Sources and Citations. A. (Year). Title of book. Location: Publisher. Example: Worden, B. L. (1999). Echoing Eden. New York, New York: One Two Press. 4, cite websites. Include the author's name, the complete date, the title of the web page, and the words "retrieved from" with the web address.
You don't need to have several pages of references, just put in the things you used. Don't add things just for the sake of it. You will probably need between 10 and 20 references for most projects. 2, cite articles. Start with the last name and first name of the author, followed by the title of the article, the title of the publication, the volume and issue number, the date, and the pages. The format is as follows: Walter White. Space and Time. New York: Lindon Press, 1982. 4 Cite websites. Write the name of the company or organization, the name of the web page or article, the date it was last modified, and the full web address.
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