How to cite a book with publishers but no author IN an essay / research paper.
I have to write a research paper, but the book I’m using doesn’t have an author – just a publisher… which is JIST publishing. how would i cite it IN an essay? I know how to cite it on the works cited already. I just don’t know how to do an In-Text Citation with it. Help, please?
Mention the name of the book in your quote: “According to This Book, there is evidence that…blah blah blah.”Then close the citation with (Publisher, Pages).I’d take a close look to see if an editor is listed. If so, use the editor’s name in place of the author (Author, Pages).
How do I CORRECTLY write the name of a website in an essay.
such as: According to abortionfacts.com, one out of every three teenagers will have an abortion.Would I need to underline the website, or do something else to it, or can I write the website in just like that?
Just underline it, like you would with a book.
how to pardon the spelling of a name in an essay.
I am writing a paper and there is the name of a person which I am writing about. I’ve only heard the name, I haven’t seen it written so I don’t know if it is the correct spelling. Should I leave it the way I think it’s spelled? Or should I add in parenthesis or following a comma that the spelling…
Try Googling the name, using whatever spelling you think might be correct. Google suggests alternatives. You could also try looking up the phone book and use whichever spelling of the name has the most entries.
how to write the name of a movie in an essay.
im writing an essay comparing the movie the matrix and platos cave analogy and i want to write… of the matrix and in the matrix and im not sure what format it is to write the name of a movie in an essay, like i no a book u have to put quotations or underline it but im not sure for an movie. please and thank you!
http://ollie.dcccd.edu/library/Module4/M…From the looks of it you underline.
How to write the name of a book..
When you mention a book title in an essay, book review, etc., do you put it in quotation marks, underline, or what? I keep on getting confused about which one. Just a ordinary book.
When you are giving a reference in your writing (whatever it is) you need to follow same style of writing in your paper. for example APA or any other. Therefore, you need to mention the name of book plus writer and date of published. for instance, you can write like thisSenge (1994) in his book, “The Fifth Discipline”,write…..good luck
i forget how to cite a book after a quote in an essay.
could someone tlel me how? cuz i’m writing a book review for ela on the beatles biography i read. i used a quote and i want to know how to cite it? thank you!
In text citation-MLA? (Author’s Last Name Page #)example a quote from page 3 and 4 from Redwall by Brian Jaques would be cited as (Jaques 3-4)need some more help try here:http://www.citationmachine.net/
How to Write a Essay.
How to write a Expository in Comparison & Contrast Format?
For general essays, but its covers much of the content: http://www.learningsupport.utas.edu.au/Resources/essays.htmFor compare and contrast:http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/comparing-and-contrasting/You can use block methode if you compare X and Y, for example:Par1: x is blehbleh bleh while y is blehluluhhhhlaaa on aspect aPar2:x is blehbleh bleh while y is blehluluhhhhlaaa on aspect bPar3:x is blehbleh bleh while y is blehluluhhhhlaaa on aspect cORPar1: x is a-b-cPar2: y is a-b-cPar3: nuance your point of viewHow to cite: Citation Guidelines Winter 2012In order to avoid plagiarism, you should follow the following guidelines in citing texts. Be sure to put all material being used from a different source in quotation marks (start and end of each individual citation). Place the reference information at the bottom of the page where the cited portion appears.References from books:References to an entire book should include the following elements: author(s) or editor(s); the complete title; edition, if indicated; place of publication; the shortened name of the publisher; date of publicationEx.: Nabokov, Vladimir. Lolita. New York: Putnam, 1955.Article in a book:Ex.: Kowalewski, Michael. “Jack Kerouac and the Beats in San Francisco.” San Francisco in Fiction: Essays in a Regional Literature. Ed. David Fine and Paul Skenazy. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico P, 1995. 126-43.Journal article:Ex.: Shefter, Martin. “Institutional Conflict over Presidential Appointments: The Case of Clarence Thomas.” PS: Political Science & Politics 25.4 (1992): 676-79.Magazine article:Ex.: Pirisi, Angela. “Eye-catching advertisements.” Psychology Today Jan.-Feb. 1997: 14. Print.Film or video recording:Ex.: Annie Hall. Dir. Woody Allen. 1977. Videocassette. MGM/UA Home Video, 1991.Web pageThis example includes the URL.Ex.: Cornell University Library. “Introduction to Research.” Cornell University Library. Cornell University, 2009. Web. 19 June 2009 .http://www.library.cornell.edu/resrch/intro>.
