DIFFERENCE BETWEEN APA AND MLA STYLE

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN APA AND MLA STYLE - style, but with MLA...

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Achut DAhal Difference between MLA style and APA style: Here are a few differences between MLA and APA styles- ABSTRACT: APA style requires an abstract page, while MLA does not. IN-TEXT CITATION : With APA style we include the year of publication along with the last name of the author, but with MLA style we include page number of the information we cited along with the last name of the author. PAGE NUMBER: We must include a running title to the left of the page number on each page in APA
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Unformatted text preview: style, but with MLA style we include authors name to the left of the page number on each page. REFERENCE LIST FORMATING: In APA style, we list only the initials of the first and middle name of each author, but in MLA style, we write the entire first and middle name of each other. TITLE PAGE: APA style required a title page, but MLA style does not....
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2010 for the course ENGLISH 159165 taught by Professor Burns during the Spring '10 term at Ill. Chicago.

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