spend plenty of time researching before deciding on a
family physician” (2019, p. 743).

Nevertheless, it is highly unlikely you will end up with an unqualified physician. As
Geoffrey Chaucer penned of the profession centuries ago and as still holds true, “The
lyf so short, the craft so longe to lerne” (ca. 1370, line 1).

Santera (2020) puts it best: “It costs very little, often nothing, to shop around for a
physician that best meets our needs” (p. 694).

According to Smith (2020), “Many people are shopping around for physicians these
days” (p. 64).

Question 9

Which is the proper system for pairing the in-text citations and references you use in a single essay?

Your references page should include an entry for each time you use a source. For
example, if you use the same article by Smith three times in your essay, then you
should list that same article by Smith three times in your references page.

Your references page should include only sources actually used and cited within your
essay; your reader should be able to find a source on your references page based on
the information you provide within your essay when introducing and citing your source.
For example, if your citation is (Smith, 2020), then the References entry for that source
should begin with Smith and should be placed in alphabetical order within the list.

Your references page should include all of the sources you read and considered while
planning and writing your essay, whether they are used and cited in-text in your essay
itself or not.

While your references page will include all of the proper APA information about a
source, the in-text citations should be much shorter and should include only the
author’s name, nothing else.

Question 10

Which of the following is an acceptable practice when using sources in a single essay?

You should never assume that your reader understands which source you are referring
to. You must be your reader’s guide; you must use a combination of your own voice and
careful, correct citation to introduce and document sources.

If your source does not have page numbers, which is sometimes the case even for
scholarly articles, then you are not required to provide any information in your in-text
citation beyond the author’s name and year when quoting directly from the article.

Once you have used a source in your essay, quoting or paraphrasing, it becomes
common knowledge and need not be cited in-text again. For example, if you use and
cite a source on page 2 of your essay, you do not need to cite it in-text when you use it
again on page 4.

When quoting or paraphrasing, as long as you make it clear that you are “passing the
microphone” to a source by using signal phrases and transitional phrasing to indicate
that you are no longer speaking, you have met the minimum requirement for avoiding
plagiarism.

 

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