A Guide to MLA Documentation

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  • Edition: 6th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 06/18/2003
  • Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing
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Joseph Trimmer's concise guide to the latest edition (2003) of the Modern Language Association documentation system is shorter, cheaper, and -- according to some students and instructors -- easier to use than the MLA's own handbook. This sixth edition of A Guide to MLA Documentation offers only the information that students use most often. Thin and portable enough to slip easily into a book or notebook, take this handy reference with you to the library or the computer lab whenever you're working on a research paper. This new edition contains numerous examples of print and electronic citations, a new student paper, and useful hints on such topics as taking notes, paraphrasing, incorporating quotations, avoiding plagiarism, and other research concerns. The two-color design, easy-to-follow numbering system, and index help make the information accessible and quick to find. Bonus: For research in the social and behavioral sciences, use the APA guidelines found in the Appendix. Updated to reflect the latest APA documentation styles, this text will be useful in writing courses that take a cross-curricular approach. Book jacket.

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