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MLA StylePart III. Works Cited page citations. General Guidelines. Broadly speaking, entries follow this order: Authors name Title Publication information (date, volume, city of publication, etc.) Mode of access (print or web) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>MLA and APA Formatting</p> <p>MLA StylePart IIIWorks Cited page citations</p> <p>General Guidelines Broadly speaking, entries follow this order:Authors nameTitlePublication information (date, volume, city of publication, etc.)Mode of access (print or web)Each form is slightly different. There are forms for books, journal and magazine articles, newspaper articles, web sites, video recordings, and other types of entries.Look up the right format for each source.Do not trust an automated online citation service or citation-generating software to format your entries correctly. The responsibility is yours.</p> <p>BooksFranke, Damon. Modernist Heresies: British Literary </p> <p>History, 1883-1924. Columbus: Ohio State UP, </p> <p>2008. Print.</p> <p>Journal ArticlesPiper, Andrew. Rethinking the Print Object: Goethe and </p> <p>the Book of Everything. PMLA 121.1 (2006): 124-</p> <p>138. Print.</p> <p>Journal ArticlesPiper, Andrew. Rethinking the Print Object: Goethe and </p> <p>the Book of Everything. PMLA 121.1 (2006): 124-</p> <p>138. Print.(For a journal that uses volume numbers.)Kafka, Ben. The Demon of Writing: Paperwork, Public </p> <p>Safety, and the Reign of Terror. Representations 98 </p> <p>(2007): 1-24. Print.(For a journal that uses only issue numbers.)</p> <p>Magazine ArticlesMcEvoy, Dermot. Little Books, Big Success. </p> <p>Publishers Weekly 30 Oct. 2006: 26-28. Print.(For a weekly or bi-weekly magazine.)</p> <p>Kates, Robert. W. Population and Consumption: </p> <p>What We Know, What We Need to Know. </p> <p>Environment Apr. 2000: 10-19. Print.(For a monthly or bi-monthly magazine.)</p> <p>Newspaper ArticlesJeromack, Paul. This Once, a David of the Art World </p> <p>Does Goliath a Favor. New York Times 13 July </p> <p>2002, late ed.: B7+. Print.</p> <p>Newspaper ArticlesJayson, Sharon. Avoiding Lies Can Improve Health.</p> <p>USA Today 6 August 2012: A1+. Print.</p> <p>Web SourcesFor each web source, cite as much of the following as possible:</p> <p>Author, compiler, editor, etc.Title of the work (the page)Title of the overall Web site (in italics).Version or editionPublisher or sponsor. (Use N.p. if not available.)Date of publicationMedium of publication (Web)Date of access (day/month/year) </p> <p>Web SourceWith An AuthorBush, Dana. Reid Puts GOP in a Bind over Romneys Taxes. CNN.com. Turner Broadcasting System,</p> <p>7 August 2012. Web. 20 August 2012.</p> <p>(Click to see online source.)</p> <p>Web SourceCorporate AuthorAmerican Heart Association. Healthy Diet Goals. </p> <p>Heart.org. AHA, 2012. Web. 20 August 2012.</p> <p>(Click to see online source.)</p> <p>AcknowledgementMLA Handbook, 7th edition for some of the example entries.</p> <p>Questions?Writing CenterPrince 209(843) 349-2937</p>