Referencing Activity. Books-CITATION FORMATS Author, A. A. (1996). Title of book . City: Publisher. Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (1996). Title of book: Subtitle of book . City, ST: Publisher. EXAMPLE CITATION
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Author, A. A. (1996). Title of book. City: Publisher.
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (1996). Title of book: Subtitle of book. City, ST: Publisher.
Webb, C. D. (1992). A theoretical basis for Pig Latin semiotics. New Haven, CT: Bayside.
Author, A. A. (1996). Title of journal article. Title of journal, volume number, first page-last page.
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (1996). Title of journal article: Subtitle of journal article. Title of journal, volume number, first page-last page.
Almeida, L. (1990). Morphological differences between American and Brazilian Pig Latin constructions. Piggiotica, 13, 946-987.
Cruise, T., & Kidman, N. (1995). Divergent Pig Latin formation in egocentric dyslexic males: One possible explanation. Pig Latin neurolinguistics, 9, 125-180.
Author, A. A. (1996). Title of electronic text [E-text type]. Location of document
Bacon, H. P. (1996 or N.D.). The pig pen: Frequently asked questions about Pig Latin [WWW page]. URLhttp://www.hamnet.org/pigfaqs.html
Correct the Following Citations
7. Grendel, B. W. (1905). A Brief Introduction to Pig Latin Philology. New York: Hrothgar House.
8. Gruber, J. M. (1983). "Understanding the Pig Latin/Pig Pidgin continuum." Language learning, 2, 244-306.
9. Glet, P. I. (1997). Communication games for the public school Pig Latin classroom. Pig Latin E-Newsletter [On-line serial], 6. Available E-mail: [email protected] Message: get PLEN
10. Bates, M., Eponymus, N. N., & Quincy, T. C. (1988). A dynamic model of Pig Latin evolution. Toronto, Canada: Libraphobe
11. Fernandez, S. J., & Garcia, O. P. (1979). Pig Latin in the Yucatan: Creating connections between cultures. Mexico City, Mexico: Mayan Research Institute. 276 pp.
12. Sidlecki, W., & Yertz, M. M. (1989). Getting the Sounds on Paper: Transcribing Pig Latin Using Simplified IPA. Sound and language, 16, 99-108.
7. A brief introduction to Pig Latin philology. -capitalization
8. The quotation marks should be deleted from the citation.
9. Correct citation
10. Libraphobe. -period at end
11. Page number information should be deleted from this citation.
12. Getting the sounds on paper: Transcribing Pig Latin using simplified IPA.-capitalization