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COM 172 Week 2 Week Two Exercises

Instructions
Complete the following University of Phoenix Materials:
• Citing Sources Practice - Books
• Citing Sources Practice - Periodicals
• Citing Sources Practice - Electronic Sources
Submit your answers to the provided exercises as separate Microsoft® Word® attachments.

Citing Sources Practice - Books

Select the correct answer for each question below.

1. William Vollmann wrote the book Europe Central. It was published in 2005 by Viking in New York City. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Vollmanm, W. (2005). Europe central. New York, NY: Viking.

Example 2
W. Vollmanm (2005). Europe central. New York, NY: Viking.

Example 3
Vollmanm, William. Europe central. (2005). New York, NY: Viking.

Example 4
Vollmanm, W. (2005). Europe central. Viking: New York.


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2. Harold Pinter wrote the book Death etc. It was published in 2005 by Grove Press in New York City. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Pinter, H. (2005). Death etc. Grove Press: New York, NY.

Example 2
Pinter, H. (2005). Death etc. New York, NY: Grove Press.

Example 3
Pinter, H. Death etc. (2005). New York, NY: Grove Press.

Example 4
Pinter, H. Death etc. New York, NY: Grove Press, 2005.


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3. Ellen Meloy wrote the book Eating Stone: Imagination and the Loss of the Wild. It was published in 2005 by Pantheon in New York City. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
(2005). Meloy, E. Eating stone: Imagination and the loss of the wild. New York, NY: Pantheon.

Example 2
Meloy, E. Eating stone: Imagination and the loss of the wild. (2005). New York, NY: Pantheon.

Example 3
Meloy, Ellen. (2005). Eating stone: Imagination and the loss of the wild. New York, NY: Pantheon.

Example 4
Meloy, E. (2005). Eating stone: Imagination and the loss of the wild. New York, NY: Pantheon.

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4. Doris Kearns Goodwin wrote the book Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln. It was published in 2005 by Simon & Schuster in New York City. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Team of rivals: The political genius of Abraham Lincoln. Goodwin, D. K. (2005). New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.

Example 2
Goodwin, D. K. (2005). Team of rivals: The political genius of Abraham Lincoln. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.

Example 3
Goodwin, D. K. (2005). Simon & Schuster.Team of rivals: The political genius of Abraham Lincoln. New York, NY.

Example 4
Goodwin, Doris Kearns (2005). Team of rivals: The political genius of Abraham Lincoln. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.

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5. Nicholson Baker wrote the book Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper. It was published in 2001 by Random House in New York City. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Baker, N. Double fold: Libraries and the assault on paper. (2001). New York: Random House.

Example 2
Baker, N. Double fold: Libraries and the assault on paper. New York: Random House, (2001).

Example 3
Baker, N. (2001). Double fold: Libraries and the assault on paper. New York: Random House.

Example 4
Baker, Nicholson. (2001). Double fold: Libraries and the assault on paper. New York: Random House.

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6. Susan Komives, Nance Lucas, and Timothy McMahon wrote the book Exploring Leadership: For College Students Who Want to Make a Difference. It was published in 1998 by Jossey Bass in San Francisco. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Komives, S., Lucas, N., & McMahon, T. (1998). San Francisco, CA: Exploring leadership: For college students who want to make a difference. Jossey Bass.

Example 2
Komives, S., et al. (1998). Exploring leadership: For college students who want to make a difference. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass.

Example 3
Komives, S., Lucas, N., & McMahon, T. (1998). Exploring leadership: For college students who want to make a difference. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass.

Example 4
Komives, S., N., Lucas, N., & T. McMahon, (1998). Exploring leadership: For college students who want to make a difference. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass.

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7. Annette Rottenberg and Donna Haisty Winchell wrote the book Elements of Arguments: A Text and Reader. The eighth edition was published in 2005 by Bedford in Boston. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Rottenberg, A., & Winchell, D. H. (2005). Elements of arguments: A text and reader (8th ed.). Boston, MA: Bedford.

Example 2
Rottenberg, A., & Winchell, D. H. (2005). Elements of arguments: A text and reader. Boston, MA: Bedford.

Example 3
Rottenberg, A., et al. (2005). Elements of arguments: A text and reader (8th ed.). Boston, MA: Bedford.

Example 4
Rottenberg, A., & Winchell, D. H. (2005). Elements of arguments: A text and reader. Boston, MA: Bedford (8th ed.)


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8. Stewart O'Nan and Stephen King wrote the book Faithful: Two Diehard Boston Red Sox Fans Chronicle the Historic 2004 Season. It was published in 2004 by Scribner in New York City. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.


Example 1
O’Nan, S., & King, S. (2004). Faithful: Two diehard Boston Red Sox fans chronicle the historic 2004 season. New York: NY: Scribner.

Example 2
O’Nan, S., et al. (2004). Faithful: Two diehard Boston Red Sox fans chronicle the historic 2004 season. New York: NY: Scribner.

Example 3
O’Nan, S., and King, S. Faithful: Two diehard Boston Red Sox fans chronicle the historic 2004 season. New York: NY: Scribner, 2004.

Example 4
O’Nan, S., and King, S. (2004). Faithful: Two diehard Boston Red Sox fans chronicle the historic 2004 season. New York: NY: Scribner.

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9. Percival Davis, Dean H. Kenyon, and Charles B. Thaxton wrote the book Of Pandas and People: The Central Question of Biological Origins. The second edition was published in 1993 by Haughton Publishing Company in Dallas, Texas. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.


Example 1
Of pandas and people: The central question of biological origins. Davis, P., Kenyon, D. H., & Thaxton, C. B. (1993). (2nd ed.). Dallas, TX: Haughton.

Example 2
Dais, P., et al. (1993). Of pandas and people: The central question of biological origins (2nd ed.). Dallas, TX: Haughton.

Example 3
Dais, P., Kenyon, D. H., & Thaxton, C. B. (1993). Of pandas and people: The central question of biological origins. Dallas, TX: Haughton.

