*****************READ EVERY INSTRUCTION AND ASK QUESTIONS IF NEED. NO PLAGIARISM WILL BE TOLERATED OR WILL RESULT IN A WITHDRAWAL. GOOD QUALITY WORK AND GOOD GRAMMAR IS REQUIRED. **************************I AM AN ECONOMICS MAJOR SO THAT IS WHAT I NEED THRESHOLD CONCEPTS ABOUT.VALID SOURCES MUST BE USED.DATA BASE BELOW NEEDS TO BE USED.https://www.library.ucsb.edu/research/resources/da…Here’s what you’ll deliver: a three-page paper documenting your attempt to find and understand two “threshold concepts” that are related to your major/discipline. Step One: Search for sources of information on threshold concepts. Find credible sources. I’ve been out searching myself and I know that there is good stuff out there. In order to ensure quality sources, use one of the journal databases that the Library organizes for us. I used the database called ERIC. If you give yourself adequate time to work on this paper, you can get some librarian support on this part of the assignment. Just walk up to the desk and give them some key terms you are seeking. A good librarian will guide you to sources that are top quality.Step Two. In your own words, describe your understanding of threshold concepts. Cite the source you found and connect the definition to something you already know. (This reminds me of the doctrines from the religion I grew up in…this reminds me of the surfer’s code…this reminds me of the battlefield rules in a video game I played for about 1000 hours last year….)Step Three: Find two threshold concepts that apply to the discipline you are studying or plan to study. I believe there are articles and even books about threshold concepts across many disciplines. Share these concepts and, again in your own words, connect the concepts to what you already know. For example, “I learned that the concept of opportunity cost (Smith & Jones, 1999 p.14) is often cited as a threshold concept in Economics. I also learned that even seasoned graduate students and professors in the discipline are not able to define this concept in a consistent way. Here’s how I understand the concept.” Some of you are in for a great challenge. If you are one of the 10 Gauchxs who major in Costume Design (one of our best kept secret majors,) I wonder if your field has done the work to define threshold concepts. I expect you to go to great lengths to find what you can. If you can’t find anything, even after checking with a friendly grad student, faculty member, and a librarian, pick a nearby discipline (for the costume design folks, maybe Theater Arts) in order to discover some of these concepts. Now, you’ll be citing some sources for this. Of course. I want you to use APA citation format. Your list of references will also be in APA format. Many of you are more comfortable with MLA, but we use APA in this class. Respect to the team at Purdue for their hard work on Citations and many other critical writing skills. I have attached their citation chart so you can get this right for our paper. Finally, After your introduction, your understanding of threshold concepts, and then your presentation of two concepts related to your discipline, write your way to the finish line with a conclusion summarizing what you learned. Will these concepts help you as you make your way to the BA?I am very excited to read your papers as I am learning about these concepts and their application to teaching transfer students. Are these the “DNA of Disciplines?” Will we be able to accelerate your comfort and enjoyment of UCSB by guiding you to find and understand these concepts? I am not sure. But I’m grateful that you will invest some time on this assignment. ********GRADING CRITERIA BELOW. FOLLOW*********Here’s the guide I wrote for the Teaching Team so they can properly grade this week-three writing challenge. Budget some time for this one. It will likely require a visit to the library to get help finding good sources. It’s never been assigned before, so I don’t know how many hours it will take.Also, Mac users… we can’t handle anything in .Pages format. Before you upload, be sure to use one of our approved formats: DOC DOCX PDF RTF. Teaching team, if you get a format you can’t read, treat it as a late paper and deduct 10 points every 24 hours until the student re-uploads in a format you can read. Note to teaching team: Send me any papers that you are struggling with. I’ll jump in and grade with you. “Fit and Finish”The graders will judge how tidy and readable your paper is.Maximum score25Threshold ConceptsYou’ll be graded on your location of a definition of Threshold Concepts from a credible source and how well you describe it in your own words. Imagine you are telling your teaching team about the terms and sharing your understanding.Maximum score25Two Concepts from their major.The graders will look to see how well you struggled to find Threshold Concepts from your discipline and then described them in your own words.Maximum score25CitationsBy the time you turn in this paper, you’ll have met the head of Judicial Affairs. Be sure to properly cite your sources (you can cite conversations, websites, books, articles. Just check the OWL chart to get it right.)Maximum score25
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The Purdue OWL: Citation Chart
Category
General Approach
Reference Lists
Citing Books
Updated July 2018
MLA
The Modern Language Association
(MLA) provides a method for source
documentation that is used in most
humanities courses. The humanities
place emphasis on authorship, so most
MLA citation involves recording the
author’s name in the physical text. The
author’s name is also the first to
appear in the “Works Cited” page at
the end of an essay. The most recent
MLA formatting can be found in the
eighth edition of the MLA manual.
