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A book with one author A book with one author could be formatted in any of the following ways: In–Text Citation Sample 1 According to Lunsford (2009), new writing spaces created by technology require the writer to focus on the audience and on the writing purpose more than ever before. Sample 2 Writers today have many writing spaces created from new technologies that influence how writers approach a rhetorical situation (Lunsford, 2009). Sample 3 Lunsford (2009) stated, “Today, perhaps more than ever before, everyone can be a writer—every day” (p. vi). [Note: Page or paragraph numbers are always included with the in-text citation when direct quotations are used.] Reference Page Citation Lunsford, A. A. (2009). The everyday writer (4th ed.). Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin’s. In–Text Citation Sample 4 Cleckley (1997) noted that diversity in the classroom prepared young Americans for work in a global society. Sample 5 Diversity in the classroom prepared young Americans for work in a global society was the idea presented by well–known scholar Betty Jane Cleckley (1997). Sample 6 Cleckley (1997) stated, “Because youth have had experience working and playing with children of other races and cultures while growing up, they will be better able to interact with those of other cultures when working within intercultural corporations” (p. 37). Reference Page Citation Cleckley, B. (1997). Strategies for promoting pluralism in education and the workplace. Westport, CT: Praeger.
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A book with two or more authors could be formatted in any of the following ways: In–Text Citation Sample 1 Often, people compare Caldwell and Thomason’s book (2004) to The DaVinci Code because of the brilliant writing and historical context. Sample 2 The Rule of Four (Caldwell & Thomason, 2004) has been compared to Dan Brown’s The DaVinci Code. Sample 3 The novel is described as “an encyclopedia masquerading as a novel” and as “a dissertation on Reference Page Citation Caldwell, I., & Thomason, D. (2004). The rule of four. New York, NY: Dial. In–Text Citation Sample 4 Mandelbrot and Hudson (2004) have combined Mandelbrot’s mathematical framework with Hudson’s knowledge of Wall Street to produce a must–read for any serious investor. Sample 5 For the individual who manages money for a living, one of the best books on the market is The Misbehavior of Markets by Mandelbrot and Hudson (2004). Sample 6 Mandelbrot and Hudson (2004) stated, “This equilibrium market clearing price is automatically interpreted as being the mean of a normal probability distribution” (p. 46). Reference Page Citation
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