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How would one list these in the references, which do include full dates? Example: Crabtree, S. (2018, Jan. 22-a). Untapped human capital is the net great global resource [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://news.gallup.com/opinion/gallup/225725/untapped-human-capital-next-great-global-resource.aspx Crabtree, S. (2018, Jan. 22-b). Global productivity hinges on human capital development [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://news.gallup.com/opinion/gallup/225752/global-productivity-hinges-human-capital-development.aspx
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Hi Chelsea! What if I quote the results document that I received from the organization? Don't I need to cite the author? (The results document defines the terms).
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Hi Chelsea! Thanks for your response. Our institution, and many others, may be using the Qur'an example that immediately follows as the basis for the assumption that there shouldn't be a comma. (Not that this is correct, but it's one explanation.) I have found online citation helps to be consistent with the lack of a comma, such as EasyBib, and many college/university sites support the lack of a comma as well. If you have any influence in future editions of the APA manual, I'd love an example to be included that would eradicate the confusion as to whether a comma is correct or not. Thanks again for your input.
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According to the APA manual and other sources I have found online, there should not be a comma between the Bible book/chapter/verse and the version. The example given has a comma. Can you respond?
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I know that (Rev. ed.) is used for a revised edition, but I can't find if "updated" edition would be similarly abbreviated. The following is the reference in question: Morgan, G. (2006). Images of organization (Updated ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
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How would you cite multiple paragraphs from a website? A block quote from a website begins in one paragraph and ends in the next paragraph. Pages is pp. Is paragraphs paras.?
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Not sure if this thread is still being monitored. I have a questions similar to Barbara's. I am trying to create a reference for The Prince by N. Machiavelli, originally published in 1532. This version was translated by L. Ricci, edited by E. R. P. Vincent, and published in 2008 by Signet, New York. It seems odd to list the editor first, since you'd be citing Machiavelli. In this case, the editor was actually a reviser (on some versions, it is listed as 'Revised by' Vincent).
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Thanks. That does answer my question, in that it is treated in the same way as personal communication; however, I am still not certain what the in-text citation would look like.
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What would the in-text citation look like for this in a paper for publication?
Toggle Commented May 13, 2015 on Intranet Intrigue at APA Style 6th Edition Blog
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What does one do with an internal website (a company intranet)? One of my dissertation committee members suggested I might list it similar to personal communication, but how would I do that? It is not a web link that one could follow to find the information, because it is password protected. (The reason this is connected to this blog post, and not to the one on how to cite a website, is because the information on the intranet changes often, as it is the database source of my population for my dissertation research.) Thanks for any help you can offer!
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