Example 4
Dais, P., Kenyon, D. H., & Thaxton, C. B. (1993). Of pandas and people: The central question of biological origins (2nd ed.). Dallas, TX: Haughton.


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10. Michael George, John Maxey, David Rowlands, and Mark Price wrote the book The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook: A Quick Reference Guide to 100 Tools for Improving Quality and Speed. It was published in 2005 by McGraw-Hill in New York City. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.


Example 1
George, M., et al. (2005). The lean Six Sigma pocket toolbook: A quick reference guide to 100 tools for improving quality and speed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Example 2
George, M., Maxey, J., Rowlands, D., & Price, M. (2005). The lean Six Sigma pocket toolbook: A quick reference guide to 100 tools for improving quality and speed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Example 3
George, M., Maxey, J., Rowlands, D., & Price, M. The lean Six Sigma pocket toolbook: A quick reference guide to 100 tools for improving quality and speed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Example 4
George, M., Maxey, J., Rwolands, D., & Price, M. (2005). The lean Six Sigma pocket toolbook: A quick reference guide to 100 tools for improving quality and speed. McGraw-Hill: New York, NY.

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11, Mark Minasi, Christa Anderson, Michele Beveridge, Lisa Justice, and C. A. Callahan wrote Mastering Windows Server 2003. It was published in 2003 by Sybex in Alameda, California. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.


Example 1
Minasi, M., et al. (2003). Mastering Windows Server 2003. Alameda, CA: Sybex.

Example 2
Minasi, M., Anderson, C., Beveridge, M., Justice, L., & Callahan, C. A. (2003). Mastering Windows Server 2003. Alameda, CA: Sybex.

Example 3
Minasi, M., Anderson, C., Beveridge, M., Justice, L., & Callahan, C. A. Mastering Windows Server 2003. Alameda, CA: Sybex. (2003).

Example 4
Minasi, M., Anderson, C., Beveridge, M., Justice, L., & Callahan, C. A. (2003). Alameda, CA: Sybex. Mastering Windows Server 2003.


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12. Jane Nelsen, Cheryl Erwin, and Roslyn Duffy wrote Positive Discipline for Preschoolers. The second edition was published in 1998 by Prima Publishing in Roseville, California. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.


Example 1
Nelsen, J., Erwin, C., & Duffy, R. Positive discipline for preschoolers (2nd ed.). Roseville, CA: Prima, 1998.

Example 2
Nelsen, J., Erwin, C., & Duffy, R. Positive discipline for preschoolers (2nd ed.). Roseville, CA: Prima, 1998.

Example 3
Nelsen, J., Erwin, C., & Duffy, R. Positive discipline for preschoolers (2nd ed.). Roseville, CA: Prima, 1998.

Example 4
Nelsen, J., Erwin, C., & Duffy, R. Positive discipline for preschoolers (2nd ed.). Roseville, CA: Prima, 1998.

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13. Elfriede Jelinek wrote the book The Piano Teacher. It was translated by Joachim Neugroschel and published in 1999 by Serpent's Tail
Publishing in London, England. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.


Example 1
Jelinek, E. (1999). The piano teacher (J. Neugroschel, Trans.). London, England: Serpent’s Tail.

Example 2
Jelinek, E. (1999). The piano teacher. London, England: Serpent’s Tail. (J. Neugroschel, Trans.).

Example 3
Jelinek, E. (1999). The piano teacher. London, England: Serpent’s Tail.

Example 4
Jelinek, E. (1999). The piano teacher (J. Neugroschel.). London, England: Serpent’s Tail.


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14. James Knowlson and Elizabeth Knowlson edited a book called Beckett Remembering, Remembering Beckett: A Centenary Celebration. It was published in 2006 by Arcade Publishing in New York City. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.


Example 1
Knowlson, J., & Knowlson, E. (Eds.). (2006). New York, NY: Beckett remembering, remembering Beckett: A centenary celebration. Arcade.

Example 2
Knowlson, J., & Knowlson, E. (2006). Beckett remembering, remembering Beckett: A centenary celebration. New York, NY: Arcade.

Example 3
J., Knowlson, & E. Knowlson, (Eds.). (2006). Beckett remembering, remembering Beckett: A centenary celebration. New York, NY: Arcade.

Example 4
Knowlson, J., & Knowlson, E. (Eds.). (2006). Beckett remembering, remembering Beckett: A centenary celebration. New York, NY: Arcade.

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15. You want to quote from William Shakespeare's play The Life of King Henry the Fifth. The edition you are using was edited by Claire McEachern and published in 1999 by Penguin Books in New York City. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.


Example 1
C. McEachern, Ed. Shakespeare, W. (1999) The life of King Henry the Fifth. New York, NY: Penguin Books.

Example 2
Shakespeare, W. (1999) The life of King Henry the Fifth. (C. McEachern). New York, NY: Penguin Books.

Example 3
Shakespeare, W. (1999) The life of King Henry the Fifth. (C. McEachern, Ed.). New York, NY: Penguin Books.

Example 4
Shakespeare, W. The life of King Henry the Fifth. (C. McEachern, Ed.). New York, NY: Penguin Books.


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16. You are quoting from an essay titled "Early Greek Philosophy" by Martin West, which appears on pages 107 to 117 of an anthology called Greece and the Hellenistic World. The book was edited by John Boardman, Jasper Griffin, and Oswyn Murray, and it was published in 1988 by Oxford University Press in New York City. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.


Example 1
West, M. (1998). Early Greek philosophy. In J. Boardman, J. Griffin, & O. Murray (Eds.), Greece and the Hellenistic world (pp. 107-117). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Example 2
West, M. (1998). In J. Boardman, J. Griffin, & O. Murray (Eds.), Greece and the Hellenistic world (pp. 107-117). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Example 3
West, M. (1998). Early Greek philosophy. Greece and the Hellenistic world (pp. 107-117). J. Boardman, J. Griffin, & O. Murray (Eds.), New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Example 4
West, M. (1998). Early Greek philosophy. In J. Boardman, J. Griffin, & O. Murray (Eds.), Greece and the Hellenistic world New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

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17. You are quoting from an essay titled "Women and the Assessment of Technology" written by Corlann Gee Bush. It was published on pages 69 to 82 of an anthology called Society, Ethics, and Technology, which was edited by Morton Winston and Ralph Edelbach. The third edition was published in 2006 by Thompson in Belmont, California. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.


