Answered By: Jessica Maris
Last Updated: Mar 19, 2018     Views: 208246

Yes.  For instance, if you were citing this passage which appears on pages 26-27 of a book by an author with the last name Russell, you would include both 'Russell' and '26-27' in your citation, as in this example:

Progressive education has always involved conflict between upholding disciplinary standards and promoting social equity (Russell 26-27).

OR if citing multiple pages but from different portions of the book:

Progressive education has always involved conflict between upholding disciplinary standards and promoting social equity, though Russell later states that conflict can be avoided by using specific techniques (Russell 26-27, 32).

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  1. Thank you so much for this! I know it's just a simple question and answer, but it was exactly what I needed!
    by Lys on Jan 04, 2019.

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