1. Try the Citation Machine that uses anyone of the previously mentioned.
4. Ottobib. Just enter an ISBN. Cool.
5. How to cite an online page with NO PAGE NUMBER. See here.
1. Value of the Passive Voice, Biomedical Editor.
2. MLA Style.
3. Chicago/Turabian Style.
4. APA Style, American Psychological Association Style. Some of these quick references are worth checking out.
5. AP Style Book. from The Hill, dated July 9, 2017:
Even when individual authors do not adhere to the bias of AP Style, it often doesn’t matter. If they submit an article to a mainstream media outlet, they will likely see their words edited to conform. A pro-life author who submits a piece taking a position against abortion will see the words “pro-life” changed to “anti-abortion,” because the AP Stylebook instructs, “Use anti-abortion instead of pro-life and pro-abortion rights instead of pro-abortion or pro-choice.” It goes on, “Avoid abortionist,” saying the term “connotes a person who performs clandestine abortions.”
6. MLA Formatting & Style Guide. Cannot find the book online for free, so you’ll need to go to the usual places to purchase it–either at the MLA.orgwebsite or Amazon.
7. Chicago Manual of Style online.
8. Elements of Style, Strunk & White. This is an indispensable guide to producing eloquent writing. First published in 1918.
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