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Satoshi S.

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How could I write in-text reference correctly?

Here is my Academic Writing Class question about in-text reference.↓

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Based on the following paragraph, compose a text in which you combine a paraphrase with a quote. Add a correct in-text reference!

In our research work, results demonstrate that academic interaction with teachers and peers have a significant effect on the academic performance of them. We can also conclude from descriptive statistics that students must improve their Study Habits especially give proper time to study per day and revise the lecture notes daily. The present results are supported by the earlier findings by Aluja and Blanch (2004). Moreover; the findings of our research work brings to a close that the better study habits, the higher the academic interaction which ultimately lead to higher academic performance.

The paragraph is from page 262 in the article "A STUDY ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS". The article was published in 2011 and the authors are Erum Shahzadi and Zahoor Ahmad.

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Satoshi S.

Thank you Peter, If you don't mind, could you add whole sentences that you can compose including a paraphrase with a quote for the further and deeper understanding.
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Peter F.

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You're welcome, Satoshi. Are you asking me to create my own original whole sentences including a paraphrase with a quote, or to rewrite the full sentences that I quoted in brief from your Academic Class Question?
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Satoshi S.

Thanks for your reply, in this case, I would like you to have your own ORIGINAL one including a paraphrase with a quote as an instance. I want to compare it with my own answer.
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Peter F.

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Ok. Here is an original example: "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated by James Earl Ray on April 4, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee." (Felton, 2020, p.88) "Two months later on June 5, 1968, Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated by Sirhan Sirhan in Los Angeles, California." (Felton, 2020, p.89)
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Satoshi S.

Well, maybe I misunderstood your question, I truly want to what if you are straightforward to answer the original question, how it would look like? That is what I want to know, otherwise, how can I compare with my original answer? My apologies a lot of works, thank you very much. The secound one was that I was lokking for (to rewrite the full sentences that I quoted in brief from your Academic Class Question?) I am very sorry.
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Peter F.

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The description I provided in my original response to your original question is how you should cite your in-text reference. Put the author's last name, followed by the year when their written work was published, and the page number at the end--all inside one pair of parentheses. The sentence at the end saying "This article was published in 2011..." is basically a longer way of citing the reference, and it is outside of the original text as opposed to being right after it in writing. Does that make better sense overall?
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Satoshi S.

ok, now I see better. thank you
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Satoshi S.

I tried to write the answer, I hope you to check that I get your description 100%. Here is my answer ↓ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Research of Shahzadi and Ahmad' s "A STUDY ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS" mentions that the influence of mates eating with the teacher has a great influence on the student's academic performance. In particular, you can conclude that you need to give a reasonable amount of time per day learning and modify the lecture notes daily, furthermore, better learning habits bring closer to higher academic interactions that lead to higher academic performance. (Shahzadi & Ahmad, 2011, p. 262)
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