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    • Citing Your Sources MLA Formatting and Style
    • Book Citation
      • Author (Last name, First name). Title . City of publication: Publisher, Copyright date. Print. (For a book, type Print).
    • Book Citations
      • Name of Author. (Last name, first name followed by a period.)
      • Title in italics followed by a period
      • City of publication followed by a colon
      • Publisher followed by a comma
      • Copyright date followed by a period
      • Type the word Print followed by a period
      • Citations should be listed in alphabetical order
    • Example of a Book Citation
      • Levin, Judith. Depression and Mood Disorders . New York:
      • Rosen Publishing, 2009. Print.
    • Database Citations
      • Author, if available, followed by a period
      • Article name in quotation marks followed by a period
      • Title of database in italics followed by a period
      • Publisher followed by a comma
      • Copyright date followed by a period
      • Type the word Web followed by a period
      • Date you accessed or found the information followed by a period
      • URL (only if required by teacher. You may want to copy and paste for your own use.)
      • Citations should be listed in alphabetical order
    • Example of a Database Citation
      • Cefrey, Holly. “Alcohol Abuse and Binge Drinking.” Teen Health and Wellness . Rosen, 2010. Web. 14 April 2010.
    • Website Citations
      • Name of author and editor, if available, followed by a period
      • Name of article in quotation marks followed by a period
      • Title of the Website in italics followed by a period
      • Any volume numbers if available followed by a period
      • Publisher followed by a comma (If no publisher type n.p.)
      • Copyright date followed by a period (If no date type n.d.)
      • Page numbers (if available) followed by a period
      • Must type the word Web followed by a period
      • Date you accessed or found the information followed by a period
      • URL (if required by teacher or for your own use)
      • Citations should be listed in alphabetical order
    • Example of a Website Citation
      • “ What is Childhood Leukemia?” American Cancer Society. American Cancer Society, 2010. Web. 15 April 2010.