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Quiz on Citation and Bibliography ENG 220 1. If you are giving credit in an in-text parenthetical citation for ideas used in your document, what are the three categories of information you include in the citation? 2. What do you use if the name of the author is not available? 3. What do you do to the names of books, magazines, and newspapers so that the reader identifies them as such? 4. What do you do to the names of articles, song title, or other short works? 5. Most everyone knows that citations are used at the end of direct quotations. What do you do if you paraphrase or summarize someone else’s work? 6. On a clean sheet of paper please put the following bibliographic information in proper form according to directions for Bibliography in Chapter 2 of the LDSBC Writing Guide . Please check these guidelines as you complete this assignment. u Write the word Bibliography centered two inches from the top of your page l Single space the entry and double space between entries l Place the information in alphabetical order by author’s last name
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Unformatted text preview: l Follow other guidelines discussed in class or indicated on the example page . A personal interview on Monday, November 22, 1999 with Nathan Hanks, the local chairperson for the National Endowment of the Arts. A magazine article from HR Focus , New York, volume 76, issue 11, Nov. 1999,called “The art of wooing Gen Xers,” by Joanne Cole, pages 7- 10,, retrieved November 14, 1999. 1997 edition, Encyclopedia Britannica , “Stock Market Crash of 1929.” Newspaper article "No More Free Lunch," by Beth Clayton, February 14, 1998, Salt Lake Tribune , C1. A book published Bellweather Press, 1998, by Edith P. Aiken, Resume Resource , San Francisco, pages 45-48. Online material from a government source, “Women and Minority-Owned Business Survey,”, August 1995, U.S. Census Bureau, accessed November 1999....
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