What are in-text citations, and how are they different from references listed at the end of a paper?

III. Post your responses to these questions to the discussion based on the readings and videos in this module:
1. How is quoting different from summarizing and paraphrasing?
2. What is “patchwriting,” and why is it wrong?
3. What are in-text citations, and how are they different from references listed at the end of a paper? (You need to watch my entire lecture posted above to answer this question.)
4. Explain the differences between narrative in-text citations and parenthetical in-text citations in APA. Provide one example of each. (You need to watch my entire lecture posted above to answer this question.)
5. Is it optional or required to use in-text citations when you paraphrase or summarize information from a source in your own words? Explain why.
6. If you were to explain the basic principles of a) in-text citations and b) references in APA citation style to a classmate, what would you say?
7. Click on the link named “Can I use one citation at the end of a multiple sentence paragraph,” and scroll down to where it says: “Good. These paragraphs are “APA correct” and easy to read. Note the reader knows exactly when/where information from the source is used:” If you look at Sample 1 and Sample 2, where did the author put in-text citations in the paragraphs, and how did the author make it clear throughout the paragraph where the cited information came from?
Word count: It is up to you as long as you answer the questions. I don’t assign specific word counts to discussions.
IV. Comment on two classmates’ posts to the discussion by the discussion deadline.