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Salinger, J. D. 2001. The Catcher in the Rye. Boston: Little, Brown, 2001.
Gubar, Marah. "Risky Business: Talking about Children in Children’s Literature Criticism." Children's Literature Association Quarterly, no. 4, 2013, p. 450.
McCracken, Tony. Apathy in Literature: A Discourse on Emotionless Characters and Concepts. Anchor Academic Publishing, 2014.
Ram AR, Terry JP. 2016. Stream turbidity responses to storm events in a pristine rainforest watershed on the coral coast of southern fiji. International Journal of Sediment Research. 31(4):279-290.Book
Sale P. 2002. Coral reef fishes: dynamics and diversity in a complex ecosystem. San Diego (CA): Academic Press.
Citations may look different, depending on what is being cited and which style you are using for your paper. Regardless of the citation style, citations consist of standard elements to provide your audience with all the necessary information to find the original source. These elements include:
Daniel, D. (2012). Teaching students how to research the past: Historians and librarians in the digital age. The History
Teacher, 45(2), 261-282.
Daniel, D. "Teaching Students How to Research the Past: Historians and Librarians in the Digital Age." The History
Teacher, vol. 45, no. 2, 2012, pp. 261-82.
Daniel, Dominique. "Teaching Students How to Research the Past: Historians and Librarians in the Digital Age." The
History Teacher 45, no. 2 (2012): 261-282.
Daniel, D. 2012. Teaching students how to research the past: Historians and librarians in the digital age. The History
Teacher. 45(2): 261-282.