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numbers. Publication format.
Jones, Jane. "Writing with style." Style Writing Journal 12.6 (2005):
Author. "Title." Journal title, Volume #.Issue # (Date): Page
number(s). Title of Database. Publication medium. Date of access.
Jones, James. "How Writing Influences Our Lives." Local
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Johnson, Robert. "What Writing Style Does for Me." Style
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"Peer review" is the process through which experts in a field of study examine and assess the quality of articles before they are published. Peer review insures that the research described in a journal's articles is sound and of high quality.
Sometimes the term "refereed" is used instead of peer reviewed.
You can identify Peer reviewed journals in the following source:
Only cite indirect sources when you are unable to obtain the original. When you are quoting or paraphrasing information by someone who was quoted in another source (indirect), and you have not read the original, you should cite the original source within the text as "quoted in", and then cite the indirect source in the reference list. You should attempt to find and read the original work, if possible.
Citing original work within text:
...as noted by Michael Wolff (qtd. in Fleishman 64)
Citing indirect source in in Works Cited list:
Fleishman, Avrom. George Eliot's Intellectual Life. Cambridge.
Cambridge University Press, 2010. Print.
Hill, Charles G. "Gide, Andre." Encyclopedia of World Literature
in the 20th Century. Ed. Steven R. Serafin. Vol. 2.
Farmington Hills, MI: St. James Press, 1999. Print.
Author. "Title of article." Title of Work. Edition. Publisher
or sponsor of site (if not available, use N.p.). Date of
publication. Publication format. Date of access.
Vietto, Angela. "Burnett, Frances Hodgson." Continuum
Encyclopedia of American Literature. Credo Reference.
2005. PDF file. January 20, 2012.