Where credit is due: a guide to proper citing of sources, print and nonprint

Front Cover
Scarecrow Press, Apr 1, 1985 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 252 pages
0 Reviews
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.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

What is the purpose of this style
1
What must you do before starting
7
Do you have to rewrite the full
14
What do sample footnotes look like
21
Where do you put footnotes in
23
Magazine article?
30
Play?
37
Speechlecturesermon?
43
Newspaper article?
108
Short Story?
115
Interview?
121
Dissertation?
128
Filmstrip?
139
Sound recording?
146
Photographic slide?
152
Radio broadcast?
158

Flierposterchart?
50
Adaptation?
56
Filmstrip?
62
Sound recording?
69
Photographic slide?
75
Radio broadcast?
81
What is a bibliography?
95
Pamphlet?
102
Interview?
165
Telephone call?
171
When do you use a checklist for
181
Appendix
189
Glossary
225
Index
239
Copyright

Other editions - View all

About the author (1985)

Shields retired as the Instructional Media Specialist from Brewster High School in Brewster, NY.

Uhle teaches English at Brewster High School.

Bibliographic information