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AJS 212 - East - Juvenile Justice Procedures: Welcome

When & How to Cite

You must document - cite - the source whenever you directly quote or paraphrase another's idea.

Directly after you quote or write about the idea, identify your source parenthetically; usually with the author's last name, the year of the work, and page number:
(Jones, 2004, p.102) .

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