FAQ Topic: Citing
Citing data isn’t too clear in the APA manual, so here are directions from the APA Style Blog! Reference Example w/ DOI: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Office of Applied Studies. (2013). Treatment episode data set — discharges (TEDS-D) — concatenated, … Continued
The general format is as follows: Author, A. A. [Screen name]. (year, month day). Title of video. [Video file]. Retrieved from http://xxxxx Sometimes you will not have an author, just a screen name and that’s fine. If that is the case then do not put the screen name in brackets and use that as the … Continued
Click “Print Results” within tutorial and type in your name. From your full results page (which should be in a browser) select your setting/preferences menu and select “Print”. Instead of sending your results to a printer, in the drop-down menu, choose Adobe PDF (for mac users, this will be at the bottom of the print … Continued
Ask a librarian! We are happy to help you track down a resource; we are pretty good at it too! Also, it doesn’t hurt to copy and paste a quote or sentence from the source you are trying to re-find into Google and see if your article (or book, etc.) will pop up. Google can … Continued
You should reference the original source, which in this case would be the book. It was not the website’s idea or creation (that quote) so you want to give proper credit to that original author.
You would cite the author or owner of the theory the same way you would any other source, with an in-text citation as well as a full bibliographic reference in your reference list/location.
This is something you will need to double check with BOTH of your professors. If they are both okay with you submitting the same paper, then you are fine. However, if you do not receive a response for approval, this is plagiarism.
Technically, yes but it happens. Even if you did not realize your plagiarizing you can still have some consequences.
As long as the source is cited correctly, you should be just fine. Please make sure that your citations and references are correct so you are giving proper credit.
No you do not need to cite every fact. Facts that are common knowledge, things that nearly everyone knows, you do not need to cite.