Answered By: Alyssa Mitchell
Last Updated: Jun 21, 2017     Views: 43

When you are ending a sentence with a direct quote that ends in a question mark, you will need to have a period after the parenthetical citation. Since it is a direct quote, you will need to have a citation to show exactly where you got the quote. Here are a couple of examples:

Ex. One common question is "Do you consider this role to have a greater emphasis on counseling or marketing?" (Ziegenfus, 2015, p. 4).

OR

According to Ziegenfus (2015), a common question asked is, "Do you consider this role to have a greater emphasis on counseling or marketing?" (p. 4).

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