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I have to use APA citations. Is this correct? Clouse, L. (2019). Django Unbleached: The Languages of Power and Authenticity in Mainstream Film. Journal of Popular Film & Television, 47(4), 207–214. https://doi-org.proxy.library.edu/10.1080/01956051.2018.1562415
It's incorrect. I'm going to assume you're using APA 6th edition here. There are a couple of rules to remember when citing. 1. Don't trust the database to provide proper citations. 2. Check your citations against a reputable citation site. One of the best one's to use is the Purdue Owl. Here's a link: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/general_format.html In APA citations, titles are always sentence case. This means capitalize the first word of the title, any proper words, and the first word following a colon (which is the first word of the subtitle). This is a very important rule to remember, as it's the most common mistake I see. In this case, the title would be Django unbleached: The languages of power and authenticity in mainstream film. Your journal title is capitalized correctly, as you should capitalize all major words in a journal title. Make sure it's in italics, though. The volume and page numbers are correct. If the work as a doi, you should just put doi following by a colon, then the number. Here, it's doi:10.1080/01956051.2018.1562415
Subject: Library and Information Science
I'm writing a paper on drug abuse and my professor says I need reputable websites. This is a .org, which I've heard are all good. Is this a good website to use? https://www.sutterhealth.org/pamf/health/teens/drugs/drug-use-abuse
It's important to try to find the author of any website you use for your research. Although the site you listed was reviewed by a doctor, the article was written by "Teens Participating in the Summer Wellness Program", as indicated at the upper left. Not all .org websites provide high-quality information, which is why it's so important to evaluate the site. A great way to search Google to find the best results is to limit. Try searching site:.gov and then your search term. For instance, if you want information about drug abuse, try site:.gov drug abuse. This will return only government websites. Government websites give the most accurate information, and are accepted by professors who allow websites in a research assignment. Another way to perform an advanced search is by following these steps. 1. Perform a search. 2. Click on Settings--advanced search. 3. Scroll down to see ways to limit, such as "Last update." to retrieve newer results, or "Domain" to limit to a .gov, .org, .edu, or a .com.
When I'm listening to music, how can I tell the difference between orchestral works in the Baroque style and orchestral works in the Romantic style?
Typically, works written in the Baroque era, such as works by Bach or Handel, utilizes a smaller variety of instruments. You won't hear tubas, trombones, or clarinets in a Baroque works.. In Romantic orchestral works, you will hear an entire orchestra with lots of instrumental colors. The composers in the Romantic era use more dynamics, too; meaning, there are more loud sections and soft section.
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