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Pocket Guide To Apa Style

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Edition:
4th
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9780495912637

ISBN10:
0495912638
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2011
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Very useful pocket guide  March 19, 2011
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This textbook is well-organized and well-indexed. It includes brief discussions of writing a paper and avoiding plagiarism. There are lots of examples, clearly identified, and a couple of sample papers so you can see how everything should look. I recommend it for every student that needs to use APA style. It is a great reference guide. It is super-easy to navigate, even for those whose college days are long behind them.






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Summary

The Pocket Guide to APA Style, 4th Edition, is an essential tool for writing research papers across the disciplines!

Concise and thorough, the Pocket Guide offers straightforward explanations, annotated examples, and margin notes designed to help the writer produce properly documented papers in the latest APA style.

Not only less expensive and easier to use than the APA Manual, the Pocket Guide also includes extensive coverage of electronic sources, preparing writers to both evaluate and correctly use Internet references in their research.

Table of Contents

Preface
Writing Scholarly Papers
Subject and Topic
Thesis Statements, Hypotheses, or Stated Objectives
Research Goals
Research Methods
Evaluating Sources
Note-Taking
Plagiarism
Planning
Writing Strategies
Preparing APA Manuscripts
Parts of the Manuscript
General Manuscript Guidelines
Following APA Editorial Style
Punctuation and Mechanics
General Style
Word Choice
Preparing the Reference List and In-Text Citations
The Reference List--An Overview
Information for APA Entries
Format for APA Entries
Alphabetizing the Reference List
In-Text Citations
Quotations
Citing Periodicals
An Article in a Journal With Continuous Paging
An Article in a Journal With Separate Paging
An Abstract
An Article in a Monthly Magazine
An Article in a Weekly Magazine
An Article in a Newspaper
An Article in a Newsletter
An Editorial
A Letter to the Editor
A Review
An Abstract From Dissertation Abstracts International
A Secondary Source
Citing Books and Other Separately Published Materials
A Book by One Author
A Book by Two or More Authors
A Book With No Author Named
A Book With an Organization as Author
An Edition Other Than the First
An Edited Collection
An Original Selection in an Edited Collection
A Previously Published Selection in an Edited Collection
A Revised or Enlarged Edition
A Reprinted Book
A Multivolume Work
An Article in an Encyclopedia or Other Reference Work
A Work in a Series
A Translation
A Government Document--Committee, Commission, Department
A Preface, Introduction, Foreword, Epilogue, or Afterword
A Monograph
A Pamphlet or Brochure
An Unpublished Dissertation
Published Proceedings From a Conference
Multiple Works by the Same Author
A Secondary Source
Citing Audiovisual Sources
A Motion Picture
A Slide Set or Filmstrip
A Television Broadcast
A Radio Broadcast
A Recording
An Interview
A Transcript
A Lecture or Speech
A Work of Art
A Map, Graph, Table, or Chart
Citing Electronic Sources
An Article in an Online Journal
An Article in an Online Magazine
An Article in an Online Newspaper
An Article in an Online Newsletter
An Online Book
An Online Dissertation
An Online Abstract
An Article in an Online Encyclopedia or Other Reference Work
A Professional Website, Information Database, or Scholarly Project
An Online Transcript of a Lecture or Speech
An Online Map, Graph, Table, or Chart
A CD-ROM Source
An E-mail Interview
An Online Video Podcast
An Online Audio Podcast
An Online Posting--Blog or Discussion Group
Examining Sample Papers
Argumentative Paper: "Beyond Birth Order: Recognizing Other Variables"
Experimental Paper: "Students' Reactions to Kinds of Test Questions: A Piece in the Test-Anxiety Puzzle"
Appendix
Poster Presentations
Features of Poster Presentations
Suggestions for Poster Presentations
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