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Citing Print and Nonprint Sources MLA Style. Nonfiction Book. Print. 4. Phillip, Tracy A. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier and the school newspaper censorship debate : debating Supreme Court decisions . Berkley Heights,NJ : Enslow , 2006. Print. Pages: If using only a section of a book.

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nonfiction book
Nonfiction Book



Phillip, Tracy A. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier and the school newspaper censorship debate : debating Supreme Court decisions . Berkley Heights,NJ: Enslow, 2006. Print.

Pages: If using only a section of a book.

342.7308 Phi

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Nonfiction with editor / No author



Individual Rights and the Police. Ed. Mark R. Nesbitt. Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2006. Print.

345.73 Ind

Individual Rights and the Police 18-68

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Article in a Reference Book (Two authors)



Brannen, Daniel E. and Richard Clay Hanes. “Lemon v. Kurtzman.” Supreme Court Drama. Detroit: UXL, 2001. Print.

(Brannen 129-133)

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encyclopedias ms murphy suggests
Encyclopedias Ms. Murphy suggests:
  • Grolier Encyclopedia
  • Britannica Encyclopedia
article in an encyclopedia
Article in an Encyclopedia



  • "home economics." Britannica School.EncyclopædiaBritannica, Inc., 2013. Web. 17 Sep. 2013.
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Article in an Encyclopedia (Print)



  • Kutler, Stanley I. "Miranda v. Arizona." World Book. 2006 ed. Print.
to find magazine articles online ms murphy suggests
To Find Magazine Articles Online:Ms. Murphy suggests:
  • Kentucky Virtual Library, click on High School Students in the left toolbar (specifically EBSCO-Academic Search Premier and Student Research Center)

Kentucky Virtual Library

  • SIRS database

SIRS databases

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Magazine Example

Title: Libel Suit over Digitized Article Dismissed under Anti-SLAPP Laws American Libraries, 00029769, Aug2008, Vol. 39, Issue 7 Database: MAS Ultra - School Edition Translate Full Text:

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Find More Like ThisLibel Suit over Digitized Article Dismissed under Anti-SLAPP Laws

A federal judge has dismissed a $1-million lawsuit filed by a Cornell University alumnus who claimed that the school libeled him in a 1983 Cornell Chronicle article reporting that he had been charged with third-degree burglary when he was a student. Back issues of the Chronicle, a newspaper published by the university's press office, are being digitized by the campus library.

Kevin Vanginderen, now a California lawyer, found the article through a Google search, the Chronicle reported June 9. After the school refused his request to remove the story, Vanginderen filed a suit claiming that the report was false and that its distribution on the internet caused "loss of reputation" and "mental anguish." He argued that making the article available on the internet constituted republication, thus overriding the statute of limitations for filing charges.

However, Judge Barry Ted Moskowitz of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California granted the university's motion for dismissal June 3 under the state's "anti-SLAPP" statute barring strategic lawsuits against public participation. Moskowitz noted that "the article… concerns a matter of public interest," and that "the truthful reporting of information in public official records regarding criminal proceedings against an individual [is] protected by the First Amendment regardless of whether the reporting is concurrent with the criminal proceedings or years later."

Moskowitz did not address the question of whether making older information available online constitutes republication. "It would be disastrous if every time we scan something, we had to take the same editorial responsibility as the initial publisher," Cornell Library Archivist Peter Hirtle told the Chronicle.

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Journal article in a Database



“Libel Suit over Digitized Article Dismissed under Anti-SLAPP Laws. American Libraries . 39.7 (Aug. 2008) np. MAS Ultra - School Edition. Web. 27 Jan 2012.

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Newspaper Example

Title: Opinion expected Friday in coach's case Daily Gazette, The (Sterling, IL), Jan 19, 2012Database: Newspaper Source Translate Full Text:

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Opinion expected Friday in coach's case

Jan. 19--DIXON -- The Illinois Supreme Court is expected to file an opinion Friday in the appeal of Steve Sandholm, former Dixon School District head boy's basketball coach and athletic director, who has twice before had his defamation suit dismissed.

Sandholm was removed as coach of the high school varsity boys basketball team in April 2008, after some players' parents organized a campaign to get him fired. They said Sandholm verbally abused his players, in comments made online and on the radio.

Sandholm sued 10 parents, NRG Media, the parent company of local radio station WIXN, and Al Knickrehm, the station's general manager, in Lee County Court.

At the heart of the case is the Illinois Citizen Participation Act, enacted in 2007, which protects citizens from being sued for participating in government as long as their statements are made with a genuine goal of procuring a favorable government action.

The act is commonly referred to as Anti-SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation). Dozens of other states have enacted similar laws.

Sandholm's suit was dismissed in Lee County in July 2009, and again by an appellate court in October 2010. Both courts ruled that the defendants were protected by the act.

Sandholm's attorney, Stephen Fieweger of Moline, petitioned the high court to consider the issue last year.

In his petition, Fieweger said the lawsuit should be reinstated because, among other things, the act deprives Sandholm of his constitutional right to remedies for his injuries, and violated his rights to due process and equal protection.

If the state Supreme Court rules in Sandholm's favor, the lawsuit will return to Lee County.

Sandholm also filed suit in federal court in May 2009 against the Dixon School District and board members Jim Hey, Tom Balser, Woody Lenox, and Carolyn Brechon.

In it, he says he was denied due process and claims age discrimination because a younger man was hired to replace him as athletic director.

The judge tossed the suit in March. Sandholm also is appealing that decision.

___ (c)2012 the Daily Gazette (Sterling, Ill.) Visit the Daily Gazette (Sterling, Ill.) at Distributed by MCT Information Services

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Newspaper article in a Database



"Opinion expected Friday in coach's case." Daily Gazette, The (Sterling, IL) 19 Jan. 2012: Newspaper Source. Web. 3 Mar. 2013.

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Scholarly article found on the internet*Must submit form that you evaluated the website.


Webpage/Scholarly article

Bristow, Robert S, and Mirela Newman. "Myth vs. Fact: An Exploration of Fright Tourism." Proceedings of the 2004 Northeast Recreation Research Symposium. United States Department of Agriculture, 28 Mar. 2004. Web. 4 Mar. 2013.