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									APA Citing for FSEHS Students
                      APA Resources
 Publication Manual of the
  American Psychological
  Association (6th ed.)


 APA help / tutorials:

•   http://www.nova.edu/library/dils/lessons/apa/index.htm
•   http://www.schoolofed.nova.edu/arc (Academic Resources)
•   http://www.apastyle.org/
•   http://blog.apastyle.org/
                  When to Cite
• Ideas, theories, or research that directly influenced
  your work.
• Key background information, support or dispute
  your theory, or offer critical definitions or data.
• Document all facts and figures that are not
  common knowledge.
• For class assignments, use 1 or 2 of most
  representative sources for each key point.
• Literature reviews include more exhaustive lists of
  citation.
                              See APA (6th ed.), p. 169
Two types of citations -
In text citations and
reference list citations
                          Text citation (paraphrased):

                          McPherson (2007) raised issues
                          of motivation in reading.


    Text citation with direct quote:

    McPherson (2007) coined the phrase “goblet of
    motivation” (p. 71).


Reference citation -- used in reference list:

McPherson, K. (2007). Harry Potter and the goblet of
    motivation. Teacher Librarian, 34(4), 71. doi:
    10.1037/0002-9432.76.4.482
                 Citing Resources
                      in Text
Research confirmed the results of cloning (Fink, 2007).

The website did not support the data (Wienhorst, n.d.).

A couple of studies (Eifrig & Gehring, 1976; Skinner,
1956) found....           [in alphabetical order]

Several studies (Department of Defense, 2002, 2008;
Smith & Jones, 2009a, 2009b)

                 See APA manual, pp. 176-178.
   When to Use Ampersands and Commas
• Stating vs. citing
 Quinlan and Bardeen (2007) published a definitive study
  on information literacy in higher education.
but
  Information literacy needs to be integrated into the
  curriculum (Quinlan & Bardeen, 2007).
      When to Use Ampersands and Commas
• Stating vs. citing
  Quinlan and Bardeen (2007) published a definitive study
  on information literacy in higher education.
but
  Information literacy needs to be integrated into the
  curriculum (Quinlan & Bardeen, 2007).

• Three or more authors cited, use commas
  Researchers (Creswell, Borg, & Allsop, 2004) have
  found that this is true.
Citations in text:
Quinlan, Jones, Byron, and Montgomery (2008) stated
Quinlan et al. (2008) observed
        (et al. is used after first use when there are
         three or more authors)

Parenthetical citations in text:
(Quinlan, Jones, Byron, & Montgomery, 2008)
(Quinlan et al., 2008)

One work by six or more authors:
Wienhorst et al. (2009)          Always use et al. for
(Wienhorst et al., 2009)         six or more authors for
                                   in-text citations.
                   See APA manual, p. 177
               Groups as Authors
Citations in text:
American Psychological Association [APA] (2009) stated…

APA (2008) observed…


Parenthetical citations in text:
(American Psychological Association [APA], 2009)
(APA, 2008)



                  See APA manual, p. 177
1.   The research project (Smith, Brown, and Jones, no date)
or
2.   The research project (Smith, Brown, & Jones, n.d.)
                                Test yourself
                                                            
or
3.   The research project (Smith, Brown, & Jones, no date)
or
4.   The research project (Smith, Brown, and Jones, n.d.)




1. Two research studies (APA, 2002; Barnes, 2005)               
                          or
2. Two research studies (Barnes, 2005; APA, 2002)
                      Paraphrasing
Direct quote
  “Signed into law in January 2002 by President George W. Bush, the No Child
  Let Behind (NCLB) Act signaled the nation’s most sweeping education reform
  of federal education policy in decades. NCLB laid the groundwork for
  education reforms and the president’s attempt to strengthen America’s
  education system” (Smith, 2008, p. 212).




                  APA manual, pp. 170-171
                       Paraphrasing
Direct quote
  “Signed into law in January 2002 by President George W. Bush, the No Child
  Left Behind (NCLB) Act signaled the nation’s most sweeping education
  reform of federal education policy in decades. NCLB laid the groundwork for
  education reforms and the president’s attempt to strengthen America’s
  education system” (Smith, 2008, p. 212).

                       More than 50% reworded
Paraphrased
  When the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act was signed into law in January
  of 2002 by President Bush, the law provided the most all-encompassing
  reform in education the United States in decades and provided a
  foundation for strengthening educational policy at the national level for
  years to come (Smith, 2008).

                   APA manual, pp. 170-171
When using a direct quote, provide the page #:

“… victims of cyberterrorism” (Windhorst, 2004, p. 237) .

Krankenstein (2006) reported that "empirical research
verified compliance" (p. 48).

