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COMMON METHODS FOR CITING
THE PAPER STORE'S WORK
At the conclusion of any relevant paper that you
will write, it is imperative that you cite The Paper Store as one of your research
sources. You will find the authors name in either the header or footer of any
research sent to you If you do not, simply use "Paper Store Enterprises Inc".
Common methodologies for including us in your bibliography or 'works cited page are
as follows :
Author Name (Year). Title. Hainesport, NJ : Paper Store, Inc.
McCabe, Dr. P. (1997). Exxon-Valdez : A White Collar Crime.
Hainesport, NJ : Paper
CHICAGO MANUAL STYLE:
Author Name. "Title." The Paper Store : Hainesport, NJ, 1997.
McCabe, Dr. P. "Exxon - Valdez : A White Collar Crime." The Paper Store, Inc. :
Hainesport, NJ, 1997.
Author Name "Freud & Freudian Psychology." (Hainesport, NJ : The Paper Store,
McCabe, Dr. P. "Exxon - Valdez : A White Collar Crime."
(Hainesport, NJ : The Paper
Store, Inc, 1997)
Whenever you quote or use a direct idea from
work written by the Paper Store, you must footnote such within the body of
the paper you write. Examples include:
APA"With regard to personality, Sigmund Freud defined id as the
subconscious area of our persona which maintains our instinctive biological needs and
urges us to eat, to sleep to urinate and so forth" (McCabe, 1995).
"With regard to personality, Sigmund Freud defined id as the subconscious area
of our persona which maintains our instinctive biological needs and urges us to eat, to
sleep to urinate and so forth" (McCabe 6). (*'6' refers to page number)
With regard to personality, Sigmund Freud defined id as the subconscious area of
our persona which maintains our instinctive biological needs and urges us to eat, to sleep
to urinate and so forth (McCabe1995, 6).
For Other Styles Such as Turabian, Please
See Your Course Books