Mla style of documentation (1st ed )

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This concise, economical pocket guide is ahandy reference for finding, evaluating, and citing sources,MLA documentation, andavoidingplagiarism.

Chapter 1 PLAGIARISM

Introduction

Academic Honesty

Plagiarism Defined

Plagiarism Examples

Chapter 2 FINDING AND EVALUATING SOURCES

The Physical Library

The Electronic Library

Other Sources

Evaluating Print Sources

Evaluating Electronic sources

Chapter 3 CITING SOURCES IN ACADEMIC WRITING

Key Terms

In-Text Citations-The Three Rules of Form and Format

1. Citing a Single Source by One Author

2. Citing Multiple Sources by One Author

3. Punctuating and Formatting Citations

Paraphrase and Direct Quotes

How to Cite:

Works by One Author

Two or More Works by One Author

Works with Multiple Authors, Volume Numbers, or Corporate Author

Anonymous Author & Entire Work

Work from an Anthology & an Indirect Source

Multiple References within a Citation-Authors with Same Last Name

Editions of Well Known Literary Works

One Page Sources, Dictionaries & Encyclopedias

Personal Communications, Interviews, and Sacred Texts

Oral and Electronic Presentations

Tables, Illustrations, and Footnotes or Endnotes

Chapter 4 SAMPLE STUDENT ESSAY

Main Essay & In-text Samples

Works Cited Page Example

Chapter 5 CREATING A WORKS CITED PAGE

Key Terms

General Overview

How to Create a Works Cited Entry for:

Printed Books

One, Two, or Multiple Authors

Translated and Edited Works, Introductions, Prefaces, etc.

Collected Works of One Author or Two or More Books by One Author

Republished Book, Title Within a Title, and Corporate Author

Pseudonyms, Anonymous Authors, and Graphic Novels

Anthologies, Series, and Multivolume Works...