Do I put "The fetus can feel pain at 20 weesk" (name of website). Or do I put the name of the auther after it instead of the name of the website? I'm confused. Please tell!!
Use, in this order, as many of these items as are relevant and useful for clearly identifying the source document. The list is long not so that you will include all of it in every reference, but because Web page content and format vary so widely.
1. Author or editor's last name, then first name.
2. Title of the article in quotation marks.
3. Site name or site section that has collected the articles, or book title, either underlined or italicized.
4. Editor or compiler's name (if not used in No. 1 above).
5. Publication information for the printed version, if such exists. (Use the appropriate Periodical date: pages format for printed sources described below.)
6. Title of Web site (if No. 3 is a site section), project, or database. Use Home Page if no title.
7. Editor of the Web site or project or database, if any.
8. Version number, volume number, or other identifying number.
9. Date of publication, posting, or modification. (In Netscape, use "View," "Page Info" to get a "Last Modified" date if no date is given in the article itself.)
10. Total pages, sections, or paragraphs if numbered.
11. Name of corporation, organization, or institution sponsoring Web site. (Note that the URL will usually contain the organization's name or initials or short form and thus help you determine the name to use here.)
12. Date when you accessed the site (without a period following it).
13. URL of the document <in angle brackets> followed by a period.
Note that you will normally be using only about half a dozen of these.
According to MLA citation rules you just have the quote like this "bla bla (Lynch)." Then you put the website in the works cited/bibliography page at the end of your report. it should look something like this.
Lynch, Tim. "DSN Trials and Tribble-ations Review." Psi Phi: Bradley's
Science Fiction Club. 1996. Bradley University. 8 Oct. 1997 <http://www.bradley.edu/campusorg/psiphi/...
ps: if the quote is longer than 3 typed lines then you need to start it on a new line and indent all the lines of the quote one tab'd space.
it will do a works cited page for you. all you need to do is put in the sources and it formats everything for you perfectly. it is defaulted mla but you can change that if you need to. the best resource you will ever need if you need to do a paper.
Check out the APA. It has all the rules.
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