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INTS 465: International Conflict Management - Dr Amanda Rizkallah: MLA

Introduction to the study of civil war and international efforts to manage conflict

MLA Citation Handbook

Elements of MLA Citation Infographic

Learn Citation Style Rules Thorugh Purdue OWL

Purdue OWL // Purdue Writing Lab

Where to Find Citations for Your Works Cited Page

Junior Writing Portfolio | Pepperdine University | Seaver CollegeCitation Generators: The following websites can be used to create citations. These websites (Citation Machine and Easy Bib) are not perfect, so be sure to double check your citations. 

Finding Citations: Citations can be found in the bibliography or works cited section of books, articles. Additionaly, most library catalog record and electronic databases proved citation information (be sure to double check these citations.)

Works Cited

The information in this infoguide was pulled from various sources:

"Cite MLA Style." COM Library. College of the Mainland Library. 6 Oct. 2020, libguides.com.edu/c.php?g=649870&p=4556417. Accessed 1 Nov. 2020.

"How to Read a Citation: Introduction." UW LIbraries. University of Wyoming. 30 Jul. 2018, uwyo.libguides.com/c.php?g=97829&p=632173. Accessed 1 Nov. 2020.

"Introduction to MLA." Ashford University Writing Center. Ashford University. n.d., writingcenter.ashford.edu/introduction-mla. Accessed 1 Nov. 2020.

McCombes, Shona. “APA vs MLA Style: The Key Differences in Format and Citation.” Scribbr, 19 Feb. 2020, www.scribbr.com/citing-sources/apa-vsmla/.