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    Last Updated: Oct 01, 2014     Views: 15

    If you are quoting a survey respondent from your own action research project, you do not need to include this on your References list. You also don't need an in-text citation. Include the quoted material in quotation marks. In your text, explain that the quote is from one of your survey respondents.

    See this explanation from the APA style blog (you need to scroll down the page to the comments section).

     

     

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