By Joseph F. Trimmer
Briefer, more affordable, and more straightforward to take advantage of than the MLA's personal guide, this renowned publication gains present MLA instructions, a brand new part on comparing on-line assets, and an up to date APA appendix. The advisor additionally offers a number of examples, a pattern examine paper, and invaluable tricks on such subject matters as keeping off plagiarism and taking notes.
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8. When there are two to six authors, name all of them in the list of references. In the text, if there are three to five authors, name all the authors the first time but abbreviate subsequent uses to only the first author followed by et al. (not in italics, and add a period to “al” to show that it is an abbreviation). ; in the reference list name the first six authors and refer to the rest as et al. 9. Place the date of publication in parentheses immediately after the author’s name. Type a period after the closing parenthesis.
The New Yorker, 80, 106–123. [7,31] Appendix on APA Style / 39 An Article in a Journal with Continuous Pagination 9. Flower, L. (2002). Intercultural inquiry and the transformation of service. College English, 65, 181–201. [8,32] Internet Source: An Article Based on a Print Source If the original print version has been changed or annotated on the Web, then add “Retrieved [Month Day, Year], from [URL]” after the original citation. Note that no period follows the URL. 10. Bloom, L. Z. (2008). Consuming prose: The delectable rhetoric of food writing.