Quoting an online source


Is the following not correct when citing a quote from an online source?

This assessment correlates with Dr. Drenth’s article about INFJ types where he states, “It is difficult to broadly classify INFJs as either right-brained or left-brained since they utilize both sides of the brain with equal adeptness". INFJ. Retrieved March 12, 2012, from http://personalityjunkie.com/the-infj/

asked Mar 25 '12 at 02:49 flaca5898 New member

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What you could do instead is have a separate footnotes section and use superscript to direct others to it.  That way, you quote them in the text, but have the references at the end of the article.  Inline references may throw the scanner.

link comment answered Mar 25 '12 at 15:31 Courtney Contributor

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