Example 1
Bush, C. G. Women and the assessment of technology. In Society, ethics, and technology (3rd ed.) (pp. 69-82). Belmont, CA: Thompson.

Example 2
Bush, C. G. (2006). Women and the assessment of technology. In M. Winston & R. Edelbach (Eds.), Society, ethics, and technology (3rd ed.) (pp. 69-82). Belmont, CA: Thompson.

Example 3
Bush, C. G. (2006). Women and the assessment of technology. In M. Winston & R. Edelbach (Eds.), Society, ethics, and technology (3rd ed.) Belmont, CA: Thompson.

Example 4
Bush, C. G. In M. Winston & R. Edelbach (Eds.), Society, ethics, and technology (3rd ed.) (pp. 69-82). Belmont, CA: Thompson.

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18. You are quoting from a poem by Joy Harjo called "I Give You Back." It was published on page 1255 of an anthology called Literature and Society, which was edited by Pamela Annas and Robert Rosen. The fourth edition was published in 2006 by Prentice Hall in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.


Example 1
Harjo, J. (2006). I give you back. In P. Annas & R. Rosen (Eds.), Literature and society (4th ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Example 2
Harjo, J. (2006). I give you back. In Literature and society (4th ed.) (p. 1255). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Example 3
Harjo, J. (2006). I give you back. In P. Annas & R. Rosen (Eds.), Literature and society (4th ed.) (p. 1255). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Example 4
Harjo, J. (2006). In P. Annas & R. Rosen (Eds.), Literature and society (4th ed.) (p. 1255). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.


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19. Imre Kertesz wrote Fateless. It was translated by Christopher Wilson and Katharina Wilson and published in 1992 by Northwestern University Press in Evanston, Illinois. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.


Example 1
Kertesz, I. (1992). Fateless. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press. (C. Wilson & K. Wilson, Trans.).

Example 2
Wilson, C. & Wilson, K. (Trans.). (1992). Kertesz, I. Fateless. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.

Example 3
Kertesz, I. (1992). Fateless. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.

Example 4
Kertesz, I. (1992). Fateless. (C. Wilson & K. Wilson, Trans.).Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.


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20. You are quoting from an entry for the term "color index" from page 449 of Webster's Third New International Dictionary of the English Language: Unabridged. No author is named. The dictionary was published in 2002 by Merriam-Webster in Springfield, Massachusetts. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.


Example 1
Color index. (2002). In Webster’s third new international dictionary of the English language: Unabridged (p. 449). Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster.

Example 2
Anonymous (2002). Color index. In Webster’s third new international dictionary of the English language: Unabridged (p. 449). Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster.

Example 3
Color index. (2002). In Webster’s third new international dictionary of the English language: Unabridged. Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster.

Example 4
Webster’s third new international dictionary of the English language: Unabridged. Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster.


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Citing Sources Practice – Electronic Sources

Select the correct answer for each question below.


1. Priscilla Long's article "Genome Tome" was published in the journal The American Scholar in 2005, volume 74, issue 3, on pp. 28-42. You accessed the article through a popular database, ProQuest (http://www.proquest.com/); no DOI was provided. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Long, P. (2005). Genome tome. The American Scholar, 74(3), 28-42.

Example 2
Long, P. (2005). Genome tome. The American Scholar, 74(3), 28-42. Retrieved from ProQuest database.

Example 3
Long, P. (2005). Genome tome. The American Scholar, 74(3), 28-42. Retrieved from ProQuest database at http://www.proquest.com.

Example 4
Long, P. (2005). Genome tome. (2005). The American Scholar, 74(3), 28-42. Retrieved from http://www.proquest.com.


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2. Seven scientists -- Amanda M. Schrand, Houjin Huang, Cataleya Carlson, John J. Schlager, Eiji Osawa, Saber M. Hussain, and Liming Dai -- authored the article "Are Diamond Nanoparticles Cytotoxic?" The article was published in 2007 on pages 2 through 7 of the Journal of Physical Chemistry B in volume 111, issue 1. You accessed the article from a library subscription database, EBSCOhost (http://www.ebscohost.com/). The article's DOI is 10.1021/jp066387v. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Schrand, A. M., Huang, H., Carlson, C., Schlager, J. J., Osawa, E., Jussain, S. M., & Dai, L. (2007). Journal of Physical Chemistry B, Are diamond nanoparticles cytotoxic? 111(1), 2-7. Retrieved from http://www.ebscohost.com/, doi: 10.1021/jp066387v

Example 2
Schrand, A. M., Huang, H., Carlson, C., Schlager, J. J., Osawa, E., Jussain, S. M., & Dai, L. (2007). Are diamond nanoparticles cytotoxic? Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 111(1), 2-7. doi: 10.1021/jp066387v

Example 3
Schrand, A. M., Huang, H., Carlson, C., Schlager, J. J., Osawa, E., Jussain, S. M., & Dai, L. (2007). Are diamond nanoparticles cytotoxic? Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 111(1), 2-7. Retrieved from EBSCOhost database.

Example 4
Schrand, A. M., et al. (2007). Are diamond nanoparticles cytotoxic? Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 111(1), 2-7. doi: 10.1021/jp066387v

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3. John Dvorak's article "San Francisco Then and Now" was published in the journal American Heritage in 2006. It appeared in volume 57, issue 2, on pages 54 to 59. You accessed the article from the popular library subscription database InfoTrac OneFile (http://www.infotrac.com/) on September 17, 2006. No DOI is provided. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Dvorak, J. (2006). American Heritage, San Francisco then and now. 57(2), 54-59. Retrieved September 17, 2006, from Info Trac OneFile database.

Example 2
Dvorak, J. (2006). San Francisco then and now. American Heritage, 57(2), 54-59. Retrieved September 17, 2006.

