How do you cite in your work?
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When it comes to academic writing, several different styles for a"Works Cited" page are conventionally acceptable. In all cases, thetwo main keys are consistency and clarity. …Nonetheless, it is theteacher (or professor) who assigns the particular writingassignment who should be consulted for specific preferredguidelines.
Generally by citing the version, year, book, chapter, verse and line.
If it is an Entire internet site: Title of the Site (underlined). Editor. Date and/ or version number. Name of Sponsoring Institution. Date of Access . example: Encycl…opedia Mythica (underlined). 2004. 13 May 2004 . If it is a document from a web site: Author (last name, first name). "Title of Web Page." Title of Site (underlined). Editor. Date and/or Version Number. Name of Sponsoring Institution. Date of Access . example: Sherman, Chris. "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About URL." SearchEngineWatch(underlined). Ed. Danny Sullivan. 24 Aug. 2004. 4 Sept. 2004 . . These are the standards according to the MLA version. I found this on http://honolulu.hawaii.edu/legacylib/mlahcc.html. You can find citing books and scholarly journals, and just about everything on this website. Its great. After every period, or semi colon, or any punctuation besides commas, you NEED to do 2 spaces. You need to double space your paper as well.
The purpose of work cited page is to list all of the in text citations but with all the relevant details. All of the sources should be included in this page.
by authors last name
The correct term is works cited .
It is the page usually in a research or typed paper that is a list of all the sources you went to. so if you used a book to write your paper, you write in on works cited using… a certain mla format. if you use a website, owlenglishpurdue.com shows you how to write these in mla on your works cited
To give intellectual credit to the person or people who's ideas you are utilizing. Additionally it provides a source for others to go to should they have questions about the c…ontext.
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With MLA, works cited is the section's name. The MLA work cited page is a page that only contains the list of sources that were mentioned in the paper. Work sited page is quit…e different to bibliography.
A works cited is the page which contains all of the sources (internet websites, books, etc.) that you used for your project. There are different styles of citation (MLA, APA, …etc.) so you may want to ask your teacher or professor which style is required. See the related links below for websites which create citations for you.
In MLA Format
In the research paper, people must have a works cited page at the end. All of the sources included in this page must match with the works cited that people mentioned in their …text. In the works cited page, the sources are listed in alphabetical order by the author's last name to make it easier for readers to look up the sources.
In Academic Writing
A work cited page is where you cite your bibliography (where you got your information from).
In Academic Writing
In the research paper, people must have a work cited page at the end. The MLA works cited contains the catalog of sources that were stated in the paper. All of the sources inc…luded in this page must match with the works cited that people cited in their text.
In Academic Writing
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In Questions about WikiAnswers
First, as a professor, I would recommend that you be careful when citing anything that comes from an unsourced website (a site that doesn't have footnotes and bibliography). W…hile many of the people who answer questions for WikiAnswers are very accurate and factual, some are just guessing or they give wrong or sarcastic answers. Supervisors try to correct those answers, but still, it is in your best interest to corroborate the information elsewhere before citing it. That said, when citing WikiAnswers, you first refer to the specific question and the portion of the response you plan to quote. For example: On the website WikiAnswers, one response about Aristotle's theory of ethics said "[quote the relevant portion of the response]." You then give the name of the website and a link to it. As for your bibliography, according to Wikihow.com, the most common way to cite any web page is: 1. Firstname Lastname, "Title of Web Page," Publishing Organization or Name of Website in Italics, publication date and/or access date if available, URL. (If there is no author given, alphabetize by the first word in the title of the article.)