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MLA style manual and guide to scholarly publishing.

Auteur : Joseph Gibaldi
Éditeur : New York : Modern Language Association of America, 2008.
Édition/format :   Livre : Anglais : 3rd edVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
Résumé :
Provides information on stylistic aspects of research papers, theses, and dissertations, including sections on writing fundamentals, MLA documentation style, and copyright law.
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Genre/forme : Handbooks, manuals, etc
Style manuals
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Joseph Gibaldi
ISBN : 9780873522977 0873522974 9780873522984 0873522982
Numéro OCLC : 740149620
Notes : Rev. ed. of: MLA style manual and guide to scholarly publishing / Joseph Gibaldi. 2nd ed. 1998.
Description : xxiv, 336 p. ; 24 cm.
Contenu : Foreword / Domna C. Stanton --
Preface / David G. Nicholls --
1. Scholarly publishing. Scholars and scholarly publishing --
Refereed and nonrefereed publications --
Deciding to submit a manuscript --
Placing a manuscript with a journal: Scholarly journals ; Types of scholarly articles ; Selecting a journal ; Submitting a manuscript to a journal ; Evaluation of a manuscript ; Acceptance of a manuscript --
Placing a manuscript with a press: Scholarly presses ; Types of scholarly books ; Selecting a press ; Submitting a prospectus for a book ; Submitting a manuscript to a press ; Evaluation of a manuscript ; Acceptance of a manuscript --
Production and publication: Copyediting ; Proofreading ; Preparing an index ; Design ; Composition, printing, binding, electronic production ; Marketing --
Conclusion 2. Legal issues in scholarly publishing. Introduction --
Copyright: Development of copyright law in the United States ; Subject matter of copyright ; Ownership of copyright --
Co-ownership of copyright ; Works made for hire ; Material objects ; Term of copyright ; Registration of copyright ; Copyright notice ; Renewal of copyright ; Rights of copyright owners ; Transfers and terminations ; Fair use of copyrighted works ; Requesting permission ; Damages for copyright infringement and attorney's fees ; International copyright ; Copyright and computer networks --
Publishing Contracts: Books ; Journal articles and contributions to edited works --
Defamation: Libel ; Opinion ; Truth as defense ; Actual malice --
Right of privacy: Emergence of privacy law ; Unreasonable publicity of private life ; Publicity placing another in a false light ; Consent as defense --
Further guidance 3. Basics of scholarly writing. Audience, genre, and the conventions of scholarship --
Language and style --
Spelling: Consistency and choice of spelling ; Word division ; Plurals ; Accents ; Umlauts ; Ligatures and other special characters --
Punctuation: Purpose of punctuation ; Commas ; Semicolons ; Colons ; Dashes and parentheses ; Hyphens ; Apostrophes ; Quotation marks ; Square brackets ; Slashes ; Periods, question marks, and exclamation points ; Spacing after concluding punctuation marks --
Italics: Words and letters referred to as words and letters ; Foreign words in an English text ; Emphasis --
Names of persons: First and subsequent uses of names ; Titles of persons ; Names of authors and fictional characters ; Dutch and German names ; French names ; Greek names ; Hungarian names ; Italian names ; Russian names ; Spanish names ; Latin names ; Asian names ; Names in other languages --
Capitalization: English ; French ; German ; Italian ; Portuguese ; Russian ; Spanish ; Latin ; Other languages --
Titles of works in the manuscript: General guidelines ; Italicized titles ; Titles in quotation marks ; Titles and quotations within titles ; Exceptions ; Shortened titles --
Quotations: Accuracy of quotations ; Prose ; Poetry ; Drama ; Ellipsis ; Other alterations of sources ; Punctuation with quotations ; Translations of quotations --
Numbers: Arabic numerals ; Use of words or numerals ; Commas in numbers ; Percentages and amounts of money ; Dates and times of the day ; Inclusive numbers ; Roman numerals --
Romanization --
Further guidance 4. Preparation of scholarly manuscripts. Introduction --
Physical characteristics of the printed manuscript: Divisions of the text ; Margins ; Text formatting ; Title and author's name ; Page numbers ; Tables and illustrations ; Paper and printing ; Corrections and revisions ; Binding --
