Answered By: Christine Anderton Last Updated: Mar 29, 2020 Views: 89
Quotations are the actual words of an author and should be in speech marks. Your citation should include a page number. Please see the below examples of how to cite a quotation from a book or an article.
Smyth (2014: 62) argues that ‘this is an extremely complex process and no one factor alone can provide a satisfactory explanation.’
It has been suggested that ‘this is an extremely complex process and no one factor alone can provide a satisfactory explanation’ (Smyth, 2014: 62).
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