APA/MLA Guidelines Quick Study
Quick reference guide to the essentials of two of the most highly used writing style guides for college–level students. The most frequently used elements of the 7th edition of the American Psychological Association’s publication manual are combined with elements of the 9th edition of the Modern Language Association’s rules of punctuation, reference citation, structure and format. This concise 6 page, colorfully organized, durably laminated guide is filled with the answers you need. APA is used largely in academics, psychology, communications, business, nursing, social sciences, criminology, education, economics and more. MLA is used for language and literature, foreign language, literary criticism and cultural studies. Having a quick reference handy can speed up the writing and editing process allowing the writer to focus on the quality of the paper, ensuring a better grade for students and professionally formatted articles when writing for publication in your field. For the convenience and benefit of increasing the quality of your writings, the price makes this an easy add to your writer’s toolbox.
6 page laminate guide includes:
- APA STYLE 7th Edition
- What is APA Style?
- Writing for the Behavioral & Social Sciences
- Manuscript Structure & Content
- Writing Clearly & Concisely
- The Mechanics of Style
- Presentation of Statistics in Text
- Reference List with Examples
- MLA STYLE 9th Edition
- What is MLA Style?
- Research & Writing
- Plagiarism & Academic Integrity
- Research Paper Format
- Citing Sources in the Text
- Inclusive Language Principles
- Mechanics of Writing with Examples
- Works Cited List with Examples
- Suggested uses:
- Students – Handy reference while writing papers & easily switch between styles
- Professors/Teachers – Keep handy while writing for academic journals in your subject area
- Professionals – Use while writing academic articles or papers for publication
These colorful 8½” x 11” laminated sheets provide four pages worth of useful facts, rules, and definitions. Topical boxes separate subject matter and provide fast location of important information. Keep these on hand as an accessible reference guide or memory refresher. ~ Enh
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