how to reference quotes
Do not confuse quotations with citations. A citation is the practice of referring to the work of other authors in the text of your assignments.
Treatments for cancer “can disrupt economic, social and sexual functioning and frequently cause anxiety and depression, thus diminishing quality of life” (Fallowfield, 1990, p.92).
On your references page, you will only list the source you actually read: in this case, Chan.
You will need to give credit to both the original source and the source you actually used. For example, if you read Chan’s book (published in 2002) and wanted to quote or paraphrase Chan’s quotation of Nguyen (who published her work in 1999), your in-text citation will look like this:
Smith and Tennant, authors of the article, “Time travel paradoxes in modern films,” observed .
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