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1 Some General Comments… Follow ALL the steps on the assignmentThis includes posting to a blogExamples should support your argument. Provide enough detail to do so.A representative quote needs to be longer than 1 sentence.Citations please!
3 Why do we need citations? Provide proof to our claimsGive credit where it is dueAvoid plagiarismAllows your reader to find what you readProvide additional information outside the scope of your paper
4 When do we cite? Not your original idea Not common knowledge Using a direct quoteAny claim that needs backing upDirecting your reader to tangential information
5 How do we cite? CONSISTENTLY! Never change citation styles mid-way through a paper!
6 Types of Citations Modern Language Association of America (MLA) American Psychological Association (APA)In 2010, Joe and Bob discovered that citations make you cool.Joe and Bob (2010) discovered that citations make you cool.
7 MLA vs APA in text citations Author’s last nameOmits yearUses relevant page numberUsed in English, HumanitiesAuthor’s last nameDate in parenthesesPage number if citing something specificUsed in Social Sciences
8 APA in ActionOther workable deﬁnitions of social capital contain similar elements, such as Mark E. Warrren’s more utilitarian deﬁnition describes it as being:...individual investments in social relations that have the consequences, whether or not intended, of enabling collective actions which return goods in excess of those the individual might achieve by acting alone. (Warren, 2008, pg. 125)Writing after Putnam, Warren seeks to deﬁne social capital in a way that has the critical capacity to be better able to deal with social ‘goods’ as well as social ‘bads’ (Warren, 2008). In other words, it is not just benign bowling league participants who create bonds via social capital for the greater social good. Terrorists such as Timothy McVeigh and Terry McNichol ‘bowled together’ too.
9 References/Reference List/Works Cited Last page of your paperFor this class: at the end of your blog postIncludes everything you citedOther works you looked at but do not quote directly
10 APA ReferencesBook: Bakardjieva, M. (2005). Internet Society: the internet in everyday life. Sage Publications Ltd., Thousand Oaks, CA. Journal article: Oldenburg, R. and Brissett, D. (1982). The third place. Qualitative Sociology, 5(4):265 – 284.
11 Edited Anthology: Cheung, C. (2004) Edited Anthology: Cheung, C. (2004). Identity construction and self-presentation on personal homepages: Emancipatory potentials and reality constraints. In Gauntlett, D. and Horsley, R. (Eds.), Web.Studies (pp. 53 – 55). Oxford University Press, New York. Website: Bartle, R. A. (1996). Hearts, clubs, diamonds, spaces: Players who suit muds. Retrieved July 7,
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