History of Jazz Final Exam Paper Information

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.) The very last page of the paper begins with the heading BIBLIOGRAPHY or WORKS CITED . This page is not numbered either. On this page is listed all sources you used in putting together your paper. Sources should be listed in alphabetical order by author's last name. The word bibliography refers to books and other print materials. If you also consulted and used recordings, conducted interviews, etc. you will want to use WORKS CITED as your heading. An alternate way you can list the sources is to have two headings on the same page and just list the books and print materials under BIBLIOGRAPHY and the other sources under WORKS CITED. Bibliography, Single-author book: Author's Last Name, Author's First Name. Title of Book . Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Some books, particularly primary sources, may not have an author in the strictest sense.
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In that case, simply begin with the title and use that for your alphabetical list in your bibliography. If the source goes on to a second line, the second line and all subsequent lines in that bibliographic entry should be indented five spaces. Bibliography, Internet Source: Author's Last Name, Author's First Name. “Title of Document.” Name of Web Site, Complete WWW Address, Date Downloaded. Again, if the source goes on to a second line, the second line and all subsequent lines in that bibliographic entry should be indented five spaces. More information on how to do the bibliography can be found at:
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