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APA/MLA : guidelines

Author: Thomas Smith; BarCharts, Inc.
Publisher: [Boca Raton, Florida] : BarCharts, Inc., ©2011.
Series: QuickStudy academic.
Edition/Format:   Image : Chart : English
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Material Type: Chart
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Smith; BarCharts, Inc.
ISBN: 9781423217589 1423217586
OCLC Number: 826932106
Notes: "Author: Thomas Smith"--P. 6.
6-page laminated reference guide with three punched holes.
"Quick study academic"--P. 1.
"World's #1 academic outline"--P. 1.
"Introduction: This is a brief guide to American Psychological Association (APA) and Modern Language Association (MLA) rules used in academic writing. Important: The rules covered in this guide are accurate according to APA 6th edition (2009) and MLA 7th edition (2009); each new APA/MLA edition contains changes and additions not found in previous editions."--P. 1.
Description: 1 folded sheet (6 p.) ; 29 x 64 cm., folded to 29 x 22 cm.
Contents: What is APA style? --
Writing for the behavioral & social sciences --
Manuscript structure & content --
Writing clearly & concisely --
The mechanics of style --
Statistics in text --
Paper format --
Reference List --
Citing sources in the text --
What is MLA style? --
Research and writing --
Plagiarism & academic integrity --
Research paper format --
Citing sources in the text --
Mechanics of writing --
Works cited list.
Series Title: QuickStudy academic.
Other Titles: American Psychological Association/Modern Language Association :
Responsibility: Thomas Smith.

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