2Book with One AuthorAccording to Eric Schlosser, “fast food chains are now gaining access to the last advertising-free outposts of American life”: public schools ( ).Taken from Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser, page 51, published in New York by Perennial in 2002.Works Cited Entry:__________________________________________________________________________
3Answer for Book w/ One Author (51).Works Cited Entry:Schlosser, Eric. Fast Food Nation. New York:Perennial, p51. Print.
4Book with Four AuthorsThe authors assert that “Most multicultural readers approach diversity in one of two ways” ( ).Taken from Rereading Culture by Gary Columbo, Robert Cullen, Linda Laslow, and Bonnie Lisle, page 5. The book was published in 2007 by Bedford/St. Martins in Boston.Works Cited Entry:___________________
5Answer for Book w/ 4 Authors (Columbo et al. 5).Columbo, Gary, Robert Cullen, Linda Laslow, and Bonnie Lisle. Rereading Culture. Boston: Bedford/St. Martins, p5. Print.
6Article from a WebsiteFlintoff writes, “The religious board that supervises elections has disqualified thousands of independent and reform candidates” ( ).Article from npr.org for National Public Radio. It is written by Corey Flintoff and is titled “Iranian Elections Provide View into Power Dynamics” in the Word section of the website. This quote was taken from paragraph 2 of 10 paragraphs total. The article was published on March 12, I accessed it on March 13, The website is
7Answer for Article from Website (p2).Flintoff, Corey. “Iranian Elections Provide View Into Power Dynamics”. National Public Radio. 12 Mar 2008, Web. 13 Mar <www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php? storyId= >