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RESEARCH CITATION EXAMPLES. BOOK WITH NO AUTHOR OR EDITOR: The Dorling Kindersley Science Encyclopedia. New York: Dorling Kindersley, 1993. BOOK WITH ONE AUTHOR OR EDITOR: Young, Robert. The Chewing Gum Book. New York: Dillon Press, 1998.

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Research citation examples

RESEARCH CITATION EXAMPLES

BOOK WITH NO AUTHOR OR EDITOR:

The Dorling Kindersley Science Encyclopedia. New York: Dorling Kindersley, 1993.

BOOK WITH ONE AUTHOR OR EDITOR:

Young, Robert. The Chewing Gum Book. New York: Dillon Press, 1998.

McRae, Murdo William, ed. The Literature of Science. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1993.


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BOOK WITH TWO OR THREE AUTHORS OR

EDITORS:

Sutton, Caroline, and Kevin Malone. Life in Outer Science. New York: Doubleday, 1966.

Marquatt, James W., Sheldon Elkand Olson and Jonathan R. Sorenson. The Rope, the Chair, and the Needle. Austin: U of Texas P, 1994.

BOOK WITH A COMPILER:

Harvey, Paul, comp. The Oxford Companion to English Literature, 3rd ed. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1960.


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MULTI-VOLUME REFERENCE BOOK –

ARTICLE HAS ONE AUTHOR OR EDITOR:

Pascoe, Elaine. “Kingdom Monera.” The New Book of Popular Science. Vol. 4. Danbury, CT: Grolier, 2000.

GENERAL ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES:

(PRINT VERSION)

Glover, Sandra J. “Louse.” The World Book Encyclopedia. 2000 ed.

(ELECTRONIC VERSION)

“Louse.” Encyclopedia Britannica Online. 2004. Encyclopedia Britannica. 15Jan. 2004(http://www.eb.com).


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MAGAZINE CITATION EXAMPLES:

(PRINT VERSION)

Nash, J. Madeleine. “Stealthy Virus.” Time. 20 Sept. 1999: 86.

(ELECTRONIC VERSION FROM A DATA BASE)

Couzin, Jennifer. “Battling Bugs in the Home.” U.S. News & World Report 10 May 1999: 60. Electric Library. Pro Quest Company. 2003. 15 Dec 2004 (http://elibrary.bigchalk.com).

(WEB VERSION)

Roberts, Kim. “Hell’s Bells.” Smithsonian. May, 2002. 16 Jan. 2004 (http://www.smithsonianmag.si.edu.)


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NEWSPAPER CITATION EXAMPLES:

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE (PRINT VERSION)

Manegold, Catherine S. “Becoming a Land of the Smoke-Free, Ban by Ban.” New York Times 22 Mar. 1994: A1+

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE (ELECTRONIC VERSION)

Trottier, Tom. “Wearing Mask Won’t Spread Your Germs at MD’s Office.” Ottow a Citizen 13 Dec. 2003: B7. Electric Library. ProQuest Company. 2003. 15 Jan. 2004 (http://www.elibrary.bigchalk.com).


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PROFESSIONAL WEBSITE

Jones, Peter. Portuguese Language Page. U of Chicago. 9 may 1999 (http://humanities. Uchicago.edu/romance/port/).

Chudler, Eric H. The Skin and Its Sensory Receptors. 5 Sept. 2003. 14 Jan. 2004 (http://faculty. Washington.edu/chulder/receptor.html).

REFERENCE BOOK

Newton, David E., Rob Nagel and Bridget Travers, eds. The UXL Encyclopedia of Science. Vol. 1. Detroit: UXL, 1998.


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ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIA:

Horn, David J. “Louse.” Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. Ver. 3.0. 2004, Grolier Online. 12 Jan. 2004 (http://gme.grolier .com).