Lynch (2007) stated, “The findings are not valid” (p. 22) but
later maintained that other studies reached different
conclusions.

…in a dictionary (Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary,
2001, p. 346).
                  See APA, Chapter 6, p. 171-173
                              Quotes must be introduced
In midsentence
       The principal stated, “Instructors may or may not want to require an abstract for class
                                                quotes


       assignments” (Tunon, 2006, p. 34), but she concluded that they always summarized

       the essential content of the paper.
                                                         See APA , pp. 92, 171
At end of a sentence
      Tunon (2006) found that “instructors may or may not want to require an abstract for class

      assignments” (p. 34).                                    Use a colon if there
                                                               is a complete
Block quote                                                    introductory phrase.
        Students at Nova Southeastern University have faced challenges in learning how to

     use APA formatting. When discussing the challenges, Tunon (2006) found the following:

       Use quotes around an article title or book chapter, but italicize the title of a book,
       journal, … or report when used in the body of the paper. Use a shot [sic] title
       in the parenthetical citation or complete title if the title is short. NOTE Non-periodical
       titles like books and book titles have all the important words capitalized in the text
       citations, but these same book titles do not have all the important words capitalized
       in the reference list. (p. 342)
                                                                   APA manual, p. 92
Direct quote for less than 40 words:

   The abstract is a one-paragraph summary or overview of the paper and “should summarize

   the essential content of the paper” (Tunon, 2009, p. 34).



Block quote (more than 40 words):                              Note where the periods go!

            Students at Nova Southeastern University have faced challenges in learning how to

        use APA formatting. When discussing the challenges, Strunk (1922) stated:

           Use quotes around an article title or book chapter, but italicize the title of a book,
           journal, brochure, or report when used in the body of the paper. Use a short title
           in the parenthetical citation or complete title if the title is short. NOTE Non-periodical
           titles like books and book titles have all the important words capitalized in the text
           citations, but these same book titles do not have all the important words capitalized
           in the reference list. (p. 342)

        Callahan (2001), however, says ….

 (NOTE: FSEHS uses single space, but APA uses double spacing.)
Text Cites of Electronic Resources
In another case, Scanlon, Gallego, Duran, and Reyes
(2005) found that the results should be “based on
assumptions that individuals are capable of self-directed
and self-initiated learning” (Methods section, para. 7).
                                       Use name of section.
“The qualitative research methods discussed by Durango
were challenged by Bambang and Totonumu” (Pival,
Falcao, & Quinlan, 2009, “Problems with Qualitative
Research,” para. 5).
                        Use shortened title in quotation marks.


                  See APA (6th ed.), p. 172
1. MacDougall (2004, p. 34) stated that “the Information
    Literacy Model needed to be implemented”.
                         or
2. MacDougall (2004) stated that “the Information Literacy
   Model needed to be implemented” (p. 34).                  
                         or
3. MacDougall (2004) stated that “the Information Literacy
   Model needed to be implemented.” (p. 34)
                   Secondary Sources

  Text citation:
      Seidenberg and McClelland’s study (as
      cited in Coltheart, Curtis, Atkins, & Haller,
      1993) …
List the full-text article you read in the reference list entry:
    Coltheart, M., Curtis, B., Atkins, P., & Haller,
     M. (1993.) Models of reading aloud.
     Psychological Review, 100, 589-608.
How to Cite a Journal Article in the Ref List
Citing Journal Articles Retrieved Full Text Online

             Author(s)

   Watkins, R., & Schlosser, C. (2000). It’s not about time:
     A fresh approach to educational equivalency. TechTrend,
    24(3), 34-47.


             • Initials, not first names. No title
             • Ampersand (&), not the word and
             • Comma before the ampersand.


                 See APA (6th ed,), p. 184
                     Names
• Do not include titles
 Arguellos, S., Ph.D. (2007).
 Bucher, J., Dr. (2005).
• In the reference list, one space between initials
  Brown, J. D. (2003).
• If author’s first name is hyphenated, retain
  hyphen
 Chin, E.-F., Barry, B., & Wilson, H. W.

             APA (6th ed.), p. 184
              Suffices for Names
• Use a space to separate initials and suffices
   in author byline
  R. F. Johnson, Jr.     D. S. Altilio, III

• For references in the text, do not include suffixes
  Johnson                     Altilio

• For references in the reference list, use a comma to
  separate initials and suffices.
  Johnson, R. F., Jr.          Altilio, D. S., III

              APA (6th ed.), pp. 24, 174, 184
            More than seven authors

Zapeta, L., Ramirez, L., Jones, K., Smith, R.
  Bardeen, E., Stonebraker, M. B., …  …
   Obata, H. (2007). The greening of
   America. Journal of Environmental
   Studies, 12(4), 43-47.

