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Formatting Citations. Parenthetical Citations. Are in parentheses at the end Period is after last parenthesis. Parenthetical Citations Examples. 1 author (Jones 42). Author named in sentence e.g. Jones stated … materials (42). Two or three authors (Jones, Smith, and Walker 76).

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Parenthetical citations
Parenthetical Citations

Are in parentheses at the end

Period is after last parenthesis


Parenthetical citations examples
Parenthetical Citations Examples

  • 1 author

    • (Jones 42).

  • Author named in sentence

    • e.g. Jones stated … materials (42).

  • Two or three authors

    • (Jones, Smith, and Walker 76).


Parenthetical citations examples1
Parenthetical Citations Examples

  • Organization as author

    • (American Cancer Foundation 102).

  • No named author

    • (“Workplace Today” 452).

  • Electronic source (give paragraph number)

    • (Collins par. 76).


Works cited page
Works Cited Page

Entries are in alphabetical order

Use hanging indent

Double spaced

Has Works Cited centered on top line


Works Cited Books

One Author

Last Name, First Name. Name of Book. City: Publisher, Year. Print.

Williams, Sally R. Writing a Paper.

New York: Prescott, 2002. Print.


Two Authors - Book

Last name, first name, and whole

name. Name of Book. #th ed. Little

Known City, State: Publisher,

Year. Print.

James, Jane R., and Derek Revis.

George Shaw Revealed. 5th ed. Williston, SC: Hamilton, 2007. Print.


Websites

Name. “Title.” Name of Web Site. Publisher, Date of publication. Web. Day month year accessed.

Stauder, Ellen Keck. “Hands off Public Broadcasting.” Media Matters for America. U of Georgia, 25 Sept. 2009. Web. 22 Feb. 2010.


Article downloaded from the web.

Name. “Title.” Name of Magazine/JournalVolume(year): pages. PDF file.

(Note: not all printouts are PDF files.)

Williams, Sally. “Student Perceptions of Their Computer Skills.” Journal of Media Understanding 10 (2009): 140-177. PDF file.


Periodicals

Last Name, First Name. “Name of

Article.” Name of Periodical. Day Month Year: Page. Print.

Kelley, Mack. “British School Girl

Wins Case.” The British Monthly.

30 June 2006: 76-78. Print.


With Volume and Issue Number

Last Name, First Name. “Name of

Article.” Name of Periodical.

Volume. Issue (Year): Pages. Print.

Fields, Mark, and Wally Jones.

“Football Today.” Sports News.

70.3 (1994): 103. Print.


From a Database

Author. “Name of Article.” Name of Periodical. Date : Pages. Name of Database. Web. Day Month

Year.

Junge, Wolfgang, and Nathan Nelson. “Shakespeare’s World.” Literature in Use. 29 Apr. 2005: 642-44. ProQuest. Web. 5 Mar. 2009.


No date or author

“Name of Article.” Name of Periodical. Volume. Issue (n.d.): Pages. Print.

“Football Today.” Sports News.

70.3 (n.d.): 103-105. Print.


Resource
Resource

Check links under my class page to OWL’s 2009 MLA guide


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