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APA
The American Psychological Association
(APA) provides a method for source
documentation that is used in most
social sciences courses. The social
sciences place emphasis on the date a
work was created, so most APA citation
involves recording the date of a
particular work in the physical text. The
date is usually placed immediately after
the author’s name in the “References”
page at the end of an essay. The most
recent APA formatting can be found in
the sixth edition of the APA manual.
CMOS
The Chicago Manual of Style (CMOS) includes
two systems for citation: a notes and
bibliography (NB) system and an author-date
(AD) system. This poster displays citations in
the NB system, which is used in most history
courses. The primary difference between the
two systems’ citations is that in AD, the
publication year follows the author’s name.
History places great emphasis on source
origins, so footnotes and endnotes are used
to demonstrate on-page where a particular
piece of information comes from. In the NB
system, a number is assigned to a particular
fact in the text, and the correlating footnote
or endnote will link the source to the text and
to the bibliography. The most recent CMOS
formatting can be found in the seventeenth
edition of the CMOS manual.
Note that the MLA 8th ed. extensively
references the notion of a “container”
in its instructions for formatting
citations. In this context, a container is
the larger work that contains the
specific source (e.g., if a chapter is
being cited, the book is its container).
The container is normally italicized and
followed by a comma.
Occasionally truncated entries are given simply to focus on the differences between citations for each type of material. Ellipses
indicate which entries would normally continue according to the basic principles of each style. Please see the OWL’s Research and
Citation section for more details.
Book citations in MLA generally require Book citations in APA generally require
Book citations in CMOS style generally require
the author name, work title, publisher, author name, publication year, work
the author name, work title, publication city,
and year published. Provide a
title, publication city, and publisher.
publisher, and publication year.
publication city if the book was
published before 1900 or there are two
versions of a book (i.e. British and US
edition).
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General book
format
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Single author
Pollan, Michael. The Omnivore’s
Dilemma: A Natural History of Four
Meals. Penguin, 2006.
Pollan, Michael. . . .
Pollan, M. (2006). The omnivore’s
dilemma: A natural history of four
meals. New York, NY: Penguin Group.
Pollan, M. (2006). . . .
Pollan, Michael. The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A
Natural History of Four Meals. New York:
Penguin, 2006.
Pollan, Michael. . . .
Two authors
Bell, James K., and Adrian A. Cohn. . . .
Bell, James K., and Adrian A. Cohn. . . .
Three to …
authors.
Include the first author’s name,
followed by et al.
Kernis, Michael, et al.
Use the ampersand (&) instead of
“and.”
Bell, J. K., & Cohn A. (1968). . . .
For 3 to 7 authors, include every
author. List by last names and initials.
Commas separate author names. An
ampersand should come before the
last author’s name.
Kernis, M. H., Cornell, D. P., Sun, C. R.,
Berry, A., Harlow, T., & Bach, J. S.
(1993). There’s more to self-esteem
than whether it is high or low: The
importance of stability of selfesteem. Journal of Personality and
Social Psychology, 65, 1190-1204.
Many authors
Format as per “three to … authors”
(above).
For more than 10 authors, list the first seven
names in the bibliography followed by et
al. Otherwise, format notes as per 3-10
authors (above).
Corporate/
Organization
author
American Psychiatric Association… .
If there are more than seven authors,
after the sixth author’s name, use an
ellipses in place of the remaining
names. Then provide the final author
name.
Miller, F. H., Choi, M. J., Angeli, L. L.,
Harland, A. A., Stamos, J. A., Thomas, S.
T., . . . Rubin, L. H. (2009)….
