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APA_overview_6_BBf10 - No Date on a Source Use the...

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No Date on a Source Use the abbreviation of n.d in place of a date Stands for no date. The author of “Advertising and Girls” (n.d.) suggests that the lack of a large sample is a limitation. You would list this citation on the refs page as you would any other journal listing but, again, where the date would 1
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2 The Reference List The Reference List
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Reference list rules A reference list is provided at the end of all papers to assist readers in identifying and retrieving sources. Only include references for material cited in your paper. Note that this is what differentiates a reference list from a bibliography. 3
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Reference list rules Items in your reference list should be listed alphabetically by the first author’s surname. The list is double spaced and formatted using a hanging indent (i.e., the second line of each item is indented five spaces). 4
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Reference list rules There are five core elements to each listing: Element One = author Element Two = year Element Three = title of article/ chapter Element Four = name of journal/ book Element Five = publisher location and name 5
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Reference list rules Start the reference list on a new page Type the word ‘References’ center top of page Double space ALL LINES between and within entries Use a hanging indent format Arrange alphabetically If same first author – arrange by year of publication Use ‘and’ for in-text and ‘&’ for ref page citations 6
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Publishers’ Locations: You are required to list the publisher’s city and state for all books. If the publisher is a university you do not have to restate the name of the state if it appears in the name of the school. Several Works by the Same Author: Arrange the references chronologically starting with the earliest date. Sources by both Author Individually and with Others: In this case list the individual reference first, followed by the group publications. 7
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course CAP 321 taught by Professor Professorwalz during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State.

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