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Quotations always require the page number of the source. For non-paginated material, include the paragraph number when possible (Robinson, 1999, para. 7), or the abbreviation n.p. when not (Robinson, 1999, n.p.)
Short quotes (under 40 words): Short quotes should be placed within quotation marks in the body of your text.
Long quotes (over 40 words): Are not placed in quotation marks. Rather, they are set aside in block text using a five-space margin for every line.
Paraphrasing or summarizing: Do not require page numbers, but they are encouraged.
Standard format for an APA in-text citation:
(Author, Year, page number)
Example: (Hauser, 2014, p. 45)
Unknown or Organizations as Authors