My seminar work is based on knowledge that one can not know but must be taken from other books. A term paper should not contain too much verbatim quotes, therefore only indirect quotations remain so desired. However, the term paper is guess I times simply composed of 150 footnotes, because I can not write all the time but:
LOUD XY, belong (Future 1) .... or XY SAYS ... be sole criterion
My text is since not coherently be .. or have I understood sth wrong and I have only found text paraphrase or summarize sth.? Friends have meant it that have never been with "According XY, belong (Future 1) ...." made, but simply found rewritten and inserted into its text.
How is it now? Help I do not come next: / Thanks for your answers
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Just Take the statement, not literally, but so that they fit into the work (of course while maintaining the contents). The author is then either given in parentheses after the statement or - especially if there are many quotations - as a note below the text. So as your friends say:
Example (all of me now fictitious): John Lawrence writes in his book Statistical Economics of North Carolina (2003) page 151: "In 1990, growth in the automotive industry in the US at 2.3%."
You quote for example: [...] The automotive industry experienced in the US in 1990, a growth of about 2.3% (John Lawrence Statistical Economics of North Carolina, 2003, 151). [...]
Or: [...] The automotive industry experienced in the US in 1990, a growth of about 2.3% .² [...]
Down in the footnote line: 2 John Lawrence Statistical Economics of North Carolina (2003), page 151
So when we write for example "A goal is scored when the ball hit the goal line überquert.3" (ie a superscript 3 and then down then comes in the footnote, the primary source where you have this info found as "FIFA Regulations 2015 point 5 sentence 3 "or something in the style halt;)