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Bibliographical SourcesCitations For Annotated BibliographyandWorks Cited PageBooksJablonski, Nina G. Skin: A Natural History. 4th ed. Berekely: U of California P, 2006. Print.

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Books (cont.)Jablonski, Nina G. Skin: A Natural History. 4th ed. Berekely: U of California P, 2006. Print.

Authors last name, comma, first name, followed by a periodJablonski, Nina G.Books title and subtitle in italics and followed by a period.Skin: A Natural History.If its not the first edition, include the edition number followed by a period.4th ed.Use ed. as abbreviation for edition3Books (cont.)Jablonski, Nina G. Skin: A Natural History. 4th ed. Berekely: U of California P, 2006. Print.

City of publication followed by a colon.Berkeley:If several cities are listed, use the first city.Name of publisherA shortened name followed by a commaUniversity of California Press U of California P,Ohio State University Press Ohio State UPBooks (cont.)Jablonski, Nina G. Skin: A Natural History. 4th ed. Berekely: U of California P, 2006. Print.

Date of publication.Year followed by a period.2006.Medium of publication followed by a period.Print.

Article / Essay in BookRowe, David. No Gain, No Game? Media and Sport. Mass Media and Society. Ed. James Curran and Michael Gurevitch. 3rd ed. New York: Oxford UP, 2000. 246-61. Print.

Essays authors last name, comma, first name, and period.Rowe, David.Title of article in quotation marks followed by period inside end quotation mark.No Gain, No Game? Media and Sport.Title of book in italics followed by period.Mass Media and Society.Editor of book followed by period.Ed. James Curran and Michael Gurevitch.These names are not listed directory style.Article / Essay in BookRowe, David. No Gain, No Game? Media and Sport. Mass Media and Society. Ed. James Curran and Michael Gurevitch. 3rd ed. New York: Oxford UP, 2000. 246-61. Print.

City of publication, publisher, year of publication, and period.New York: Oxford UP, 2000.Page numbers of articles followed by period.246-61.MediumPrint.Article in a JournalNair, Supriya. The Caribbean Unbound: Cross- Atlantic discourses on Slavery and Race. American Literary History 14.3 (2002): 566-79. Print.

Similar to article in a book.Authors name directory style followed by period.Nair, Supriya.Title of article in quotes followed by period inside end quotation mark.The Caribbean Unbound: Cross-Atlantic discourses on Slavery and Race.Name of journal in italics.American Literary HistoryArticle in a Journal (cont.)Nair, Supriya. The Caribbean Unbound: Cross- Atlantic discourses on Slavery and Race. American Literary History 14.3 (2002): 566-79. Print.

Volume and issue number(s).14.3Year in parentheses followed by colon.(2002):Page numbers followed by period.566-79.Medium of journal.Print.Article in a Journal (cont.)Date of publication varies for type of journalFor Journal with volumes and issues, use yearSee previous example.

For monthly journal, use abbreviated month & yearKeizer, Garret. How the Devil Falls in Love. Harpers Aug. 2002: 43-51. Print.

For periodical/newspaper, use day #, abbreviated month, and yearWeintraub, Arlene. A Thousand Year Plan for Nuclear Waste. Business Week. 6 Oct. 2002: 95-96. Print.

Do not abbreviate May, June, or July.

Article in NewspaperArticle in Newspaper with City of Publication in TitleMoberg, David. The Accidental Environmentalist. Chicago Tribune 24 Sept. 2002, final ed., sec 2: 1+. Print.

Authors name directory style.Title of article in quotations with period inside end quote.Name of newspaper in italics Chicago TribuneDate of publication followed by comma24 Sept. 2002Edition, section of the newspaper, starting page number, and period., final ed., sec 2: 1+.+ indicates the article continue on another page or sectionArticle in NewspaperArticle in Newspaper with City of Publication not in TitleAlaton, Salem. So, Did They Live Happily Ever After? Globe and Mail [Toronto] 27 Dec. 1997: D1+. Print.

[Toronto] indicates city of publicationD1+ indicates article begins on page 1 of section D and that the article continues elsewhere in the paper.Online ArticlesTyre, Peg. Standardized Tests in College? Newsweek. Newsweek, 16 Nov. 2007. Web. 15 May 2008.

Authors name directory styleTitle of article in quotation marks With punctuation inside end quotation markTitle of website in italicsFollowed by comma if there is a version number.Followed by period if there is no version number.Newsweek.Version or edition (if there is one) followed by period.Vers. 2.3Here, there is no version.

Online Articles (cont.)Tyre, Peg. Standardized Tests in College? Newsweek. Newsweek, 16 Nov. 2007. Web. 15 May 2008.

