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Documentation Exercise
English 1301

Part I:When to Cite:
Answer the following questions about when to cite using the lecture information covered in class. 1. You summarize your uncle's account of life in a Vietnamese prison camp.

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2. You state that in the 1960's there was a great deal of opposition to the war.

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3. You narrate your observations from a visit you made to contemporary Vietnam.

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4. You read several articles and support your contention that Johnson should have pulled out of the war with opinions and information from these articles.

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5. To support your thesis statement, you use statistics from a Web page with no author. [pic]need to cite
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Part II: Paraphrases:
Decide if the following paraphrase is acceptable by comparing it to the original. Original:
In earlier times, surveillance was limited to information that a supervisor could observe and record firsthand. In the computer age, surveillance can be instantaneous, unblinking, cheap, and maybe most importantly, easy. “What Do Employees Think About Electronic Surveillance at Work?” by Carl Botan Paraphrase:

Carl Botan argues that in earlier times, monitoring of employees was restricted to information that a supervisor could observe firsthand. In the modern era, monitoring can be instantaneous and easy (126). Is the paraphrase acceptable? Why or why not?

Part III:Using your Writer’s Reference, create a Works Cited page and in-text citations in MLA format for the following sources. You may...
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