Manuscripts for publication --
5. Preparation of theses and dissertations. Student works as professional documents --
Prescribed guidelines --
Selecting a topic --
Preparing a prospectus --
Special format requirements: Theses and dissertations as published works ; Divisions of the text ; Page numbers ; Margins ; Spacing ; Binding of print copies ; Submission of electronic files --
Publishing the dissertation through ProQuest: Terms of agreement ; Abstract ; Copyright ; Permissions 6. Documentation : preparing the list of works cited. The purposes of documentation --
Documentation and ethics --
MLA style --
The list of works cited: Introduction ; Placement of the list of works cited ; Arrangement of entries ; Two or more works by the same author ; Two or more works by the same authors ; Cross-references --
Citing periodical print publications: Introduction ; An article in a scholarly journal ; An article in a scholarly journal that uses only issue numbers ; An article in a scholarly journal with more than one series ; An article in a newspaper ; An article in a magazine ; A review ; An abstract in an abstracts journal ; An anonymous article ; An editorial ; A letter to the editor ; A serialized article ; A special issue --
Citing nonperiodical print publications: Introduction ; A book by a single author ; An anthology or a compilation ; A book by two or more authors ; A book by a corporate author ; A work in an anthology ; An article in a reference book ; An introduction, a preface, a foreword, or an afterword ; An anonymous book ; A scholarly edition ; A translation ; An illustrated book or a graphic narrative ; A book published in a second or subsequent edition ; A multivolume work ; A book in a series ; A republished book or journal issue ; A publisher's imprint ; A book with multiple publishers ; A brochure, pamphlet, or press release ; A government publication ; The published proceedings of a conference ; A book in a language other than English ; A book published before 1900 ; A book without stated publication ; Information or pagination ; An unpublished dissertation ; A published dissertation --
Citing web publications: Introduction ; A nonperiodical publication ; A scholarly journal ; A periodical publication in an online database --
Citing additional common sources: A television or radio broadcast ; A sound recording ; A film or a video recording ; A performance ; A musical score ; A work of visual art ; An interview ; A map or chart ; A cartoon or comic strip ; An advertisement ; A lecture, a speech, an address, or a reading ; A manuscript or typescript ; A letter, a memo, or an e-mail message ; A legal source ; An article in a microform collection of articles ; An article reprinted in a loose-leaf collection of articles ; A publication on CD-ROM or DVD-ROM ; A digital file --
A work in more than one publication medium 7. Documentation : citing sources in the text. Parenthetical documentation and the list of works cited --
Information required in parenthetical documentation --
Readability --
Sample references: Citing an entire work, including a work with no page numbers ; Citing part of a work ; Citing volume and page numbers of a multivolume work ; Citing a work listed by title ; Citing a work by a corporate author ; Citing two or more works by the same author or authors ; Citing indirect sources ; Citing common literature ; Citing more than one work in a single parenthetical reference ; Citing a book with signatures and no page numbers --
Using notes with parenthetical documentation: Content notes ; Bibliographic notes 8. Abbreviations. Introduction --
Time designations --
Geographic names --
Common scholarly abbreviations and reference words --
Publishers' names --
Titles of works: Bible ; Works by Shakespeare ; Works by Chaucer ; Other works --
Names of languages --
Proofreading symbols: Symbols used in the text ; Symbols used in the margin ; Sample marked proof --
Appendix : Specialized style manuals --
Sources of Examples in 3.4-5 --

Résumé :

Reorganized and revised, the third edition of the MLA Style Manual offers complete, up-to-date guidance on writing scholarly texts, documenting research sources, submitting manuscripts to publishers,  Lire la suite...


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