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needed. For other reference books, give the full publication information.
14. Report—MLA Electrical Power Research Institute (EPRI). Epidemiologic Studies of Electric
Utility Employees. (Report No. RP2964.5). Palo Alto, CA: EPRI, Nov. 1994.
Parenthetical reference: (Electrical Power Research Institute [EPRI] 27) If no author is given, begin with the organization that sponsored the report.
For any report or other document with group authorship, as above, include
the group’s abbreviated name in your first parenthetical reference, and then
use only that abbreviation in any subsequent reference.
15. Conference Presentatlon—MLA
Smith, Abelard A. “Radon Concentrations in Molded Concrete.” First British
Symposium in Environmental Engineering. London, 11—13 Oct. 1995. Ed. Anne Hodkins. London: Harrison, 1996. 106—21.
Parenthetical reference: (Smith 109) The above example shows a presentation that has been included in the pub
lished proceedings of a conference. For an unpublished presentation, include
the presenter’s name, the title of the presentation, and the conference title, loca
tion, and date, but do not underline or italicize the conference information.
16. IntervIew, Personally Conducted—MLA
Nasser, Camel. Chief Engineer for Northern Electric. Personal Interview. Rangeley, ME. 2 Apr. 1996.
Parenthetical reference: (Nasser)
17. IntervIew, Publlshed—MLA
Lescault, James. “The Future of Graphics.” Executive Views of Automation. Ed. Karen Prell. Miami: Haber, 1997. 216—31.
Parenthetical reference: (Lescault 218) The interviewee’s name is placed in the entry’s author slot.
18. Letter, Unpubllshed—MLA
I Rogers, Leonard. Letter to the author. 15 May 1993. Parenthetical reference: (Rogers)
19. Questlonnalre—MLA Taylor, Lynne. Questionnaire sent to 612 Massachusetts business
executives. 14 Feb. 1997.
Parenthetical reference: (Taylor) 20. Brochure or Pamphiet—MIA
Investment Strategies for the 21St Century. San Francisco: Blount
Economics Assn., 1997.
Parenthetical reference: (Investment) If the work is signed, begin with its author.
DLjmont, R. A. “Managing Natural Gas.” Lecture. University of
Massachusetts at Dartmouth 15 jan. 1996.
Parenthetical reference: (Dumont) If the lecture title is not known, write Address, Lecture, or Reading but do not
use quotation marks. Include the sponsor and the location if available.
22. Government Document—MLA
Virginia. Highway Dept. Standards for Bridge Maintenance. Richmond:
Virginia Highway Dept.. 1991.
Parenthetical reference: (Virginia Highway Dept. 49) If the author is unknown (as above), list the information in this order: name
of the government,...
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