Example 3
Dvorak, J. (2006). San Francisco then and now. American Heritage, 57(2), 54-59. Retrieved September 17, 2006, from http://www.infotrac.com/

Example 4
Dvorak, J. (2006). San Francisco then and now. American Heritage, 57(2), 54-59.

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4. Polly Shulman's article "Great Expectations" was published in the bimonthly magazine Psychology Today in 2004. It appeared in the March issue, volume 37, issue 2, on pages 32 to 41. You accessed the article from the popular library subscription database LexisNexis (http://www.lexis-nexis.com/) on October 11, 2006. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Shulman, P. (2004, March). Great expectations. Psychology Today, 37(2), 32-41. Retrieved from LexisNexis database.

Example 2
Shulman, P. (2004, March). Great expectations. Psychology Today, 32-41. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from LexisNexis database.

Example 3
Shulman, P. (2004, March). Great expectations. Psychology Today, 37(2), 32-41.

Example 4
Shulman, P. (2004, March). Great expectations. Psychology Today, 37(2), 32-41. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from http://www.lexis-nexis.com/

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5. Sandi Doughton's article "Old Bones are Telling New Tales" was published in the April 28, 2006, issue of The Seattle Times. You accessed the article from the online version of the newspaper on June 1, 2006, at the following URL: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002958195_oldbones28m.html. The home page of The Seattle Times is http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.


Example 1
Doughton, S. (2006, April 28). The Seattle Times. Old bones are telling new tales. Retrieved June 1, 2006, from http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002958195_oldbones28m.html

Example 2
Doughton, S. (2006, April 28). Old bones are telling new tales, The Seattle Times. Retrieved June 1, 2006.

Example 3
Doughton, S. (2006, April 28). Old bones are telling new tales, The Seattle Times. Retrieved from http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002958195_oldbones28m.html

Example 4
Doughton, S. (2006, April 28). Old bones are telling new tales, The Seattle Times. Retrieved from http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/

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6. Katharine Houreld's article "Darfur Refugees Forced to Join the Fight" was published in the April 28, 2006, issue of The Christian Science Monitor. You accessed the article from the online version of the newspaper on August 5, 2006, at the following URL: http://csmonitor.com/2006/0428/p06s02-woeu.html. The home page of The Christian Science Monitor is http://csmonitor.com/. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Houreld, K. (2006, April 28). Darfur refugees forced to join the fight. The Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved from http://csmonitor.com/

Example 2
Houreld, K. (2006, April 28). Darfur refugees forced to join the fight. The Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved August 5, 2006.

Example 3
Houreld, K. (2006, April 28). Darfur refugees forced to join the fight. The Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved from http://csmonitor.com/2006/0428/p06s02-woeu.html

Example 4
Houreld, K. (2006, April 28). The Christian Science Monitor. Darfur refugees forced to join the fight. Retrieved August 6, 2006, from http://csmonitor.com/

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7. William M. Welch's article "Schools Ask Parents to Pay Up Before Kids Log On" was published in the January 2, 2006, edition of the daily newspaper USA Today. You accessed the final version of the article online on March 11, 2006, at the following URL: http://www.usatoday.com/news/education/2006-01-02-school-laptops_x.htm. The home page of USA Today is http://www.usatoday.com. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Welch, William M. (2006, March 11). Schools ask parents to pay up before kids log on. USA Today. Retrieved from http://www.usatoday.com

Example 2
Welch, W. M. (2006, March 11). Schools ask parents to pay up before kids log on. USA Today. Retrieved from http://www.usatoday.com

Example 3
Welch, W. M. (2006, March 11). Schools ask parents to pay up before kids log on. USA Today. Retrieved March 11, 2006.

Example 4
Welch, W. M. (2006, March 11). Schools ask parents to pay up before kids log on. USA Today. Retrieved from http://www.usatoday.com/news/education/2006-01-02-school-laptops_x.htm

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8. George A. Alvarez and Steven L. Franconeri's article "How Many Objects Can You Track? Evidence for a Resource-Limited Attentive Tracking Mechanism" was published in 2007, in volume 7, issue 13 of Journal of Vision. It appeared on pages 1 to 10. You accessed the article online on January 3, 2009, at the following URL: http://www.journalofvision.org/7/13/14/. The DOI for the article is 10.1167/7.13.14. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Alvarez, G.A. & Franconeri, S.L. (2007). How many objects can you track? Evidence for a resources-limited attentive tracking mechanism. Journal of Vision, 7(13), 1-10. Retrieved from http://www.journalofvision.org/7/13/14/

Example 2
Alvarez, G.A. & Franconeri, S.L. (2007). How many objects can you track? Evidence for a resources-limited attentive tracking mechanism. Journal of Vision, 7(13), 1-10. doi: 10.1167/7.13.14

Example 3
Alvarez, G.A. (2007). How many objects can you track? Evidence for a resources-limited attentive tracking mechanism. Journal of Vision, 7(13), 1-10. doi: 10.1167/7.13.14

Example 4
Alvarez, G.A. & Franconeri, S.L. (2007). How many objects can you track? Evidence for a resources-limited attentive tracking mechanism. Journal of Vision, 7(13), 1-10.

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9. Scott Stossel's article "Knifed" was published in May of 2004 in volume 293, issue 4, of The Atlantic Monthly. You accessed the article online, where it appears, as in the print version, with page numbers. The article appears on pages 106 to 111. The home page of The Atlantic Monthly is http://the atlantic.com/. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Stossels, S. (2004, May). Knifed. The Atlantic Montly, 293(4), Retrieved from http://the atlantic.com/

Example 2
Stossels, S. (2004, May). Knifed. The Atlantic Montly, 293, 106-111, Retrieved from http://the atlantic.com/

Example 3
Stossels, S. (2004, May). Knifed. The Atlantic Montly, 293(4), 106-111, Retrieved from http://the atlantic.com/

Example 4
Stossels, S. (2004, May). “Knifed.” The Atlantic Montly, 293(4), 106-111, Retrieved from http://the atlantic.com/

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10. Steven Ashley's article "Artificial Muscles" was published in the October 2003 -- volume 289, issue 4 -- issue of the magazine Scientific American (http://www.scientificamerican.com). You accessed the article online, where it appears, as in the print version, with page numbers. The article appears in its entirety on page 53. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Ashley, S. (2003, October). Artificial muscles. Scientific American, 289(4), 53.

