References cite all ideas, concepts, text, data that are not your own if you make a statement, back it up with your own data or a reference all references cited in the text must be listed cite single-author references by the surname of the author (followed by date of the publication in parenthesis).
It is acceptable to put the initials of the individual authors behind their last names, e.g. Pfirman, S.L., Stute, M., Simpson, H.J., and Hays, J (1996) Undergraduate research at. Simpson and Hays (1994) cite more than double-author references by the surname of the first author followed by et al. And then the date of the publication e.g. Pfirman, Simpson and Hays would be: Pfirman et al.
Directions: This web page explains the different parts to a thesis statement and helps you create your own. You can click on the example button in each section to see an example of a thesis statement.
Either write the topic your teacher has assigned or the topic you have chosen in the space provided. What do you have an opinion about? What are some things that interest you?
(1994) do not use footnotes list all references cited in the text in alphabetical order using the following format for different types of material: Hunt, S. (1966) Carbohydrate and amino acid composition of the egg capsules of the whelk. Topics are just general categories-school, fishing, parenting, hunting, cars, womens rights, racial issues, the law, etc. Type the topic of your essay in the box below. 2. The Position, what is one thing about your topic that you believe to be true, and that you wish to argue? Bonani (1995) A high altitude continental paleotemperature record derived from noble gases dissolved in groundwater from the San Juan Basin, New Mexico. Quat. Res., 43, 209-220. New York Times PCBs in the Hudson still an issue, A2.