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Why Cite

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Joel Malley

on 26 April 2010

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MLA Citation
the low down MLA= Modern Language Association an association of scholars who share...ummm...scholarly findings Other Types of Citation Style established system of citations recognized the need to document
scholarly borrowings MLA- literature and language
APA - psychology, education, and other social sciences
AMA - medicine, health, and biological science
Turabian: designed for college students to use with all subjects.
Chicago: used with all subjects in the "real world" by books, magazines, newspapers, and other non-scholarly publications

Why Cite? Why Research? To Enhance Your Thinking Good research and inquiry is a conversation. You compare your ideas with what your source is saying. “If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.”
- Isaac Newton To Give Recognition Others deserve credit for their work. To Lead to Further Research Researchers go to Works Cited as a reference to push research further Citation All done with the wherefore, now for the how. works cited page If you use Noodlebib, all this is done for you. When Do I Cite? When you
paraphrase
direct quote In Text Citations If you didn't come up with the idea, signal who did. In an in-text citation you include:
author (if available)
page # (if available) If no author, then a shortened version of the title of the article in quotation marks. Sometimes the setting is used to evoke mood ("Romanticism in 19th Century").
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