Example 2
Ashley, S. (2003, October). Artificial muscles. Scientific American, 289(4), 53. Retrieved from http://www.scientificamerican.com/

Example 3
Ashley, S. (2003, October). Artificial muscles. Scientific American, 289, 53.

Example 4
Ashley, Steven. (2003, October). Artificial muscles. Scientific American, 289(4), 53. Retrieved from http://www.scientificamerican.com/

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4


11. William Saletan's article "Gizzards in Your Gas Tank" was published in the online magazine Slate. It was posted on December 2, 2005, at the following URL: http://www.slate.com/id/2131122/. Slate's home page URL is http://www.slate.com/. You accessed the article on June 11, 2008. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Saletan, W. (2005, December 2). Gizzards in your gas tank. Slate. Retrieved June 11, 2008, from http://www.slate.com/id/2131122/

Example 2
Saletan, W. (2005, December 2). Gizzards in your gas tank. Slate. Retrieved June 11, 2008.

Example 3
Saletan, W. (2005, December 2). Gizzards in your gas tank. Slate. Retrieved from http://www.slate.com/id/2131122/

Example 4
Saletan, W. (2005, December 2). Slate. Gizzards in your gas tank. Retrieved from http://www.slate.com/id/2131122/

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4


12. Bruce Schneier's article "Fatal Flaw Weakens RFID Passports" was published in the online edition of Wired magazine, but not in the print version. It was posted on November, 3, 2005, at the following URL: http://www.wired.com/news/technology/ 0,69453-0.html. Wired's home page URL is http://www.wired.com/. You accessed the article on February 19, 2008. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Schneier, B. (2005, November 3). Fatal flaw weakens RFID passports [Supplemental material]. Wired. Retrieved February 19, 2008, from http://www.wired.com/

Example 2
Schneier, B. (2005, November 3). Fatal flaw weakens RFID passports [Supplemental material]. Wired. Retrieved from http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,69453-0.html

Example 3
Schneier, Bruce. (2005, November 3). Fatal flaw weakens RFID passports. Wired. Retrieved from http://www.wired.com/

Example 4
Schneier, B. (2005, November 3). Fatal flaw weakens RFID passports [Supplemental material]. Wired. Retrieved from http://www.wired.com/


a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

13. You want to quote from a Web page titled "Greenhouse Gas Emissions" on the Climate Change website, which is sponsored and authored by the Environmental Protection Agency. The page was last updated on October 15th, 2009, and you accessed it on December 4, 2009. The home page's URL is http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/, and the page's direct URL is http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/emissions/index.html. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Environmental Protection Agency. (2009, Ocotber 15). Greenhouse gas emissions. Retrieved from http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/emissions/index.html

Example 2
Environmental Protection Agency. (2009, Ocotber 15). Greenhouse gas emissions. Retrieved December 4, 2009, from http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/

Example 3
Environmental Protection Agency. (2009, Ocotber 15). Greenhouse gas emissions. Retrieved December 4, 2009, from http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/emissions/index.html

Example 4
Environmental Protection Agency. (2009, Ocotber 15). Greenhouse gas emissions. Retrieved December 4, 2009, from Climate Change: http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/emissions/index.html


a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4


14. You want to quote from an online report called Ancient Architects of the Mississippi, sponsored and authored by the National Park Service's Archeology Program. The report was last updated on September 6, 2007. You accessed the site on October 10, 2007, at the following URL: http://www.cr.nps.gov/archeology/feature/feature.htm. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
National Park Service, Archeology Program. (2007, September 6). Ancient architects of the Mississippi. Retrieved from http://www.cr.nps.gov/archeology/feature/feature.htm

Example 2
National Park Service, Archeology Program. (2007, September 6). Ancient architects of the Mississippi. Retrieved October 10, 2007.

Example 3
National Park Service, Archeology Program. (2007, September 6). Ancient architects of the Mississippi. Retrieved October 10, 2007, from http://www.cr.nps.gov/archeology/feature/feature.htm

Example 4
National Park Service, Archeology Program. Ancient architects of the Mississippi. Retrieved from http://www.cr.nps.gov/archeology/feature/feature.htm

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

15. You want to quote from a document called Could Reducing Global Dimming Mean a Hotter, Dryer World? that appears on a website sponsored by an institution, the Columbia University Earth Institute (no author is named). The document was published on April 14, 2006, and you accessed it on July 16, 2008, at the following URL: http://www.earth.columbia.edu/news/2006/story04-14-06.php. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Could reducing global dimming mean a hotter, dryer world? (2006, April 14). Retrieved from Columbia University, Earth Institute website: http://www.earth.columbia.edu/news/2006/story04-14-06.php

Example 2
Columbia University, Earth Institute. (2006, April 14). Could reducing global dimming mean a hotter, dryer world? Retrieved from Columbia University, Earth Institute website: http://www.earth.columbia.edu/news/2006/story04-14-06.php

Example 3
Could reducing global dimming mean a hotter, dryer world? (2006, April 14). Retrieved June 16, 2008, from http://www.earth.columbia.edu/news/2006/story04-14-06.php

Example 4
Columbia University, Earth Institute. (2006, April 14). Could reducing global dimming mean a hotter, dryer world? Retrieved June 16, 2008, from http://www.earth.columbia.edu/news/2006/story04-14-06.php

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4


16. You are quoting from an online report titled Racial Transformation and the Changing Nature of Segregation by Gary Orfield and Chungmei Lee. It is sponsored by the University of California-Los Angeles's Civil Rights Project. The publication date is January 12, 2006, and you accessed it on November 11, 2006, at http://www.civilrightsproject.ucla.edu/research/deseg/deseg06.php. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Orfield, G., & Lee C. (2006). Racial transformation and the changing nature of segregation. Retrieved November 11, 2006, from University of California- Los Angeles, The Civil Rights Project website.

