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Additional exercise for apa references

  1. 1. <ul><li>Author: Mack, Charles</li></ul>Year of publication: 2005<br />Title: Looking at the Renaissance: essays toward a conceptual appreciation<br />Publisher: Taylor & Francis<br />Place of Publication: London<br /><ul><li>Author : Joe E. Gardens </li></ul>Year : 2005, 10 January<br />Title: Stress attack<br /><ul><li>Source : The New Times
  2. 2. Authors of article: Kushbu Khan and Rita Sharma</li></ul>Year: 2007<br />Tile of article: Globalisation and social determinants of health<br />Title of Journal: Globalisation and Health<br />Volume: 3<br />Issue: 7<br /><ul><li>Pages: 190-200
  3. 3. Author : Malaysian Author’s Bureau
  4. 4. Title : Author’s generation.
  5. 5. Year : 1999
  6. 6. Retrieved : 12 June 2000
  7. 7. From : http://www.writersmalaysian.com/php/.213</li></ul>APA References:<br />Gardens, J.E. ( 2005, January 10). Stress Attack. The New Times.<br />Khan, K. , & Sharma, R. (2007). Globalisation and social determinants of health. Globalisation <br />and Health, 3 (7), 190-200.<br />(both styles accepted :Malaysian UM APA and British APA)<br /> Kushbu Khan, & Rita Sharma . (2007). Globalisation and social determinants of health. <br /> Globalisation and Health, 3 (7), 190-200.<br />Mack, C. (2005). Looking at the Renaissance: Essays toward a conceptual <br />appreciation. London: Taylor &Francis.<br />Malaysian Author’s Bureau. (1999). Author’s generation. Retrieved 12 June 2000, from <br /> http://www.writersmalaysian.com/php/.213<br />**IMPORTANT NOTES:<br /> 1. Arrange the reference list according to alphabetical order<br /> 2. Do not write numbers for each reference. It must be like the above. Indent the second sentence <br /> onwards for each reference.<br />

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