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APA References Example

From my dissertation draft, various APA documents in references, which follow your paper or outline. Remember that you must also use APA format specific to showing where references are used inside the outline. Books, abstracts, academic journals, video, interviews, all sources are shown differently in a specific format for the document. See all APA help in the right hand column of this blog and/or use the services of the Writing Center and Communication Lab at your campus for assistance.

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Broun, A.R., Puriefoy, W.D., Richard, E. (2006). Public engagement in school reform:
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Jordan, J. (1998). Critical issue: Construing school partnerships with family &

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Lauer, P. A., Akiba, M., Wilkerson, S. B., Apthorp, H. S., Snow, D., & Martin-Glenn, M. L.

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Little, P.M. (2009). Supporting student outcomes through expanded learning
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