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CNX 247: Cross-Examining the Witness

Book (APA)

Frye, N. (1957). Anatomy of criticism: Four essays.
     Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Chapter in a Book (APA)

Rosenberg, E. L. (2004). Mindfulness and consumerism.  In
     T. Kasser & A. B. Kanner (Eds.), Psychology and
     consumer culture: The struggle for a good life in a
     materialistic world
(pp. 57-79). Washington, DC:
     American Psychological Association.

Journal Article (APA)

Monk, P. (1980). Frankenstein's daughters: The problems
     of the feminine image in science fiction. Mosaic,
     13(3-4), 
15-27.

Website (APA)

Franklin & Marshall College Library. (2016, August 30).
     Citing sources: How to cite. Retrieved from
     http://libguides.fandm.edu/citation

Book (Chicago Author-Date)

Frye, Northrop. 1957. Anatomy of Criticism: Four Essays. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Chapter in a Book (Chicago Author-Date)

Rosenberg, Erika L. "Mindfulness and consumerism."  In Psychology and Consumer Culture: The struggle for a good life in a materialistic world, edited by Tim Kasser and Allen B. Kanner, (57-79). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2004.

Journal Article (Chicago Author-Date)

Monk, Patricia. 1980. "Frankenstein's Daughters: The Problems of the Feminine Image in Science Fiction. Mosaic 13(3-4):15-27.

Website (Chicago Author-Date)

Franklin & Marshall College Library. "Citing Sources: How to Cite." Last modified August 30, 2016,
http://libguides.fandm.edu/citation.

Book (MLA)

Frye, Northrop. Anatomy of Criticism: Four Essays. Princeton UP, 1957. 

Chapter in a Book (MLA)

Rosenberg, Erika L. "Mindfulness and consumerism." Psychology and Consumer Culture: The struggle for a good life in a materialistic world, edited by Tim Kasser and Allen B. Kanner, American Psychological Association, 2004, pp. 57-79. 

Journal Article (MLA)

Monk, Patricia. "Frankenstein's Daughters: The Problems of Feminine Image in Science Fiction." Mosaic vol. 13, no. 3-4, pp.15-27.

Website (MLA)

"Citing Sources: How to Cite." Citation and Evaluation Guide. Franklin & Marshall College, http://libguides.fandm.edu/c.php?g=158226&p=1036149. Accessed 30 August 2016. 

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