How to quote a quote from a book in an essay.
In the book it is written “Is good to know to read.” If I am quoting this in my essay would it be like this?‘ “ Is good to know to read” ‘, said Baumer.
If the quote ends with a period, replace it with a comma and add the period after the reference.For any other punctuation, you ought to leave it as is and compliment the end of the sentence with a period. (Exception: if you use a quote withing your own statement.”I walked alone,” said Mark.”I walked alone,” (Twain, Mark). ~> if using additional quotes from the same author use last name only after writing his/her full name for the first time [last, first]. If the work is mostly taking from a specific piece, use page number instead of author’s name.”Did I walk alone?” asked Jorge.”I love you!” she exclaimed.Other Examples:”I don’t care what you think anymore,” she said, jauntily tossing back her hair and looking askance at Edward.”What do you mean?” he replied.”What do you mean, ‘What do I mean?'” Alberta sniffed. She was becoming impatient and wished that she were elsewhere.”You know darn well what I mean!” Edward huffed.”Have it your way,” Alberta added, “if that’s how you feel.”
How to cite dialogue from a book in an essay.
I need to quote this in an essay.It is written in the book like this….Polus: Then, according to your doctrine, the said Archhelaus is miserable?Socrates: Yes, my friend, if he is wicked.Do i have to put quotations around the name? leave the names out or what?
You leave the names out during the quote. Instead try to integrate what is going on into your own sentence, like this: As the police investigate, he is convinced “they [are] making a mockery of [his] horror!” (Poe 183). This is from Telltale Heart. There are a couple things you need to remember.-You need to write it as it’s seen in the quote, which is why the “they” isn’t capitalized and I’ve included the ! .-You need to edit to keep whatever you’re quoting in present tense, because in the original quote it says “were” instead of “are”, and since I changed it I put the changed word in square brackets, which you will need to do. You need to paraphrase some things and put them in square brackets because the quote won’t make much sense without it.-Since I have integrated this into my own sentence, I have to change “my” to “his”. If you don’t want to do something like that you could change it to something like: As the police investigated the old man’s disappearance, he thinks, “They were making a mockery of my horror!” (Poe 183).-You cite it right after the quote is done, in brackets, saying (Poe [who the author of the quote is] 183 [and the page number it’s found on]). [include the punctuation for the entire quote at the end of the citation, so that ! doesn’t act as end punctuation, it’s part of the quote]. And that’s all.But I think you would be better off with a long quote, which the above doesn’t apply to. And not to discount everything I’ve said so far but you should know the basics before you go into the complex stuff. There are a couple differences:-You put the long quote on a new line, introducing the scenario with a small sentence, saying something like: Frankenstein speaks [key word, speaks] of the absolute devastation [introduce an emotion] he feels following the death [scenario] of his childhood companion, Justine: [use a colon to introduce a long quote].-Then you put the quote itself, start on a new line and double indent, and keep that double indent for every line of the quote. Continuing from above, it should look like:[Double indent] “I wept bitterly, and wished that peace would revisit my mind only that I might afford [my family] consolation and happiness. But that could not be. Remorse extinguished every hope.” (Shelly 62)-I said the key word was “speaks” in the segue sentence, which is why there are ” “‘s around this long quote. If your long quote is narration, it won’t need quotation marks. Since yours contains some, just put them around the parts that are spoken.-End punctuation goes inside the quotation this time, and the cite can stand on it’s own.-I needed to put [my family] in there because the original quote it said “them” and I need to clarify.-And then you can return to your regular paragraph.Okay, I hope that was helpful.
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