Where Credit Is Due: A Guide to Proper Citing of Sources - Print and Nonprint

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Januar 1997



Much more than a style guide that teaches students the correct way to set up a footnote, Where Credit is Due provides complete nuts-and-bolts information for all aspects of researching, writing, laying out, and presenting a research or term paper.


Part 1 Introduction Part 2 Purpose Part 3 Printed and noprint research sources Chapter 4 Footnotes Part 5 Definition Part 6 Purpose Part 7 Numbering Part 8 Second and subsequent references Part 9 Traditional notation style Part 10 Modern notation style Chapter 11 Shortened terms Chapter 12 Sample traditional notations Chapter 13 Sample modern notations Chapter 14 Secondary source material Chapter 15 Placement in research/term paper Chapter 16 Footnoting printed materials Part 17 Book Part 18 Pamphlet Part 19 Encylopedia article Part 20 Magazine article Part 21 Newspaper article Part 22 Poem Part 23 Play Part 24 Short Story Part 25 Essay Part 26 Speech/lecture/sermon Part 27 Conference/convention/seminar proceedings Part 28 Interview Part 29 Bible Part 30 Document/questionnaire/survey Part 31 Congressional Record Part 32 Flyer/Poster/chart Part 33 Dissertation Part 34 Correspondence Part 35 Unpublished material Part 36 Vertical file material Part 37 Secondary source material Part 38 Adaptation Chapter 39 Footnoting nonprint material Part 40 Filmstrip Part 41 Media kit Part 42 Motion picture/video recording Part 43 Audio recording Part 44 Computer software Part 45 Microscope slide Part 46 Photographic slide Part 47 Photograph Part 48 Transparency Part 49 Radio broadcast Part 50 Realia Part 51 Speech/lecture/sermon Part 52 Conference/convention/seminar proceedings Part 53 Distance learning Part 54 Interview Part 55 Microform Part 56 Creative arts Part 57 Telephone/conference call Part 58 Bibliography Part 59 Definition Part 60 Types Chapter 61 Numbering Part 62 Multiple works by same author Part 63 Shortened terms Part 64 Sample entries Part 65 Placement Part 66 Entries for printed materials Part 67 Book Part 68 Pamplet Part 69 Encylopedia article Part 70 Magazien article Part 71 Newspaper article Part 72 Poem Part 73 Play Part 74 Short story Part 75 Essay Part 76 Speech/lecture/sermon Part 77 Confernce/convention/seminar proceedings Part 78 Interview Part 79 Bible Part 80 Document/questionnaire/survey Part 81 Congressional Record Part 82 Flyer/poster/chart Part 83 Dissertation Part 84 Correspondence Part 85 Unpublished material Part 86 Verical file material Part 87 Secondary source material Part 88 Adaption Part 89 Entries for nonprint materials Part 90 Filmstrip Part 91 Media kit Part 92 Motion picture/video recording Part 93 Audio recording Part 94 Computer software Part 95 Microscope slide Part 96 Photographic slide Part 97 Photograph Part 98 Transparency Part 99 Radio broadcast Part 100 Realia Part 101 Speech/lecture/sermon Part 102 Conference convention/seminar proceedings Part 103 Distance learning Part 104 Interview Part 105 Microform Part 106 Creative Arts Part 107 Telephone/conference call Part 108 Electronic References Part 109 Checklists Part 110 Content Part 111 Grammar Part 112 Format Part 113 Proofreading Part 114 Word processing Part 115 General Guidelines Part 116 Arrangement of parts of paper Part 117 Explaination of parts of paper Part 118 Title page Part 119 Contents Part 120 Preface/introduction Part 121 Acknowledgments Part 122 Outline Part 123 List of tables Part 124 List of illustrations Part 125 Abstract Part 126 Text Part 127 Footnotes/endnotes Part 128 Bibliography Part 129 Supplementary Bibliography Part 130 Appendix Part 131 Chronology Part 132 Half title page Part 133 Glossary Part 134 Index Part 135 Appendix A; Underlining/quotation marks/italics Part 136 Appendix B: Abbreviations Part 137 Appendix C: Sample pages Part 138 Glossary Part 139 Index Part 140 About the Authors


Nancy E. Shields retired as the Instructional Media Specialist from Brewster High School in Brewster, NY. Mary E. Uhle teaches English at Brewster High School.


...exactly what the librarian needs to provide students with up-to-date styles for documentation in their writing...highly recommended. The Book Report Students...can use this [book] and its helpful checklists for the research paper process to get their citations right and give themselves time to focus on the content of the sources cited. Rettig On Reference ...the beginning researcher will likely find Where Credit Is Due an indispensable guide through the maze of writing a properly credited academic paper, more advanced students will be able to utilize the means of crediting nonprint and electronic information that similar, older works might not contain. American Reference Books Annual This excellent text should be mandatory reading for all secondary school and university students and their teachers. Copies of this text should also be available for loan and reference use in every library. It is comprehensive in its coverage of a wide variety of citation sources...this little gem of a publication will save considerable heartache for students and reference librarians alike. Australian Library Journal ...takes citation to the next level...It contains all you ever wanted to know: how to cite a telephone interview, a statue, or a television program. The introduction contains a good checklist of types of sources... VOYA A research recipe book. Knowledge Quest
EAN: 9780810832114
ISBN: 0810832119
Untertitel: Revised. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1997
Seitenanzahl: 208 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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