American Psychiatric Association.
(2005). . . .
Updated July 2018
For 3 to 10 authors, include all names in
bibliography, but only the first author’s
name in notes, followed by et al with no
comma before et al.
Kernis, Michael, David Cornell, C Sun, Adam
Berry, Thomas Harlow, and Janeen Bach. . .
.
American Psychiatric Association. . . .
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(If the organization is also the
publisher, only list the organization as
the publisher.)
Unknown
author
Start with the title.
Oxford Essential World Atlas…
Start with the title.
Oxford essential world atlas. (2001). . . .
Start with the title.
Oxford Essential World Atlas. . . .
Two or more
works by the
same author
Use the author’s name in the first
entry. Use three hyphens followed by
a period (in place of the name) for
subsequent entries. Order entries
alphabetically by title.
Borroff, Marie. Language and the Poet:
Verbal Artistry in Frost, Stevens, and
Moore. U of Chicago P, 1979.
———.“Sound Symbolism as Drama in
the Poetry of Robert Frost.” PMLA,
vol. 107, no. 1, 1992, pp. 131-44.
JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/462806
Change noted by title. See entry
above.
Include the author’s name for each
entry. Order according to year (earliest
first).
Borroff, M. (1979). . . .
Use the author’s name in the first entry. Use
three hyphens followed by a period (in place
of the name) for subsequent entries. Order
entries alphabetically by title.
Borroff, Marie. Language and the Poet: Verbal
Artistry in Frost, Stevens, and Moore.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1979.
———. “Sound Symbolism as Drama in the
Poetry of Robert Frost.” PMLA 107, no. 1,
(1992): 131-44, accessed 5 May 2018,
www.jstor.org/stable/462806.
Two or more
works by the
same author,
same year.
Author with
an editor
Author with a
translator
Updated July 2018
Poston, Ted. A First Draft of History.
Edited by Kathleen A. Hauke, U of
Georgia Press, 2000.
Laplace, Pierre-Simon. A Philosophical
Essay on Probabilities. Translated by
F. W. Truscott and F. L. Emory. John
Wiley & Sons, 1902.
Borroff, M. (1992). . . .
Include the author’s name for each
entry. Order according to year. Within
a single year, order alphabetically by
title. Give repeated years a lowercase
letter suffix.
Slechty, P. C. (1997a). . . .
Change noted by title. See entry above.
Slechty, P. C. (1997b). . . .
Poston, T. (2000). A First draft of history. Poston, Ted. A First Draft of History, edited by
K. A. Hauke (Ed.). Athens: University of
Kathleen A. Hauke. Athens: University of
Georgia Press.
Georgia Press, 2000.
Laplace, P. S. (1902). A philosophical
Laplace, P. S. A Philosophical Essay on
essay on probabilities. (F. W. Truscott
Probabilities. Translated by F. W. Truscott
& F. L. Emory, Trans.). London: John
and F. L. Emory. London: John Wiley and
Wiley & Sons.
Sons, 1902.
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Editor with no Duncan, Greg J., and Jeanne Brooksauthor
Gunn, editors. Consequences of
Growing up Poor. Russell Sage
Foundation, 1997.
Work in an
Harris, Muriel. “Talk to Me: Engaging
anthology
Reluctant Writers.” A Tutor’s Guide:
Helping Writers, edited by Ben
Rafoth, Heinemann, 2000, pp. 24–34.
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Duncan, G. J., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (Eds.).
(1997). Consequences of growing up
poor. New York, NY: Russell Sage
Foundation.
Harris, Muriel. (2000). Talk to me:
Engaging reluctant writers. In Ben
Rafoth (Ed.), A tutor’s guide: Helping
writers one to one (pp. 24–34).
Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Helfer, M. E., Kempe, R. S., & Krugman,
R. D. (1997). The battered child (5th
ed.). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago
Press.
Wiener, P. (Ed.). (1973). Dictionary of
the history of ideas (Vols. 1–4). New
York, NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons.
Duncan, G. J. and J. Brooks-Gunn, eds.
Consequences of Growing Up. New York:
Russell Sage Foundation, 1997.
