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Drama and Dance: Citing Your Sources

This guide will lead you to research materials in the areas of Drama and Dance

Print Citation Sources

Why Do We Cite?

In the academic world you are expected to cite all sources that you use. Books, journal articles, newspaper articles, images, websites and videos all must be cited in the proper style.

Why is it necessary to cite?

• Citing makes it possible for your readers to locate your source.

• By citing, you provide evidence for your arguments.

• It is ethically correct to give credit to authors whose original ideas you use.

• Citing lends authority to the information you present.

• And, of course, by citing the words and ideas of others you will avoid plagiarizing.

 

Avoiding Plagiarism

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