Published on May 21, by Shona McCombes. Quotation marks also known as speech marks, quotes or inverted commas are used to set off direct speech and quotations. In academic writing, you need to use quotation marks when you quote a source. This includes quotes from published works and primary data such as interviews.
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Learning how to cite an e-book is a lot less complicated than most people think, and with the new changes made to the 7th Edition of the Publication manual of the American Psychological Association , it has become even easier. In this educational guide, you will go through the basic steps of citing an e-book, as well as dive into similarities between referencing print books, e-books, audiobooks, and more. Along the way we will also point out changes to e-book referencing guidelines between the 6th and 7th edition of the Publication manual. The information used to make this guide came directly from the official Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association a , Chapter