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Al-Tahrawi, Khalil. “Genetic and Environmental Causes of Childhood Antisocial Behavior: A Multi-Year Study.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology, vol. 116, no. 2, 2020, pp. 219-36. ProQuest.
"Autism Fact Sheet.” National Autism Association, 2020, nationalautismassociation.org/resources/autism-fact-sheet/.
Diaz, Bianca, and Jomo Kenyatta, editors. Endangered Oceans. 3rd ed., Greenhaven, 2020.
Nguyễn, Amy. “Smartphones are Transforming Daily Life.” Smartphones, edited by Roman Espejo and Martha Kaplan, Gale, 2020, pp. 21-30.
In-text citations tell your professor which source you used at a specific point in the paper.
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In a key 1922 case, the Supreme Court upheld states’ right to require vaccinations for children attending public schools (Matlesky 127).
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Chidike and Buckland argue that vaccinations do not cause Austim or other developmental disorders (3).
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The study also found that Autism is a "developmental disorder that is present at birth, and symptoms develop during the early childhood years" (Bekri 348).
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Fumnaya states that "society has the right to protect itself against an epidemic that threatens the safety of its members" (33).