Page Numbers for Direct Quotations
As Dewey (1938) noted, the educational continuum was united by this “connectedness in growth” (p. 75).
Although not mandatory, you are encouraged to provide page or paragraph numbers when paraphrasing the work of others, especially when it would help an interested reader locate information in a long or complicated text.
(American Psychological Association, 2020, pp. 269-271)
- Write p. for a single page, and pp. for more than one page. ↵