When you have eight or more authors, list the first six authors’
names and then insert three ellipses, followed by the last author’s
name.
                See APA manual, pp. 184, 198
Citing Journal Articles Retrieved Full Text Online

                          Year of publication

   Watkins, R., & Schlosser, C. (2000). It’s not about time:
     A fresh approach to educational equivalency. TechTrend,
    24(3), 34-47.


       • Enclosed in parentheses
       • Period after the parentheses
       • No month or day if the publication is a journal,
         not a magazine, newsletter, or newspaper article.


                  See APA (6th ed.), p. 185
Citing Journal Articles Retrieved Full Text Online

                                               Article title

     Watkins, R., & Schlosser, C. (2000). It’s not about time:
       A fresh approach to educational equivalency. TechTrend,
      24(3), 34-47.


       • Only first word in title and subtitle should be
         be capitalized as well as any proper names.
       • A period at the end of the title.
       • Only one space after the period, not two.


                   See APA (6th ed.), p. 185
Citing Journal Articles Retrieved Full Text Online



     Watkins, R., & Schlosser, C. (2000). It’s not about time:
       A fresh approach to educational equivalency. TechTrend,
      24(3), 34-47.


            • Journal title should have all important
              words capitalized.                         Journal title
            • It is italicized
            • The journal title is followed by a comma


                 See APA manual, pp. 186-187
Citing Journal Articles Retrieved Full Text Online



      Watkins, R., & Schlosser, C. (2000). It’s not about time:
        A fresh approach to educational equivalency. TechTrend,
       24(3), 34-47.

                        •  The volume number is italicized
                        •  There should be no space between
Volume, issue, and         the volume number and issue number
page number(s)          • Enclose issue number in parentheses
                          and follow by a comma
                        • Do not use p. or pp. for journal articles.
                     See APA manual, p. 186
         Pagination by Issue or
         Continuous Pagination
• Only include the volume and issue number
  when the journal is paginated by issue
  number rather than continuously throughout
  the volume.

• FSEHS ignores this rule!
• Always include both.

        APA (6th ed.), p. 186
Citing Journal Articles Retrieved Full Text Online:


    Watkins, R., & Schlosser, C. (2000). It’s not about time:
      A fresh approach to educational equivalency. TechTrend,
     24(3), 34-47. doi:10.1037/0002-9432.76.4.482

                            DOI number

• Preferred: If the database has a Digital Object Identifier that
  functions as a unique identifier of the content and a link to the
  content, then use that.
• If no doi is found, then citation ends with the period after the
  page number
                  Formatting of DOI

  Borman, W. C. (1993). Role of early
   supervisory experience in supervisor
   performance. Journal of Applied
   Psychology, 78(5), 443-449. doi:10.1037
   /0002-9432.76.4.482

• Do not capitalize doi, and do not include a space before or
  after the colon.
•Break the number before most punctuation (APA manual, p. 192)
• Do not include a period after the DOI number.
Example of a DOI
  DOIs
 found
 in the
abstract
Non-DOI numbers from other vendors:
   DO NOT INCLUDE THESE!
DOI lookup tool
              Use the DOI to link to full text

Ingham, R. J., Warner, A., Byrd, A., & Cotton, J. (2006). Speech
      effort measurement and stuttering: Investigating the
      chorus reading effect. Journal of Speech, Language, and
      Hearing Research, 49(3), 660-670. doi:10.1044/1092
      -4388(2006/048)
Use the DOI to link to Full Text
Ahah! What about using
  citation software?
   Examples from Three Database Citation Tools
(2010). What Should Students Read?. Phi Delta Kappan, 91(7),
   8-16. Retrieved from Education Full Text database.
                                  Education Full Text
Wolk, S. (2010). What should students read? Phi Delta Kappan,
 91(7), 8-16. Retrieved from
 http://www.pdkmembers.org/members_online/members/orders
 .asp?action=results&t=A&desc=&text=&lname_1=Wolk&fna
 me_1=&lname_2=&fname_2=&kw_1=&kw_2=&kw_3=&kw
 _4=&mn1=4&yr1=2010&mn2=&yr2=&c1=
                                  ERIC (CSA)

Wolk, S.. (2010). What Should Students Read? Phi Delta
 Kappan, 91(7), 8. Retrieved July 3, 2010, from ProQuest
 Education Journals. (Document ID: 2008053251).
                                  ProQuest Education Full Text
(2010). What Should Students Read?. Phi Delta Kappan, 91(7),
   8-16. Retrieved from Education Full Text database.
                                  Education Full Text
Wolk, S. (2010). What should students read? Phi Delta Kappan,
 91(7), 8-16. Retrieved from
 http://www.pdkmembers.org/members_online/members/or
 ders.asp?action=results&t=A&desc=&text=&lname_1=Wo
 lk&fname_1=&lname_2=&fname_2=&kw_1=&kw_2=&k
 w_3=&kw_4=&mn1=4&yr1=2010&mn2=&yr2=&c1=
                                 ERIC (CSA)