Example 2
Orfield, G., & Lee C. (2006). Racial transformation and the changing nature of segregation. Retrieved November 11, 2006, from University of California- Los Angeles, The Civil Rights Project website: http://www.civilrightsproject.ucla.edu/research/deseg/deseg06.php.

Example 3
Orfield, G., & Lee C. (2006). Racial transformation and the changing nature of segregation. Retrieved November 11, 2006, from http://www.civilrightsproject.ucla.edu/research/deseg/deseg06.php

Example 4
Orfield, G., & Lee C. (2006). Racial transformation and the changing nature of segregation. Retrieved from University of California-Los Angeles, The Civil Rights Project website: http://www.civilrightsproject.ucla.edu/research/deseg/deseg06.php.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

27. You are quoting from an online news article titled "Hubble Captures the Shattering of a Comet." It was posted on April 28, 2006 on the news publication CNN's website (CNN is the publication and the sponsor) at the URL http://www.cnn.com/2006/TECH/space/04/28/comet.breakup/index.html. CNN's home page is http://www.cnn.com/. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Hubble captures the shattering of a comet. (2006, April 28). Retrieved May 1, 2006, from CNN website: http://www.cnn.com/2006/TECH/space/04/28/comet.breakup/index.html.

Example 2
Hubble captures the shattering of a comet. (2006, April 28). CNN. Retrieved from http://www.cnn.com/2006/TECH/space/04/28/comet.breakup/index.html.

Example 3
Hubble captures the shattering of a comet. (2006, April 28). Retrieved May 1, 2006, from http://www.cnn.com/2006/TECH/space/04/28/comet.breakup/index.html.

Example 4
Hubble captures the shattering of a comet. (2006, April 28). CNN. Retrieved May 1, 2006, from CNN website:

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

18. You are quoting from a web page on the Human Society of the United States website called "Bringing Your New Dog Home" (no author is named). The page shows a copyright date of 2006, but it might not be a final version. You accessed the document on July 14, 2008, at http://www.hsus.pets/pet_adoption_information/bringing_your_new_dog_home.html. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Bringing your new dog home. Retrieved July 4, 2008, from Humane Society of the United States website: http://www.hsus.pets/pet_adoption_information/bringing_your_new_dog_home.html

Example 2
Bringing your new dog home. (2006). Retrieved July 4, 2008, from Humane Society of the United States website.

Example 3
Bringing your new dog home. (2006). Retrieved July 4, 2008, from Humane Society of the United States website: http://www.hsus.pets/pet_adoption_information/bringing_your_new_dog_home.html

Example 4
Bringing your new dog home. (2006). Retrieved from http://www.hsus.pets/pet_adoption_information/bringing_your_new_dog_home.html

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4


19. You want to quote a Web log entry titled "Odds Without End," which was posted on April 12, 2006. The author is Alex Ross, and the blog appears on his site, which is titled The Rest is Noise. You accessed the site on May 17, 2008, at http://www.therestisnoise.com/blog_fallwinter_05/index.html. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Ross, A. (2006, April 12). Odds without end [Web log post].

Example 2
Ross, A. (2006, April 12). Odds without end [Web log post]. The Rest is Noise. Retrieved May 17, 2005.

Example 3
Ross, A. (2006, April 12). Odds without end [Web log post]. The Rest is Noise. Retrieved from http://www.therestisnoise.com/blog_fallwinter_05/index.html

Example 4
Ross, A. (2006, April 12). Odds without end [Web log post]. Retrieved from http://www.therestisnoise.com/blog_fallwinter_05/index.html

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

20. You want to quote a Web log post titled "Freelance Writing Advice," by John Hewitt. It was posted on April 24, 2006, on a site called Second Fortune. You accessed the site on June 12, 2008, at the following URL: http://secondfortune.blogspot.com/. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Hewitt, J. Freelance writing advice [Web log post]. Retrieved June 12, 2008, from http://secondfortune.blogspot.com/

Example 2
Hewitt, J. (2006, April 24). Freelance writing advice. Retrieved June 12, 2008, from http://secondfortune.blogspot.com/

Example 3
Hewitt, J. (2006, April 24). Freelance writing advice [Web log post]. Second Fortune. Retrieved from http://secondfortune.blogspot.com/

Example 4
Hewitt, J. (2006, April 24). Freelance writing advice [Web log post]. Retrieved from http://secondfortune.blogspot.com/


a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4


Citing Sources Practice - Periodicals

Select the correct answer for each question below.

1. In 2005, Nina Godtfredsen, Eva Prescott, and Merete Osler wrote an article called "The Effect of Smoking Reduction on Lung Cancer Risk." It was published in volume 294, issue 12 of the Journal of the American Medical Association on pages 1505 to 1511. This journal paginates by volume, not by each individual issue. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Godtsfredsen, N., Prescott, E., & Osler, M. (2005). The effect of smoking reduction on lung cancer risk. Journal of the American Medical Association, 294, 1505-1511.

Example 2
Godtsfredsen, N., Prescott, E., & Osler, M. (2005). The effect of smoking reduction on lung cancer risk. Journal of the American Medical Association, 294.

Example 3
Godtsfredsen, N., Prescott, E., & Osler, M. The effect of smoking reduction on lung cancer risk. (2005). Journal of the American Medical Association, 294(12), 1505-1511.

Example 4
Godtsfredsen, N., Prescott, E., & Osler, M. (2005). The effect of smoking reduction on lung cancer risk. Journal of the American Medical Association, 1505-1511.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4


2. Keely McCarthy's article "Conversion, Identity, and the Indian Missionary" was published in 2001 by the journal Early American Literature. It appeared in volume 36, issue 3 on pages 353 to 370. (This journal paginates by volume, not by each individual issue.) Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
McCarthy, K. (2001). Early American Literature. Conversion, identity, and the Indian missionary, 36(3), 353-370.

Example 2
McCarthy, K. (2001). Conversion, identity, and the Indian missionary. Early American Literature, 36(3).

Example 3
McCarthy, K. (2001). Conversion, identity, and the Indian missionary. Early American Literature, 353-370.

