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Library Guide: Writing
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Tips for narrative citations
Narrative citations are in-text citations where the author's name(s) are inside of the sentence, not inside of the citation. This style of citation helps your writing flow more naturally. See the In-text Citation Guide
Siponen and Vance (2010) asked ISS managers to report the, "most common and signiﬁcant information security policy violations" (p. 17).
Example adapted from:
Moody, G. D., Siponen, M., & Pahnila, S. (2018). Toward a Uniﬁed Model of Information Security Policy Compliance. MIS Quarterly, 42(1), 285-A22.
Consider using signal verbs with narrative citations: consult this resource