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Paraphrasing is done when one restates or retells the words or writing of another person without using the exact words the original author used
Students must indicate throughout their papers when they are restating the words/writing of a journal article
Example of Paraphrasing:
Hitchcock states that group and personal drive are the result of management's skill to inspire workers to complete the desired performance or targets (2017).
Consider Using a Thesaurus to help you when you are trying to paraphrase!
How is Paraphrasing different from Quoting?
Quoting is done when one uses the exact words of an author and quotation marks must be used. If you do not paraphrase and need to use the EXACT words, you must quote - Example of A Quote:
Htichcock states that "collective and individual motivations are two outcomes of the leadership’s ability to motivate individuals and collectives to perform and accomplish goals" (2017, p. 30).
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