Example 4
McCarthy, K. (2001). Conversion, identity, and the Indian missionary. Early American Literature, 36(3), 353-370.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

3. Rosemary Wakeman's article "Making Paris and Parisians" was published in 2005 by the Journal of Urban History. It appeared in volume 31, issue 4 on pages 565 to 570. (This journal paginates by volume, not by each individual issue.) Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Wakeman, R. (2005). Making Paris and Parisians. Journal of Urban History,31, 565-570.

Example 2
Wakeman, R. Making Paris and Parisians. Journal of Urban History, 31(4), 565-570. (2005).

Example 3
Wakeman, R. (2005). Journal of Urban History, Making Paris and Parisians. 31(4), 565-570.

Example 4
Wakeman, R. (2005). Making Paris and Parisians. Journal of Urban History, 31.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

4. Brian Uzzi and Shannon Dunlap wrote the article “How to Build Your Network” in 2005 for Harvard Business Review. It appeared in volume 83, issue 12, on pages 53 to 61. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.


Example 1
Uzzi, B., & Dunlap, S. (2005). How to build your network. Harvard Business Review, 53–61.

Example 2
Uzzi, B., & Dunlap, S. (2005). How to build your network. Harvard Business Review, 83(12), 53–61.

Example 3
Uzzi, B., & Dunlap, S. How to build your network. Harvard Business Review, 83(12), (2005). 53–61.

Example 4
Uzzi, B., & Dunlap, S. (2005). How to build your network. Harvard Business Review, 83(12).

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4


5. Elise Bolda wrote the article “Community Partnerships for Older Adults: Meeting the Housing Challenge” in 2006 for the journal Generations. It appeared in volume 29, issue 4, on pages 61 to 64. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Bolda, E. (2006). Generations, 29(4), 6. Community partnerships for older adults: Meeting the housing challenge. 61–64.

Example 2
Bolda, E. (2006). Generations, Community partnerships for older adults: Meeting the housing challenge. 29(4), 61–64.

Example 3
Bolda, E. (2006). Community partnerships for older adults: Meeting the housing challenge. Generations, 61–64.

Example 4
Bolda, E. (2006). Community partnerships for older adults: Meeting the housing challenge. Generations, 29(4), 61–64.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

6. Mary Kate Harrison wrote the article “A Nutritious School Menu: Not as Easy as ABC” in 2006 for the journal Nation’s Restaurant News. It appeared in volume 40, issue 9, on page 34. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Harrison, M. K. (2006). A nutritious school menu: Not as easy as ABC. Nation’s Restaurant News, 40(9), 34.

Example 2
Harrison, M. K. (2006). A nutritious school menu: Not as easy as ABC. Nation’s Restaurant News, 40(9).

Example 3
Harrison, M. K. A nutritious school menu: Not as easy as ABC. Nation’s Restaurant News, 40(9), 34. (2006).

Example 4
Harrison, M. K. (2006). A nutritious school menu: Not as easy as ABC. 40(9), Nation’s Restaurant News, 34.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

7. David Foster Wallace's article "Host" was published in The Atlantic Monthly. It appeared in the April 2005 issue -- volume 295, issue 3 -- on pages 51 to 74. (This monthly magazine paginates by individual issue.) Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Wallace, D. F. (2005). Host. The Atlantic Montly, 295(3).

Example 2
Wallace, D. F. (2005, April). The Atlantic Montly, 295(3), 51-74.

Example 3
Wallace, D. F. (2005, April). Host. The Atlantic Montly, 295(3), 51-74.

Example 4
Wallace, D. F. (2005, April). Host. The Atlantic Montly, 51-74.

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b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

8. Robert Kurson's article "Into the Light" was published in Esquire. It appeared in the June 2005 issue -- volume 143, issue 6 -- on pages 115 to 126. (This monthly magazine paginates by individual issue.) Select the entry that correctly cites the source.

Example 1
Kurson, R. (2005, June). Esquire, Into the light. 143(6), 115-126.

Example 2
Kurson, R. (2005, June). Into the light. Esquire, 143(6), 115-126.

Example 3
Kurson, R. (2005). Into the light. Esquire, 143, 115-126.

Example 4
Kurson, R. (2005, June). Into the light. Esquire, 143(6).

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4


9. Tim Zimmerman's article "Raising the Dead" was published in the monthly magazine Outside. It appeared in the August 2005 issue -- volume 30, issue 8 -- on page 58. (This magazine paginates by individual issue.) Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Zimmerman, Tim. Raising the dead. Outside, 30(8), 58. (2005).

Example 2
Zimmerman, Tim. (2005).Raising the dead. Outside, 30, 58.

Example 3
Zimmerman, T. (2005, August). Outside, Raising the dead. 30(8), 58.

Example 4
Zimmerman, T. (2005, August).Raising the dead. Outside, 30(8), 58.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

10. Jane Mayer wrote an article called “Outsourcing Torture” for the The New Yorker. It appeared in the February 14, 2005, issue on pages 106-123. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Mayer, J. (2005). Outsourcing torture. The New Yorker, 106–123.

Example 2
Mayer, J. (2005, February 14). Outsourcing torture. The New Yorker.

Example 3
Mayer, J. (2005, February 14). Outsourcing torture. The New Yorker, 106–123.

Example 4
Mayer, J. (2005, February 14). The New Yorker, Outsourcing torture. 106–123.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4


11. Johanna McGeary wrote the article “Danger Around Every Corner” for the October 27, 2003, issue of Time. It appeared on page 24. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.


Example 1
McGeary, J. Danger around every corner. Time, (2003, October 27). 24.

Example 2
McGeary, J. (2003, October 27). Danger around every corner. Time, 24.

Example 3
McGeary, J. (2003, October 27). Time, Danger around every corner. 24.

Example 4
McGeary, J. (2003, October 27). Danger around every corner. Time.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

12. Catharine Skipp and Arian Campo-Flores wrote the article “Addiction: A ‘Meth Prison’ Movement” for the April 24, 2006, issue of Newsweek. It appeared on page 9. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Skipp, C., & Campo-Flores, A. (2006, April 24). Addiction: A ‘meth prison’ movement. Newsweek, 9.