Encyclopedia/ Posner, Rebecca. “Romance
Dictionary
Languages.” The Encyclopedia
Britannica: Macropedia, 15th ed.,
1987.
Posner, R. (1987). Romance languages.
In The Encyclopedia Britannica:
Macropedia (15th ed.). Chicago, IL:
William Benton.
Foreword,
introduction,
preface, or
afterword
Duncan, H. D. (1984). Introduction. In
K. Burke (Ed.), Permanence and
change: An anatomy of purpose
(pp. xiii–xliv). Berkeley, CA:
University of California Press.
In APA periodical citation, authors are
named by their last name followed by
Well-known encyclopedias cited in notes
only.
1. The Encyclopedia Britannica: Macropedia,
15th ed. (1987), s.v. “Romance
Languages.” (Chicago: William Benton),
175.
Duncan, Hugh Dalziel. Introduction to
Permanence and Change: An Anatomy of
Purpose, xiii–xliv. By Kenneth Burke, xiiixliv. Berkeley: University of California
Press, 1984.
CMOS periodical citations include author
name, article title, publication title,
Edition other
than first
Helfer, M. E., et al. The Battered Child.
5th ed., U of Chicago P, 1997.
Multivolume
work
In a multivolume set, list the volume
that you consulted and its
corresponding publication year.
Wiener, Philip P., editor. Dictionary of
the History of Ideas. Vol. 1, Charles
Scribner’s Sons, 1968.
Articles in Periodicals
Updated July 2018
Duncan, Hugh Dalziel. Introduction.
Permanence and Change: An
Anatomy of Purpose, by Kenneth
Burke, U of California P, 1984, pp. xiiixliv.
Although periodicals are cited similarly
to most book sources, MLA’s eighth
Harris, Muriel. “Talk to Me: Engaging
Reluctant Writers.” In A Tutor’s Guide:
Helping Writers One to One, edited by Ben
Rafoth, 24–34. Portsmouth, NH:
Heinemann, 2000.
Helfer, M.E., R.S. Kempe, and R.D. Krugman.
The Battered Child. 5th ed. Chicago:
University of Chicago Press, 1997.
Weiner, Philip, ed. Dictionary of the History of
Ideas. 4 vols. New York: Charles Scribner’s
Sons, 1968–73.
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edition makes some distinctions
specific to periodicals.
Magazine
Scholarly
Journal
(paginated by
issue)
Daily
newspaper
Editorial in
newspaper
without
author
Letter to the
editor
Book or film
review
Updated July 2018
Poniewozik, James. “Election 2000: TV
Makes a Too-Close Call.” Time, 20
Nov. 2000, pp. 70-71.
Bagchi, Alaknanda. “Conflicting
Nationalisms: The Voice of the
Subaltern in Mahasweta Devi’s
Bashai Tudu.” Tulsa Studies in
Women’s Literature, vol. 15, no 1,
Spring 1996, pp. 41-50.
Krugman, Paul. “Fear of Eating.” New
York Times, 21 May 2007, late ed., p.
A1.
“Of Mines and Men.” Editorial. Wall
Street Journal, 24 Oct. 2003, p. A14.
Hamer, John. Letter. American
Journalism Review, Dec. 2006/Jan.
2007, p. 7.
Seitz, Matt Zoller. “Life in the Sprawling
Suburbs, If You Can Really Call It
Living.” Review of Radiant City,
directed by Gary Burns and Jim
Brown, New York Times, 30 May
2007, p. E1.
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initials; the publication year goes
between parentheses and is followed by
a period. Only the first word and proper
nouns are capitalized for article titles.
Periodical titles are written in title case
and followed by the volume number,
which, with the title, is also italicized.
Poniewozik, J. (2000, November 20).
Election 2000: TV makes a too-close
call. Time, 156(21), 70–71.
Bagchi, A. (1996). Conflicting
nationalisms: The voice of the
subaltern in Mahasweta Devi’s Bashai
Tudu. Tulsa Studies in Women’s
Literature, 15(1), 41–50.
publication date, and issue information.
CMOS also requires citation of a URL if the
journal was accessed online.
Krugman, P. (2007, May 21). Fear of
eating. New York Times, p. A1.
