Need help with MLA or APA?
Here's a formula for crafting a clear and specific argument:
Most article databases, as well as the Library Catalog, have built-in tools that format citations of the material you find in them. You can select the style of citation you need (ASA, APA, MLA, etc.) and then copy/paste the citation into your Works Cited/References page.
In the Library Catalog, look for Cite this next to the title of the book you want to cite:
In the database Communication & Mass Media Complete, look for Cite:
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