Publisher or sponsor followed by comma.Newsweek,Date of publication followed by period.Medium followed by period.Web.Date of last access followed by period.15 May 2008.Online Articles (cont.)Article on website that first appeared in printBierce, Ambrose. Academy. The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce. Vol. 7. New York: Neale, 1911. 110-33. The Ambrose Bierce Project. N.d. Web. 15 May 2008.

Authors name directory style followed by period.Title of article in quotation marksWith period inside end quotation mark.Title of original publication source in italics, volume number or edition number, city, publisher, year, and page numbers.The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce. Vol. 7. New York: Neale, 1911. 110-33.If no page numbers, use N. pag.Which means no pagination.

Online Articles (cont.)Article on website that first appeared in printBierce, Ambrose. Academy. The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce. Vol. 7. New York: Neale, 1911. 110-33. The Ambrose Bierce Project. N.d. Web. 15 May 2008.

Title of website in italics followed by period.The Ambrose Bierce Project.Version or edition (if there is one). Here there is not.Publisher or sponsor (if there is one). Here there is not.Date of publication on web.If not date found, use N.d.Medium Date of last access

Article from a DatabaseBlum, Susan D. Five Approaches to Explaining Truth and Deception in Human Communication. Journal of Anthropological Research 61.3 (2005): 289-315. JSTOR. Web. 22 Mar. 2013.

Similar to an article in a journal.Authors name directory style.Title of article in quotation marks.Title of journal (in italics) where it first appeared, volume and issue number, year of publication, and pages.See earlier information on journals.Name of database in italics followed by period.JSTOR.Medium followed by period.Web.This indicates you read the article in the database.Date last accessed followed by period.22 Mar. 2013.Digital File from DatabaseAtkinson, Michael. Robert Blys Sleepers Joining Hands: Shadow and Self. The Iowa Review 7.4 (Fall, 1976): 135-153. JSTOR. Web. 4 June 2013. PDF.

This is essentially the same as for an Article on Database except for the PDF. at the end.That indicates the PDF version of the article was downloaded from the database on June 4, 2013.

Digital Files Not from a DatabasePDF, Word doc, JPEG, MP3, etc.Hudson, Jennifer, perf. And I Am Telling Im Not Going. Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture. Sony BMG, 2006. MP3 file.

Performers name directory style followed by , perf.Hudson, Jennifer, perf.Title of song in quotation marks with period inside end quote.And I Am Telling Im Not Going.Title of album in italics followed by period.Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture.Publisher, comma, year of publication followed by period.Sony BMG, 2006.Medium followed by period.MP3 file.Digital Files Not from a DatabasePDF, Word doc, JPEG, MP3, etc.Cortez, Juan. Border Crossing in Chicano Narrative. 2007. PDF file.

Include year you received file followed by period.2007.Indicate file type followed by period.PDF file.

Cortez, Juan. Border Crossing in Chicano Narrative. 2007. Microsoft Word doc.

Here Microsoft Word is in italics.No AuthorThe View from the Top. National Geographic July 2001: 104. Print.

Begin with title of article or book The View from the Top.Continue the citation same as you would for a journal article, article in book, article from database, etc.When listing in Annotated Bibliography or Works Cited page, ignore A, An, and The, and list entry with first letter of next word.This entry would not be in TsThis entry would be in the Vs.

Map or ChartCincinnati and Vicinity. Map. Chicago: Rand, 2008. Print.

Title of map in italics followed by period.Cincinnati and Vicinity.Map or Chart followed by period.Map.City of publication, publisher, year of publication, and period.Medium.

DictionaryRead. Def. 4a. American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language. 4th ed. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 2000. Print.

Word in quotes with period inside end quoteRead.Definition number your are using.Def. 2a.Some definitions numbers have letters after them and some do not. Use what is listed for the definition you are using.Title of dictionary, period, edition number, period, city of publication, colon, publisher, comma, year of publication, period, and medium

InterviewsTwo typesConducted by researcher (you)Published or broadcastedInterview by ResearcherReed, Ishmael. Email interview. 10 Dec. 2007.

Name of person you interviewed directory style followed by period.Reed, Ishmael.Medium of interviewEmail interview.Other types include:Personal interview.Telephone interview.Skype interview.Date of interview.For your Annotated Bibliography, use the anticipated date of interview.On Works Cited page of research paper, use actual date of interview.Broadcasted Interview Breslin, Jimmy. Interview by Neal Conan. Talk of the Nation. National Public Radio. WBUR, Boston, 26 Mar. 2002. Radio.

Name of interviewee directory style.Breslin, Jimmy.Nam

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