APA/MLA Guidelines provide writers with the information that they need to present their research findings correctly in APA/MLA formatted papers. Because both styles require in-text citations, confusion may set in when writing a paper in MLA. The use of the Guideline will allow you to decide quickly between APA: (Johnson, 2010) or MLA: (Johnson 25). Such information at your fingertips will end the waste of time searching for information and allow you to present a strong credible paper.INTEXT CITATIONS: THE BASICS APA Citation Basics When using APA format, follow the authordate method of intext citation. ... for example, (Jones, 1998), and a complete reference should appear in the reference list at the end of the paper.
|Title||:||Apa/Mla Guidelines (Speedy Study Guides)|
|Publisher||:||Speedy Publishing LLC - 2014-06-21|