Contents

Introduction

Why Create One?

Where Does it Go?

Which Sources are Included?

MLA Style Example

APA Style Example

Avoiding Problems

 

How to Create a Works Cited or References List : A Research Guide by Mike Palmquist

Avoiding Problems: Books

For MLA style:

Westermann, Mariët. A Wordly Art: The Dutch Republic 1585-1718. London: Callmann, 1996.

For APA style:

Westermann, M. (1996). A Wordly Art: The Dutch Republic 1585-1718. London: Calmann Press.

For Chicago style:

Westermann, Mariët. A Wordly Art: The Dutch Republic 1585-1718. London: Calmann Press, 1996.

For CSE style: (note: the #3 refers to the order of the source's appearance in the text)

3. Westermann, M. A wordly art: the dutch republic 1585-1718. London: Calmann Press; 1996. 192 p.

Imagine one of the sources you are citing in your project document is MariŽt Westermann's book, A Wordly Art: The Dutch Republic 1585-1718. The book was published by Calmann Press in London in 1996 and is 192 pages in length.

Consult the appropriate styles on the right to see how this source would be cited in a works cited or references list.

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