SAMPLE BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATIONS (MLA Handbook 6th ed. )
One author: Freedman, Richard. What Do Unions Do?
Multi-volume work: Doyle, Arthur Conan. The
Anthology or Compilation: Lapate, Philtip,
ed. The Art of the Personal Essay: An Anthology.
Article in a Reference Book; “Mandarin.” The
Newspaper: Smith, John. "Budgetary Rhythms." New
For more specific information see MLA Handbook 6th ed. 5.7.5 p. 185-
Magazine: Walsh, David. "US. Japan Study Aim is Educational Reform."
An article from EBSCO: Phillips, Charles. “A
DAY TO REMEMBER
For more information see http://bll.epnet.com/help/ehost/Styles_of_Citation.htm
Culture Grams: "
Sirs: Author's name. "Title of the Article." Original Source of Article Date of original source: page numbers. Name of the Database Used. Name of the Service. Date of access <URL of service's homepage>.
Frick, Robert. "Investing
in Medical Miracles." Kiplinger's
Personal Finance Feb. 1999: 80-87. SIRS Researcher.
Information and Learning.
For more information see http://sks.sirs.com/cgi-bin/hst-table-display?file=cite.html&id=SNH0043-0-2260
AccessScience Online: Yoky Matsuoka,
"Humanoid robots", in AccessScience@McGraw-Hill,
http://www.accessscience.com, DOI 10.1036/1097-8542.YB040695, last modified:
Electronic journals include author, title of article, title of journal, volume and issue number, date of publication, number of pages. publication medium (Online), web site address (http://www……, date of access.
Alslon, Robin. "The
Guidelines for Family Television Viewing.
Regular web page include author, (if there is no author given begin with the title ) title of page (if there is no title use Home Page), organization responsible,. publication medium (Online), web site address (http://www……, date of access. Here are examples of the basic entry for documents from ~lnternet sites:
Author: Hoftmann, Heinrich. “Struwwelpeter.” Trans. Mark Twain. Nineteenth-Century
German Stories. Ed. Robert Godwin-Jones. 22
Feb. 1999.Foreign Lang. Dept., Virginia Commonwealth U.
Email: Author <author’s email address>. Subject of message [Email to recipient’s name <recipient’s email address>]. Date. Archived note if applicable.
Crouse, Maurice <email@example.com>. Electronic Citation
[Email to Julie Zecher <firstname.lastname@example.org>].
Government Document: Barenblat v.