What are citations?• A citation is citing someone else’s words or ideas in your paper – you must give them credit by citing their work.• A citation can include: – a direct quote from someone else’s work – paraphrasing someone else’s work – using an idea from someone else’s work
Why do we use citations?• To avoid plagiarism - to give credit to someone else’s work• To give the reader somewhere to find more information about the ideas presented in your paper.
An internal citation contains:• Information about the – Author – Date of publication – Page
Citations and BibliographyThe reader can find more information about the citation in the bibliography, works cited or reference. Tune into the next online tutorial Introduction to Bibliographies to find out what’s in a bibliography.
BibliographyLiebert, R.M., Liebert, L. L., (1998). Liebert and Spiegler’s: Personality strategies and issues (8th edition). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company.Reiter, M.D., (2008). Therapeutic Interviewing: Essential skills and contexts of counseling. Boston,MA: Pearson.