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1  Citations give credit to the source! Citations allow researchers to build on each other’s work.

2 Who – who created, wrote or edited it. Author’s last name, first. Pietrusza, David.

3 What – as in, what are you citing. Could be a poem, a book, a chapter of a book or a website or one of 100 other items. “Title of poem, chapter, section.” Title of Book. “Cigarettes and Disease.” Smoking.

4 Pietrusa, David. “Cigarettes and Disease.” Smoking. Or Pietrusa, David. Smoking.

5 Who published it? When was it published? For a book that could be a city and state, then the publisher. Then add when-the date. Place of publication: Publisher, copy right date. San Diego, CA: Lucent Books, 1996.

6 Pietrusa, David. “Cigarettes and Disease.” Smoking. San Diego, CA: Lucent Books, Include page numbers if you are only using a section of the book.

7 What format is the material you are using, print, cd, dvd, web etc.? Book, magazine, newspaper=Print. Websites, database, anything online=Web. Radio=Radio. Interview=Interview. ETC! Pietrusa, David. “Cigarettes and Disease.” Smoking. San Diego, CA: Lucent Books, Print.

8 Pietrusa, David. “Cigarettes and Disease.” Smoking. San Diego, CA: Lucent Books, Print.


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