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EDT 207/222

Bibliography, Sources Consulted, Works Cited

1. Book
Author Last Name, First Name. Book Title. City of Publication: The Publisher, Publication Date.

Example:  Painter, Nell Irvin.  The History of White People.  New York: W. W. Norton, 2010.



2. Anthology/Book Chapter with an Editor
Author Last Name, First Name. “Title of Selection/Chapter.” In Book Title.  Edited by Editor Name, page numbers. City of Publication: The Publisher, Publication Date.

Example:  Little, Denise.  "Born in Blood."  In Alternate Gettysburgs. Edited by Brian Thomsen and Martin H. Greenberg, 242-55.  New York:  Berkeley Publishing Group, 2002.

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3. Article from an Online Database
Authors Last Name, First Name.  “Title of the Work.” Publication Title. Publication Date. Website Address.

Example:  Tucker, Elizabeth.  "Changing Concepts of Childhood: Children's Folklore Scholarship since the Late Nineteenth Century." Journal of American Folklore 125, no. 498 (2012): 389-410. https://doi.org/10.5406/jamerfolk.125.498.0389.

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4. Work from a Website
Author Last Name, First Name. “Title of the Document.” Website Name. Website Sponsor, if different from the name of the site or name of the author, Date of publication or most recent update, Website Address.
If the online source does not indicate when it was published or last modified, include your date of access.

Example:  Cohen, Rose.  "My First Job."  Remembering the 1911 Triangle Factory Fire. Cornell University ILR School. Accessed October 13, 2017.  https://trianglefire.ilr.cornell.edu/primary/testimonials/ootss_RoseCohen.html

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Source:  Everyday Writer, 10th ed. (Lunsford)

In Text Citations

1. In the Text
Sweig argues that Castro and Che Guevara were not the only key players in the Cuban revolution of the late 1950s.19

2. In the First Note Referring to the Source (Either at the bottom of the page or on a separate page entitled Notes)
19. Julia Sweig, Inside the Cuban Revolution (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2002), 9.

3. In Subsequent Notes

3A. If the subsequent note follows directly after the original note, just include the author's last name and the page number (separated by a comma). 

20. Sweig, 20.


3B. If the note does not follow directly after the original note and if the complete information has already been given the first time the work was cited, shorten additional references to that work: list only the authors name, a shortened version of the title, and the page number.

23. Sweig, Cuban Revolution, 21.

 

Source:  Everyday Writer, 10th ed. (Lunsford)

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