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Citation Styles and Resources

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Josiah Drewry

on 8 March 2011

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Citation Styles for Reference Work MLA, APA, Chicago, and print and online resources Mohammed VI Library March 8th, 2011 Why and when? Which ones? Basic Elements The big ones are here. APA MLA Chicago Book, Single Author Book Chapter MLA Chicago APA Journal Article APA MLA Chicago Chicago MLA APA In your hand In the cloud Websites APA MLA Chicago Many tricky rules... Refer to style guides Blogs, encyclopedias, emails, MP3s... Too Little? Too Much? Notes and in-text No date, no names, no pages Each treated differently General rule: As much as possible Author-date: Yang (2006), admits...(p. 13) or (Yang, 2006, p. 13) More than one author? Ed.? Trans.? Susan J. Rosowski argues...(170) or (Rosowski 170)
Chicago--you've seen this Scholarship is cumulative, collaborative Quotes
Data or charts
Whatever you refer to MLA. CAD uses MLA. Stands for Modern Language Association. Literature, languages, linguistics and composition studies. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers is written specifically for undergraduates. http://www.mla.org/style

APA. Used for psychology and other social sciences, education, sociology, economics. http://www.apastyle.org

Chicago (CMS). History, other humanities, sciences.
Document sources by using either footnotes or endnotes. More commonly thought of as a note system. http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org Let's see some papers
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