Where Credit Is Due: A Guide to Proper Citing of Sources - Print and Nonprint (Revised)


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Scarecrow Press
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5.76 X 8.78 X 0.8 inches | 0.93 pounds

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About the Author

Nancy E. Shields retired as the Instructional Media Specialist from Brewster High School in Brewster, NY. Mary E. Uhle teaches English at Brewster High School.


...exactly what the librarian needs to provide students with up-to-date styles for documentation in their writing...highly recommended.-- "The Book Report"
Students...can use this [book] and its helpful checklists for the research paper process to get their citations right and give themselves time to focus on the content of the sources cited.-- "Rettig On Reference"
...the beginning researcher will likely find Where Credit Is Due an indispensable guide through the maze of writing a properly credited academic paper, more advanced students will be able to utilize the means of crediting nonprint and electronic information that similar, older works might not contain.-- "American Reference Books Annual"
This excellent text should be mandatory reading for all secondary school and university students and their teachers. Copies of this text should also be available for loan and reference use in every library. It is comprehensive in its coverage of a wide variety of citation sources...this little gem of a publication will save considerable heartache for students and reference librarians alike.-- "Australian Library Journal"
...takes citation to the next level...It contains all you ever wanted to know: how to cite a telephone interview, a statue, or a television program. The introduction contains a good checklist of types of sources...-- "VOYA"
A research recipe book.-- "Knowledge Quest"