MLA REFERENCING AND CITATIONS POWERPOINT GUIDE. MLA Referencing and Citations. You need to use referencing and citations when: 1 – You use a quotation 2 – You use an idea that is not your own 3 – When you use a statistic. MLA Referencing and Citations.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
- MLA Style
- Chicago Style
- APA Style
MLA and Chicago are usually used for the humanities (history, philosophy)
APA is usually used for the sciences
This guide covers MLA
There is clear indication that Plato does not believe
his society could actually exist:
Do you suppose that what we say is
any less good on account of our not
being able to prove that it is possible
to found a city the same as the
one in speech. (Plato 472)
This demonstrates that the society introduced in The
Republic is a philosophic exercise as opposed to an actual
It was the Sophist’s notion of moral relativity that inspired Socrates. Protagoras’ declaration that, “Man is the measure of all things” displayed a lack of understanding, or caring, for any higher truths. (Gaarder 62) Thus, Socrates, had to teach the Athenians that there were matters more important than the individual, and that a universal ethics existed.
Although Jefferson displayed progressive ideas, he would not release his slaves. The reason was a practical one, money. (Johnson 336) Jefferson was constantly in debt, mostly to London banking houses.
In the years 1997 – 1999 Nike spent 85% of their operating budget on advertisement as opposed to 10% of their budget on wages and salaries. (Klein 76) This statistic illuminates how care for brands has become more important than care for people.
Diamond, Jared. Guns, Germs and Steel. New York: W.W. Norton and Company, 1997.
Johnson, Paul and Anthony, James. A History of the Jewish People. New York: Harper and Collins, 1991.
Jackson, Steven, et al. The New America. Boston: Harvard University Press, 1983.
Plato. The Republic of Plato. Trans. Allan Bloom. The United States: Basic Books, 1968.
Crowley, Sharon. Ancient History for Modern Students. 3rd ed. New York: Pearson and Longman, 2006.
Bronte, Charlotte. Jane Eyre. Ed. Margaret Smith. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998.
Klein, Naomi. “The Anti-Globalization Movement.” Globalization in Focus. Ed. Michael Lewis. Toronto: McGraw Hill, 2002.
Buchanan, Phillip. “Censorship: A Modern Necessity.” Time. December 2005: p. 24 – 27
Bielski, Zosia. “The Homeless in Toronto.” The National Post. 24 May 2004. E4.
Stolley, Karl. “Grits Not Tough Enough.” The Toronto Star. 10 May 2006. <http://thetorontostar.ca/gritsnot/may/politics/nes>
Mayer, Mason. “Hannah Arendt.” The Internet Encyclopaedia of Philosophy. 4 May 2002. The University of Tennessee. 30 November 2008. <http://iep.utm.edu/arendt>
“Statistics Canada: Ontario.” Statistics Canada. 10 June 2005. Government of Canada. 12 September 2008. <http://gov.stat.ca/ontario/pop/eth>
Tarantino, Quinton. Pulp Fiction. 1994. Twentieth Century Fox.
“They Saved Lisa’s Brain.” The Simpsons. Twentieth Century Fox. 1999.