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Appendix L

Integrating Source Materials
Part 1: Example Passages

Example Passage 1

Integrate the quotation into the passage as if the passage is a sentence in your research paper. Include appropriate transitions as well as APA-formatted in-text citations and reference. Delete elements of the passage or quotation as needed.

Passage: Some might argue that traditional good looks are not an indication of a person’s real attractiveness.

Quotation: “The philosophical dimension of beauty does not depend on the limits of the physical world; true beauty far exceeds our earthly bounds.”

Reference: Roger McMichaels. A Deeper Look at Beauty. New York: Graymark, 1995. The quoted material is taken from page 22.

Integrated passage|
“The philosophical dimension might argue that traditional beauty does not depend or indicate a person real attractiveness and it does not depend on limits of the physical world; true beauty far exceeds our earthy bounds.” (McMicheals, Roger)|

Reference citation|
McMicheals, Roger. A Deeper look at Beauty. New York: Graymark, 1995. The quoted material is taken from page 22.|

Example Passage 2

Integrate this quotation into the passage in a different way than you integrated the first passage and quotation. Include appropriate transitions as well as APA-formatted in-text citations and reference. Delete elements of the passage or quotation as needed.

Passage: By examining beauty on a merely superficial level, some would argue that we miss out on the larger questions in life.

Quotation: “We must consider the intersection between perception and expectation: can what is there possibly be understood by what we see?”

Reference: Roger McMichaels. A Deeper Look at Beauty. New York: Graymark, 1995. The quoted material is taken from page 96.

Integrated passage|
By examining beauty on a merely superficial level, “We must consider the intersection between perception and expectation: can what is there possibly be understood by what we see?” Some could argue we miss out on the larger question in life. (McMicheals, Roger)|

Reference citation|
McMicheals, Roger. A Deeper look at Beauty. New York: Graymark, 1995. The quoted material is taken from page 96.|

Example Passage 3

Integrate this quotation into the passage in a different way than you integrated the other two passages. Include appropriate transitions as well as APA-formatted in-text citations and reference. Delete elements of the passage or quotation as needed.

Passage: It has been said that there are those who watch and those who act.

Quotation: “Involving our senses at every level, the re-perception of experiences can keep us from encountering physical phenomenon as they occur in time; in other words, watching what we do can sometimes prevent us from actually doing it."

Reference: Roger McMichaels. A Deeper Look at Beauty. New York: Graymark, 1995. The quoted material is taken from page 45.

Integrated passage|
It has been said that there are those who watch and those who act. “Involving our senses at every level, the re-perception of experiences can keep us from encountering physical phenomenon as they occur in time; in other words, watching what we can do sometimes prevents us from actually doing it.” (McMicheals, Roger)|

Reference citation|
McMicheals, Roger. A Deeper look at Beauty. New York: Graymark, 1995. The quoted material is taken from page 45.|

Part 2: Sources for Your Research Paper

Select two sources from your annotated bibliography that you did not use for the Week Three assignment.

Summarize and paraphrase the contents of the two sources, with the intention of using them in your rough draft. Include at least one direct quotation from each source, and include in-text citations for all sources to avoid potential plagiarism.

Identify how you plant to integrate these sources into your rough draft.

Source 1

Summary, with...
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