Being an English/Art History dual major, Josie will often utilize the Modern Language Association (MLA) style to cite sources in her documents. This design is employed for literary works, arts, and humanities.
MLA design works on the ongoing works Cited list by the end to offer the complete information on the sources consulted. Glance at the after MLA citations from Josie’s paper on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and note the sun and rain frequently needed whenever writing complete citations.
Make sure to record this information while you gather your sources throughout the investigation procedure. You may want it later on when you compose your paper.
- Book with One Writer
Author’s Last Title, First Name. Title of Book. Host to Publication: Publisher, Date of Publication. Structure.
Jowett, Lorna. Intercourse and the Slayer: A Gender Studies Primer for the Buffy Fan. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan UP, 2005. Print.
Essay from Edited Book
Author’s Final Title, First Name. “Title of Essay.” Title of Edited Book. Ed. Editor First Name . Host to Publication: Publisher, Date of Publication. Page Variety of Essay. Structure.
Osgerby, Bill. “‘So whom’s Got Time for grownups!’: Femininity, Consumption therefore the growth of Teen television – from Gidget to Buffy.” Teen television: Genre, Consumption, Identity. Continue reading “MLA Functions Cited: The Rules”