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Mla bibliography

MLA Bibliography

When you start writing papers that require Modern Language Association (MLA) format bibliography.

H:My Documents/Social Studies/MLA Introduction


Bibliography

Bibliography

  • Alphabetize all references


Bibliography1

Bibliography

  • Alphabetize all references

  • Do not indent the entry; starts on 1 inch left margin.


Bibliography2

Bibliography

  • Alphabetize all references

  • Do not indent the entry; starts on 1 inch left margin.

  • Word Document: Format, Paragraph, Indents and Spacing Tab, Indentation/Special/hanging.


Bibliography3

Bibliography

  • Alphabetize all references

  • Do not indent the entry; starts on 1 inch left margin.

  • Word Document: Format, Paragraph, Indents and Spacing Tab, Indentation/Special/hanging.

  • Second line of reference is “hanging” indent by ½ inch.


Bibliography4

Bibliography

  • Alphabetize all references

  • Do not indent the entry; starts on 1 inch left margin.

  • Word Document: Format, Paragraph, Indents and Spacing Tab, Indentation/Special/hanging.

  • Second line of reference is “hanging” indent by ½ inch.

  • See for research paper format:

    http://webster.commnet.edu/mla/format.shtml


Bibliography5

Bibliography

  • One Author:

    • Seah, Audrey. Vietnam. New York:

      Marshall Cavendish Corporation,

      1994.


Bibliography6

Bibliography

  • One Author:

    • Seah, Audrey. Vietnam. New York:

      Marshall Cavendish Corporation,

      1994.

  • Two Authors:

    • Ray, Nick, and Wendy Yanagihara.

      Vietnam. Oakland, CA: Lonely

      Planet, 2005.


Bibliography7

Bibliography

  • Three Authors:

    • Busbey, Arthur B., Donde J. Smith,

      and Jill R. Sandman, Rocks and

      Fossils. San Francisco: Time-

      Life Books, 1996.


Bibliography8

Bibliography

  • Four Authors:

    • Quirk, Randolph, Sidney Greenbaum,

      Geoffrey Leech, and Jan

      Svartvik. A Comprehensive

      Grammar of the English

      Language. London: Longman, 1985.


Bibliography9

Bibliography

  • If there are more than three authors, you may name only the first and add et al. (“and others”), or you may give all names in full in the order in which they appear on the title page.

    • Quirk, Randolph, et al. A Comprehensive

      Grammar of the English

      Language. London: Longman, 1985.


Bibliography10

Bibliography

  • Encyclopedia Article:

    • MacDonald, Charles B. “Vietnam

      War.” Encyclopedia Americana

      International Edition. 1983 ed.


Bibliography11

Bibliography

  • Encyclopedia Article:

    • MacDonald, Charles B. “Vietnam

      War.” Encyclopedia Americana

      International Edition. 1983 ed.

  • Signed Article in Magazine:

    • Safer, Barbara. “Vietnam: The

      Government.” U.S. News and

      World Report Sept. 2005: 29-

      33.


Bibliography12

Bibliography

  • Unsigned Article in Magazine: Ignore a beginning “A”, “An”, or “The” in the title.

    • “Vietnam War : Ten Years after.”

      Newsweek June 1983: 20-23.


Bibliography13

Bibliography

  • Unsigned Article in Magazine: Ignore a beginning “A”, “An”, or “The” in the title.

    • “Vietnam War : Ten Years after.”

      Newsweek June 1983: 20-23.

  • Unsigned Article in Pamphlet

    • “Socialist Republic of Vietnam.”

      CultureGrams 2005: 705-708.


Bibliography14

Bibliography

  • Reference Book on CD-ROM:

    • “Water Buffaloes of Vietnam.”

      Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia.

      CD-ROM. Danbury, CT: Grolier

      Interactive, 1998.


Bibliograhy

Bibliograhy

  • Reference Book on CD-ROM:

    • “Water Buffaloes of Vietnam.”

      Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia.

      CD-ROM. Danbury, CT: Grolier

      Interactive, 1998.

  • TV or Radio Program:

    • “Vietnam, the Country.” Nightline in

      Primetime. ABC, KIRO, Seattle,

      WA. 24 Sept. 2005.


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Bibliograhy

  • Internet Article:

    See the following sites if you forget:

    http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cup/cgos2006/basic.html

    http://www.liu.edu/cwis/cwp/library/workshop/citmla.htm


Bibliograhy2

Bibliograhy

  • Internet Article:

    • Hoverson, Paul. “Life on Mir, or,

      roughing in on the ‘frontier.’ ”

      Florida Today: Space Online. 20

      Aug. 1997. 10 Mar. 2006

      <http://www.flatoday.com/space/

      explore/stories/1997b/

      082097c.htm.


Bibliograhy3

Bibliograhy

  • Internet Book:

    • Irving, Washington. The Adventures

      of Vincent. UWarchive. July

      2005. Project Black Cat. 31 Aug

      2004 <ftp://uwarchive.cso.udub.

      edu/pub/etext/blackcat/exet20/

      taocb10.txt>.


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Bibliograhy

  • Internet Email:

    • Library of Congress. “The Air War in

      Vietnam.” E-mail to the author. 8

      Sept. 2004.


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Bibliograhy

  • Internet Web Site:

    • Hadi, Abdul. “Origin of the Pan-Arab

      Colours.” FOTW: Flags of the

      World. 1986. FOTW. 27

      Mar. 2006 <http://flagspot.net/

      flags/arabcols.html>.


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Bibliograhy

  • References from:

    • Gibaldi, Joseph. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers.

      6th ed. New York: The Modern

      Language Association of

      America, 2003.


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Bibliograhy

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