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I'm writing a paper where I've included multiple citations from a book, each citation is not a direct quote from the text but rather a in-text citation so according to APA guidelines these citations should be at the end of the paraphrased text such as:

My text here blob blob blob (Rubin, 2013).

Since these citations do not include page numbers (direct quotes do, according to APA guidelines) and I have 3 (so far) when I insert a bibliography with Word these look like this:

Rubin, K. S. (2013). Essential SCRUM. Ann Arbor, Estados Unidos de América: Addison Wesley.
Rubin, K. S. (2013). Essential SCRUM. Ann Arbor, Estados Unidos de América: Addison Wesley.
Rubin, K. S. (2013). Essential SCRUM. Ann Arbor, Estados Unidos de América: Addison Wesley.

So, my question is if this is correct or should I include the page number from the book in the bibliography list? o should I do that in the citation as well even though they're not direct quotes?

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  • Hi stigma, welcome to writing.se! Take the tour and visit the help center for more information. While this question is on topic here, due to our current low activity you might have better luck getting an answer over at Academia. Good luck and happy writing! – linksassin Feb 25 '20 at 6:21
  • @linksassin Thank you! will post it there instead. – stigma Feb 26 '20 at 17:30

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