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Paraphrasing - an overview

Paraphrasing, Academic writing, Citing and referencing

Reference List

Cambridge Online Dictionary (2022) Paraphrasing. Available at: (Accessed 14 January 2022).

Carroll, J. (2002) A handbook for deterring plagiarism in higher education. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development.

Flowers, P. (2016) Summary, paraphrase, quotation, plagiarism. Available at: (Accessed 8 February 2022). 

Gilpin, S. (2017) Paraphrasing without plagiarizing. Available at: (Accessed 8 February 2022). 

Hull University Library (2019) [Twitter] 2 April. Available at: (Accessed 8 February 2022). 

Jerman, B. (2021) Writing Commons – when to paraphrase. Available at: (Accessed 18 January 2022).

Monash University (2022) Paraphrasing, summarizing and quoting, Available at: (Accessed 17 January 2022).

Pears, R. and Shields, G. (2019) Cite them right: the essential referencing guide, London: Red Globe Press.

Solas English (2017) Paraphrasing. Available at: (Accessed 4 February 2022).

Toons (2012) Cartoon plagiarism. Available at: (Accessed 8 February 2022).
UNC Writing Center (2019) How we cite. Available at: (Accessed 11 February 2022). 
University of Guelph (2021) 4 Paraphrasing don’ts. Available at: (Accessed 14 January 2022). 
University of Guelph Library (2014) Understanding and avoiding plagiarism: from passage to paraphrase. Available at: (Accessed 7 February 2022).  
Western Libraries (2021) Paraphrasing. Available at: (Accessed 7 February 2022).


This guide was created by Nora Hegarty, TUS Library.

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