Krugman, Paul. “Fear of Eating.” New York
Times (New York, NY), May 21, 2007.
Editorial: Of mines and men [Editorial].
(2003, Oct 24). The Wall Street
Journal, p. A14.
Cited in notes only, without headline.
1. “Of Mines and Men,” editorial, Wall
Street Journal, October 24, 2003.
Hamer, J. [Letter to the editor].
(2006/2007, December/January).
American Journalism Review, p. 7.
Poniewozik, James. “Election 2000: TV Makes
a Too-Close Call.” Time, November 20,
2000.
Bagchi, Alaknanda. “Conflicting Nationalisms:
The Voice of the Subaltern in Mahasweta
Devi’s Bashai Tudu.” Tulsa Studies in
Women’s Literature 15, no. 1 (Spring
1996): 41–50.
Cited in notes only, without headline.
1. John Hamer, letter to the editor,
American Journalism Review (College Park,
MD), December 2006/January 2007.
Seitz, M. Z. (2007, May 30). Life in the
Sietz, Matt Zoller. Review of Radiant City,
sprawling suburbs, if you can really call
directed by Gary Burns and Jim Brown.
it living [Review of the film Radiant
New York Times, May 30, 2007, Late
City, directed by Gary Burns and Jim
edition.
Brown, 2006]. New York Times, late
ed., p. E1.
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Online Sources
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For most online sources, the MLA asks
for author/editor, title, website title,
publisher/organization, publication
date, volume/issue number, page
numbers, and URL. However, the URL
should omit http:// or https://.
Whenever possible, use a permalink or
DOI (digital object identifier) instead of
a URL. A date of access can also be
helpful, especially if the source does
not have a publication date.
In APA citation, online sources often
include DOIs (digital object identifiers).
If a DOI is available, it is used in place of
a URL. The DOI is frequently found on
the first page of an online source. APA
generally cites author, date, page title,
site title, available page numbers, and a
URL or DOI.
Author/Editor. Name of Site. Version
number, Name of
publisher/organizer, date of
publication (if available),
URL/DOI/permalink. Date of access (if
applicable).
Author. (Year [use n.d. if not given]).
Article or page title. Larger Publication
Title, volume number(issue number).
Retrieved from http://url address
Entire
Website
The Purdue OWL Family of Sites. The
Writing Lab and OWL at Purdue and
Purdue U, 2008,
owl.english.purdue.edu/owl.
Accessed 16 July 2018.
The Writing Lab and OWL at Purdue and
Purdue U. (2008). The Purdue OWL
Family of Sites. Retrieved July 16,
2018, from
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/
The Writing Lab and OWL at Purdue and
Purdue U. The Purdue OWL Family of Sites.
Accessed 16 July 2018.
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/
Page from
Website
Shiva, Vandana. “Bioethics: A Third
World Issue.” Nativeweb,
http://www.nativeweb.org/pages/leg
al/shiva.html. Accessed July 14, 2018.
Shiva, V. (2006, February). Bioethics: A
third world issue. Nativeweb.
Retrieved from
http://www.nativeweb.org/pages/leg
al/shiva.html
Shiva, Vandana. “Bioethics: A Third World
Issue.” Nativeweb. Accessed July 14, 2018.
https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontlin
e/shows/cool/giants/.
General
format
Updated July 2018
CMOS citation requires the URL or DOI to be
listed at the end of the citation. The date of
access should also be included if there is no
publication or modification date. Citations for
websites should be included in the notes, and
only included in the bibliography if there are
no notes.
Titles of websites are usually set in roman
(i.e., no formatting). However, titles of blogs,
books, journals, shows, movies, and similar
sources should be italicized.
Author (and/or owner, sponsor).
“Document/Webpage Title.” Title of Website.
Updated or Accessed Date. URL.
For Notes:
1. “Title of Document/Webpage,” Title of
website, Author/Owner, last modified date or
accessed date, URL.
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Page from
Website with
unknown
author
Image from a
Website
Online book
Portion of an
online book
Article in an
online journal
Updated July 2018
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“Media Giants.” Frontline: The
Merchants of Cool, PBS,
www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/
shows/cool/giants. Accessed July 14,
2018.
