Example Journal Article, One Author
Sutherland, M. B. (2000, May). Problems of diversity in policy and practice: Celtic
languages in the United Kingdom. Comparative Education, 36(2), 199-209.
Example Journal Article, 3 to 6 Authors
Gubbins, H., O'Halloran, S., Kearney, D., Dore, A., Magner, E., & Murphy, E. (2007,
June). A forum for the practice of musicology in Ireland. British
Postgraduate Musicology, 9, 5-15.
Example Book Chapter in an Edited Book
Waksman, S. (2006). Black sound, black body: Jimi Hendrix, the
electric guitar and the meaning of blackness. In A.
Bennett, B. Shank, & J. Toynbee (Eds.), The popular
music studies reader (pp. 64-70). New York: Routledge.
Example In-Text Citations
Lux (2104) asserts that sources should, in most cases, be introduced by the use of a signal phrase.
Signal Phrase with Quote
Lux (2014) asserts that using a signal phrase is recommended for paragraph flow as well as to "immediately indicate the author of the idea about to be presented" (p. 199).
Following Paraphrase (No Signal Phrase)
Paraphrases should, in most cases, be introduced by the use of a signal phrase (Lux, 2014).
Quote (No Signal Phrase)
Using a signal phrase is recommended for paragraph flow as well as to "immediately indicate the author of the idea about to be presented" (Lux, 2014, p. 199).
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