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Contents

Introduction

Why Create One?

Where Does it Go?

Which Sources are Included?

MLA Style Example

APA Style Example

Avoiding Problems

 

How to Create a Works Cited or References List

Confusing Sources, Confusing Styles: Avoiding Problems with Documentation

Works cited pages are one of the most common places to find errors in the work of less experienced research writers. The tips below will help clarify the differences between styles that may confuse you when compiling your works cited list.

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