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In-Text Citation

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What is citation?
A "citation" is the way you tell your readers that certain material in your work came from another source. It also gives your readers the information necessary to find that source again (plagiarism.org).
Why use citation?
Giving credit to the original author by citing sources is the only way to use other people's work without plagiarizing. But there are a number of other reasons to cite sources:


When do you
use citation?





How to Use Citation in Your Writing
Quoting vs. Paraphrasing
Introduce:

Advertising can play a very serious role in the lives of youth by affecting their health. According to the article "Marketing to kids gets more savvy with new technologies", "Because of the obesity, heart disease and food-related illnesses fed partly by savvy food marketers such as McDonald's...We have a generation of children that is the first to have a life expectancy less than its parents" (Horovitz 3). Ads that target children and encourage them to eat more fast food are causing children to develop health problems that they may not have had before they saw these advertisements. The role that these kinds of advertisements play in the lives of children is a dangerous and unhealthy one.
Cite:
Advertising can play a very serious role in the lives of youth by affecting their health. According to the article "Marketing to kids gets more savvy with new technologies", "Because of the obesity, heart disease and food-related illnesses fed partly by savvy food marketers such as McDonald's...We have a generation of children that is the first to have a life expectancy less than its parents" (Horovitz 3). Ads that target children and encourage them to eat more fast food are causing children to develop health problems that they may not have had before they saw these advertisements. The role that these kinds of advertisements play in the lives of children is a dangerous and unhealthy one.
Explain
Advertising can play a very serious role in the lives of youth by affecting their health. According to the article "Marketing to kids gets more savvy with new technologies", "Because of the obesity, heart disease and food-related illnesses fed partly by savvy food marketers such as McDonald's...We have a generation of children that is the first to have a life expectancy less than its parents" (Horovitz 3). Ads that target children and encourage them to eat more fast food are causing children to develop health problems that they may not have had before they saw these advertisements. The role that these kinds of advertisements play in the lives of children is a dangerous and unhealthy one.
GOAL!
In-Text Citation
MLA Style
1. Citations are extremely helpful to anyone who wants to find out more about your ideas and where they came from
2. Citing sources shows the amount of research you've done
3. Citing sources strengthens your work by lending outside support to your ideas
(plagiarism.org)
I.C.E.
Using a signal phrase helps introduce your expert material into your
sentences and paragraphs in a smooth and coherent way.
Introduce
Citing your sources means that you have given credit to the original author or agency that wrote the material.

If in doubt, cite it.
Where do you think you would find a citation?
Cite
Explain your quotation.
Tell your readers what the quotation/fact/data means with regard to your topic and how they relate to your thesis statement.
Explain
I. Introduce
C. Cite
E. Explain
Paraphrasing: To paraphrase is to include the ideas or information from an original source in your paper by rephrasing those ideas or information in your own words.
The key to successful paraphrasing is to use as few words as possible from the original text--be mindful not to change the meaning that you are trying to convey as you rephrase--and to cite your paraphrase.

Paraphrasing
Quoting
Quoting: To quote is to include the identical wording from the original source in your paper. Quoted material in your paper is distinguished from your own words by the use of " " In addition to quotation marks, all quoted material should also be cited using in-text citation.
There are two main ways you can use information
from sources in your writing besides coming up with
ideas that are entirely your own.
Example:


Children tend to be affected by the marketing that fast food companies direct towards them. This leads to them eating more fast food and developing diseases that shorten their lives. Today's youth will live shorter lives than their parents did (Horovitz 3).

Example:
According to the article "Marketing to kids gets more savvy with new technologies", "Because of the obesity, heart disease and food-related illnesses fed partly by savvy food marketers such as McDonald's...We have a generation of children that is the first to have a life expectancy less than its parents" (Horovitz 3).
Other Introductory Phrases:
Horovitz states that....
Horovitz argues that...
As the article "Marketing to kids gets more savvy with new technologies" states....
Horovitz believes...

Advertising can play a very serious role in the lives of youth by affecting their health.
According to the article "Marketing to kids gets more savvy with new technologies"
, "Because of the obesity, heart disease and food-related illnesses fed partly by savvy food marketers such as McDonald's...We have a generation of children that is the first to have a life expectancy less than its parents" (Horovitz 3). Ads that target children and encourage them to eat more fast food are causing children to develop health problems that they may not have had before they saw these advertisements. The role that these kinds of advertisements play in the lives of children is a dangerous and unhealthy one.
Advertising can play a very serious role in the lives of youth by affecting their health. According to the article "Marketing to kids gets more savvy with new technologies", "Because of the obesity, heart disease and food-related illnesses fed partly by savvy food marketers such as McDonald's...We have a generation of children that is the first to have a life expectancy less than its parents"
(Horovitz 3)
. Ads that target children and encourage them to eat more fast food are causing children to develop health problems that they may not have had before they saw these advertisements. The role that these kinds of advertisements play in the lives of children is a dangerous and unhealthy one.
Advertising can play a very serious role in the lives of youth by affecting their health. According to the article "Marketing to kids gets more savvy with new technologies", "Because of the obesity, heart disease and food-related illnesses fed partly by savvy food marketers such as McDonald's...We have a generation of children that is the first to have a life expectancy less than its parents" (Horovitz 3).
Ads that target children and encourage them to eat more fast food are causing children to develop health problems that they may not have had before they saw these advertisements.
The role that these kinds of advertisements play in the lives of children is a dangerous and unhealthy one.
Embedded Assessment 2
Your embedded assessment is to write an argumentative essay in which you decide whether advertising affects kids positively or negatively. For your essay, you may use as sources the articles in this unit and at least one additional informational text that you have researched. Be sure to address the counterargument within your essay.
MLA
Stands for Modern Language Association.
Different styles for different kinds of papers.


Different information is needed based on what kinds of sources you are using:

Electronic source, no page numbers. Electronic source, page numbers
(Author). (Author page#).

Book Title
"Quote" (Author's Last Name page#).
http://content.easybib.com/citation-guides/mla-format/how-to-cite-a-parenthetical-citations-mla/
Where do you find an introduction?
Where would the explanation go in a paragraph?

Advertising can play a very serious role in the lives of youth by affecting their health. According to the article "Marketing to kids gets more savvy with new technologies", "Because of the obesity, heart disease and food-related illnesses fed partly by savvy food marketers such as McDonald's...We have a generation of children that is the first to have a life expectancy less than its parents" (Horovitz 3). Ads that target children and encourage them to eat more fast food are causing children to develop health problems that they may not have had before they saw these advertisements. The role that these kinds of advertisements play in the lives of children is a dangerous and unhealthy one.
Find the quote
Circle it:

Advertising can play a very serious role in the lives of youth by affecting their health. According to the article "Marketing to kids gets more savvy with new technologies",
"Because of the obesity, heart disease and food-related illnesses fed partly by savvy food marketers such as McDonald's...We have a generation of children that is the first to have a life expectancy less than its parents"
(Horovitz 3). Ads that target children and encourage them to eat more fast food are causing children to develop health problems that they may not have had before they saw these advertisements. The role that these kinds of advertisements play in the lives of children is a dangerous and unhealthy one.
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