Goya, Francisco. The Family of Charles
IV. 1800. Museo Nacional del Prado,
Madrid. Museo Nacional del Prado,
www.museodelprado.es/en/thecollection/art-work/the-family-ofcarlos-iv/f47898fc-aa1c-48f6-a77971759e417e74. Accessed 22 May
2006.
Media giants. (2001). PBS. Retrieved
from
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/fron
tline/shows/cool/giants/
“Media Giants.” PBS online. Accessed July 14,
2018.
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline
/shows/cool/giants.
Delabastita, Dirk, and Lieven D’hulst.
European Shakespeares: Translating
Shakespeare in the Romantic Age.
John Benjamins Publishing Company,
1990, Proquest E-book,
ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/purdu
e/detail.action?docID=842928.
Adams, H. “Diplomacy.” The Education
of Henry Adams, Houghton Mifflin
Co., 1918. Bartleby,
www.bartleby.com/159/8.html.
Bent, Henry E. “Professionalization of
the Ph.D. Degree.” The Journal of
Higher Education, vol. 30, no.3, 1959
pp. 140-45, JSTOR,
www.jstor.org/stable/1978286.
Accessed 14 July 2018.
Delabastita, D., & L. D’hulst. (1990).
Delabastita, Dirk, and Lieven D’hulst.
European Shakespeares. Translating
European Shakespeares: Translating
Shakespeare in the Romantic Age.
Shakespeare in the Romantic Age.
Retrieved from
Amsterdamn: John Benjamins Publishing
http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/
Company, 1990.
purdue/detail.action?docID=842928
http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/purd
ue/detail.action?docID=842928.
Adams, H. (1918). “Diplomacy.” In The
Adams, Henry. “Diplomacy.” The Education of
education of Henry Adams. Retrieved
Henry Adams. Boston: Houghton Mifflin
from
Co., 1918.
http://www.bartleby.com/159/8.html
http://www.bartleby.com/159/8.html.
Bent, H. (1959). Professionalization of
Bent, Henry E. “Professionalization of the
the Ph.D. degree. The Journal of Higher
Ph.D. Degree.” The Journal of Higher
Education, 30(3), 140–145.
Education 30, no. 3 (1959): 140–45.
https://www.jstor.org/stable/1978286.
Accessed July 14, 2018.
https://www.jstor.org/stable/1978286.
Goya, F. (1800). The family of Charles IV. Goya, Francisco. The Family of Charles IV,
Museo National del Prado. Retrieved
1800. Painting. Museo Nacional del Prado,
from
Madrid.
http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd
http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/goy
/goya/hd_goya.htm
a/hd_goya.htm.
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Article in an
online
magazine/
newspaper
Entire blog
Single Blog
Entry
Comment or
response on a
blog post
E-mail
Multimedia Sources
Bernstein, Mark. “10 Tips on Writing
the Living Web.” A List Apart, 16 Aug.
2002,
alistapart.com/article/writeliving.
Accessed 4 May 2009.
Mayer, Caroline. The Checkout.
Washington Post,
blog.washingtonpost.com/thechecko
ut. Accessed 19 Jan. 2007.
Mayer, Caroline. “Stamps to Become a
Marketing Vehicle.” The Checkout, 24
May 2006, Washington Post,
www.washingtonpost.com/wpdyn/content/article/2006/05/23/AR2
006052301593.html?noredirect=on.
Accessed 19 July 2018.
Jay Dean. Comment on “When the Self
Emerges: Is That Me in the Mirror?.”
Psyblog, 7 May 2008, 4:00 p.m.,
http://www.spring.org.uk/the1sttran
sport.
Kunka, Andrew. “Re: Modernist
Literature.” Received by John Watts,
15 Nov. 2000.
MLA Format for multimedia sources
considers if the entry is highlighting the
contribution of a particular person,
such as performer, director, or creator.
MLA also considers if a film or
television show was watched online.
Use the following format for all
sources: Author. Title. Title of
container (self-contained if book),
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Bernstein, M. (2002). 10 tips on writing Bernstein, M. “10 Tips on Writing the Living
the living web. A List Apart: For People
Web.” A List Apart, August 16, 2002.
Who Make Websites. Retrieved from
http://www.alistapart.com/ …
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