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Citations Continued Multiple sources – separated by semicolon,
(Burke, 1998; Perez, 1992; Wilhite, 2001) Personal communication (not included in references)
(T.K. Lutes, personal communication,
September 19, 2001) Reference List – General
Guidelines On a separate page References (the title) is centered on top line Alphabetical list of works cited If same author cited more than once,
chronologically listed Double spaced Hanging indent Titles of works and volume number in italics Reference List – Journal Article Mellers, B. A. (2000). Choice and the relative
pleasure of consequences. Psychological
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Aristotelian good life model: Integration of
values into therapeutic recreation services.
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lexicon. Journal of Health. Reference List – Book Noguchi, R. R. (1991). Grammar and the
teaching of writing: Limits and possibilities .
Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of
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Diversity and the recreation profession:
Organizational perspectives. State College,
PA: Venture. American Psychiatric Association. (1994).
Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental Reference List – Book Chapter Adkins, L. (1998). Feminist theory and
economic change. In S. Jackson & J. Jones
(Eds.), Contemporary feminist theories (pp.
34-49). Washington Square, NY: New York
University. Reference List – Electronic Media Whitton, J. (1998, July). Videocounseling for
rural teens with epilepsy. Telehealth News,
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1997 sourcebook of federal sentencing
statistics. Retrieved December 8, 1999,
from http://www.ussc.gov/ annrpt/
1997/sbtoc97.htm Reference List – Electronic Media
Continued Mulroy, D. (2001). The war against grammar.
Retrieved June 28, 2001, from
ATEG/Mono/Mulroy/War.htm Questions? Review of Capitalization Manuscript page header: Just the important words Review of Capitalization Running ALL head: CAPITAL LETTERS Review of Capitalization Book edition (ed.) Person is an editor (Ed.) Reducing Bias in Language Be
– more specific, not less Age ranges rather than broad categories
Men and women – rather than generic “mankind”
Avoid the generic “he”
Specific ethnic or racial labeling Mention differences only when relevant Be Sensitive to Labels Respect people’s preferences Avoid labeling when possible
Example: the depressed, LDs, the elderly Use “people first” language
Example: people over the age of 65, people
with learning disabilities Standards of Comparison Be aware of hidden standards that compare
the study group to an invisible (standard)
Example: “culturally deprived” (by what
standard?) Unparallel nouns
Example: man and wife - Instead: husband
and wife Standards of Comparison
Continued Avoid abnormal/normal comparisons
Example: Lesbians and the general public Instead: Lesbians and women identified as
Example: People with disabilities and normal
people – Instead: People with disabilities and
people without disabilities Acknowledge Participation Repl...
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