Q. How do I quote different sources in the same sentence?
What is synthesis? How do I synthesize information?
Synthesizing is the use of multiple sources in one paraphrased sentence or paragraph to make a strong point.
If you paraphrase multiple sources in the same sentence, you should include each source in the citation. Separate sources using semi-colons (;) and create the citation in the normal style (Name, Source Number).
(Harvey, 1; Buchanan, 2)
In the example, the authors Harvey and Buchanan were paraphrased to help the student make a strong point. Harvey is the first source on the Source List, and Buchanan is the second source on the Source List.
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