A clear and complete guide to bibliographic and footnoting style for citing on-line information fills a desperate need for coherent rules for these citations, as well as gives guidelines for formating documents for online preparation, and much more. Simultaneous. UP.For more information on citing legal sources, see The Blue Book: A Uniform System of Citation (Harvard Law Review) or more general works such as The Chicago Manual of Style. ... and other sacred references, like legal references, do not need to be included in the list of works cited, unless you are referencing a specific edition or translation, but should be acknowledged in the text or in an in- text note.
|Title||:||The Columbia Guide to Online Style|
|Author||:||Janice R. Walker, Todd Taylor|
|Publisher||:||Columbia University Press - 2006-09-25|