Example 2
Skipp, C., & Campo-Flores, A. (April 24, 2006). Addiction: A ‘meth prison’ movement. Newsweek, 9.

Example 3
Addiction: A ‘meth prison’ movement. Skipp, C., & Campo-Flores, A. (2006, April 24). Newsweek, 9.

Example 4
Skipp, C., & Campo-Flores, A. (2006, April 24). Newsweek. Addiction: A ‘meth prison’ movement. 9.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4


13. Lynn Karoly and James Bigelow wrote the article “Benefits of Preschool Come with Every Dollar” for the April 26, 2006, issue of the Los Angeles Times. The article began on page B13 and continued on page B15. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Karoly, L., & Bigelow, J. (2006, April 16). Los Angeles Times, Benefits of preschool come with every dollar. pp. B13, B15.

Example 2
Karoly, L., & Bigelow, J. (2006, April 16). Benefits of preschool come with every dollar. Los Angeles Times, p. B13.

Example 3
Karoly, L., & Bigelow, J. (2006, April 16). Benefits of preschool come with every dollar. Los Angeles Times, pp. B13, B15.

Example 4
Karoly, L., & Bigelow, J. Benefits of preschool come with every dollar. Los Angeles Times, pp. B13, B15.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

14. Susan Schmidt wrote the article “A Jackpot From Indian Gaming Tribes” for the February 22, 2004, issue of The Washington Post. It began on page A1 and continued on page A17. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Schmidt, S. A jackpot from Indian gaming tribes. Washington Post, pp. A1, A17. (2004, February 22).

Example 2
Schmidt, S. (2004, February 22). Washington Post, A jackpot from Indian gaming tribes. pp. A1, A17.

Example 3
Schmidt, S. (2004, February 22). A jackpot from Indian gaming tribes. The Washington Post, pp. A1, A17.

Example 4
Schmidt, S. (2004, February 22). A jackpot from Indian gaming tribes. The Washington Post, pp. A1, A17.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

15. Hector Tobar and Cecilia Sanchez wrote the article “Migrants’ Boycott Plan is Crossing the Border” for the April 27, 2006. Los Angeles Times. The article started on page A1 and continued on page A23. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Tobar, H., & Sanchez, C. (2006, April 27). Migrants’ boycott plan is crossing the border. Los Angeles Times.

Example 2
Tobar, H., & Sanchez, C. (2006, April 27). Los Angeles Times. Migrants’ boycott plan is crossing the border. pp. A1, A23.

Example 3
Tobar, H., & Sanchez, C. Migrants’ boycott plan is crossing the border. (2006, April 27). Los Angeles Times, pp. A1, A23.

Example 4
Tobar, H., & Sanchez, C. (2006, April 27). Migrants’ boycott plan is crossing the border. Los Angeles Times, pp. A1, A23.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

16. An article titled “Richmond Called 5th Most Dangerous City” appeared in the November 21, 2005, issue of the Richmond Times-Dispatch. It appeared on page B5, and no author was named. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Richmond called 5th most dangerous city. (2005). Richmond Times-Dispatch, p. B5.

Example 2
(2005, November 21). Richmond called 5th most dangerous city. Richmond Times-Dispatch, p. B5.

Example 3
Richmond called 5th most dangerous city. (2005, November 21). Richmond Times-Dispatch, p. B5.

Example 4
Richmond called 5th most dangerous city. (2005, November 21). Richmond Times-Dispatch.

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b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

17. An article titled “Ex-Prof Faces Deportation” was published in the April 15, 2006, issue of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. It appeared on page A4, and no author was named. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Ex-prof faces deportation. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, (2006, April 15). p. A4.

Example 2
Ex-prof faces deportation. (2006, April 15). Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, p. A4.

Example 3
Ex-prof faces deportation. (2006, April 15). Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Example 4
Ex-prof faces deportation. (2006). Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, p. A4.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

18. An article titled “Five Guilty of Lesser Charges in Fatal Brawl” was published in the July 14, 2005, issue of the Chicago Tribune. It appeared on page 7, and no author was named. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
Five guilty of lesser charges in fatal brawl. (2005, July 14). Chicago Tribune, p. 7.

Example 2
(2005, July 14). Five guilty of lesser charges in fatal brawl. Chicago Tribune, p. 7.

Example 3
Five guilty of lesser charges in fatal brawl. (2005, July 14). Chicago Tribune.

Example 4
Chicago Tribune, Five guilty of lesser charges in fatal brawl. (2005, July 14). p. 7.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4

19. An editorial titled "A Change of Course at Ground Zero" appeared in the April 27, 2006, issue of The New York Times on page A26. Select the entry that correctly cites the source.


Example 1
A change of course at ground zero [Editorial]. (2006, April 27). The New York Times, p. A26.

Example 2
A change of course at ground zero. (2006, April 27). The New York Times, p. A26.

Example 3
A change of course at ground zero [Editorial]. (2006, April 27). The New York Times.

Example 4
A change of course at ground zero [Editorial]. The New York Times, p. A26.

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
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20. Heather Bourbeau wrote a review, titled "Greed is Good," of a book called An Empire of Wealth: The Epic History of American Economic Power by author John Steele Gordon. Her review was published in the November 28, 2004, issue of The New York Times Book Review on page 29. Select the entry that correctly cites this source.

Example 1
The New York Times Book Review, Bourbeau, H. (2004, November 28). Greed is good [Review of the book An empire of wealth: The epic history of American economic power]. 29.

Example 2
Bourbeau, H. (2004, November 28). Greed is good [Review]. The New York Times Book Review, 29.

Example 3
Bourbeau, H. (2004, November 28). Greed is good [Review of the book An empire of wealth: The epic history of American economic power, by John Steele Gordon]. The New York Times Book Review, 29.

Example 4
Bourbeau, H. (2004, November 28). Greed is good [Review of the book An empire of wealth: The epic history of American economic power, by John Steele Gordon]. The New York Times Book Review,

a) Example 1
b) Example 2
c) Example 3
d) Example 4
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