Wolk, S.. (2010). What Should Students Read? Phi Delta
 Kappan, 91(7), 8. Retrieved July 3, 2010, from ProQuest
 Education Journals. (Document ID: 2008053251).
                                ProQuest Education Full Text
            Corrected Format

Wolk, S. (2010). What should students read? Phi
 Delta Kappan, 91(7), 8-16.
  Unpublished Dissertation From
    an Institutional Database
Batson-George, A. (2008). Evaluating the library training
  programs for graduate psychology students (Unpublished
  doctoral dissertation). Nova Southeastern University,
  Fort Lauderdale, FL. Available from the NSU MARPs,
  Practicums, and Applied Dissertations database.


• Identify unpublished dissertation or theses in parentheses after
   title.
• Since this database is a noncommercial/private database, the
  name of the database is listed rather than the URL.

                                         APA (6th ed.) pp. 207-208
 Dissertation from a Commercial Database:
ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Database




• If the dissertation is available through PD&T, give the accession
  number in parentheses at the end of the reference.
• Use (UMI No. 9934633) Do not put a period after the number.

                                              APA (6th ed.) p. 208
         Dissertation Obtained from PD&T
 Published dissertation citation –
Clarke, D. C. (2001). Differences in
                 5th ed. attendance rate,
   student dropout rate,
   and grade point average after the
   implementation of the North Carolina
  Dropout Prevention/Drivers License Law
 (Doctoral dissertation). Available from
  ProQuest Dissertations and Theses
  database. (UMI No. 45689011)

• ProQuest Dissertations and Theses is a commercial
  database so include (Doctoral dissertation) in parentheses
  after the dissertation title.
• Use Available from since the name of the database is
   provided where the document can be obtained.

                                      APA manual, p. 208, # 40
   Citation Tool Example from PQDT

Cooley, T.. Design, development, and
 implementation of a Wireless Local Area
 Network (WLAN): The Hartford Job Corps
 Academy case study. Ph.D. dissertation,
 Nova Southeastern University, United
 States -- Florida. Retrieved July 4, 2010,
 from Dissertations & Theses @ Nova
 Southeastern University. (Publication No.
 AAT 3344745).
  Problems with Dissertation Citation

Cooley, T.. Design, development, and
 implementation of a Wireless Local Area
 Network (WLAN): The Hartford Job Corps
 Academy case study. Ph.D. dissertation,
 Nova Southeastern University, United
 States -- Florida. Retrieved July 4, 2010,
 from Dissertations & Theses @ Nova
 Southeastern University. (Publication No.
 AAT 3344745).
      Corrected Citation for the
            Dissertation
Cooley, T. (2009). Design, development, and
 implementation of a Wireless Local Area
 Network (WLAN): The Hartford Job Corps
 Academy case study (Doctoral dissertation).
 Available from ProQuest Dissertations &
 Theses database. (UMI No. 3344745)
                   Book Citation

American Psychological Association. (2009). Publication
  manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.).
  Washington, DC: Author.


      Place and publisher


• Use DC, not D.C. (U.S. postal abbreviation
   for states)
• Use Author if the name of the publisher is
  the same as the author
         Location and Publisher Info
• Use state abbreviations:          • Leave off superfluous terms:
  FL, TX, NY, CA, DC                    – Publishers
                                        – Co. or Company
• All cities now include                – Inc.
  state abbreviation:               • Retain the words:
   –   Baltimore, MD                    – Books
   –   Boston, MA                       – Press
   –   Chicago, IL
   –   Los Angeles, CA              • For example:
   –   New York, NY                   Erlbaum, John Wiley,
   –   Philadelphia, PA               University of Toronto Press,
   –   San Francisco, CA              Penguin Books
                  See APA (6th ed.), p. 187
                   Book Citation:
              Chapter in an Edited Book
Haybron, D. M. (2008). Philosphy and the science of subjective
   well-being. In M. Eid & R. J. Larsen (Eds.), The science of
   subjective well-being (pp. 17-43). New York, NY: Guilford Press.

 • Do not invert editors’ names
 • Only capitalize the first word in the titles of both the chapter and
   the book
 • Include chapter page numbers in parentheses after the book title
 • Do not italicize the page numbers, and the period goes after the
   parentheses.
Citation Tool Example for a Book
              Citing Work on an
            Institutional Website:
http://www.ala.org/acrl/acrlstandards/informationliteracy.htm
                  Citing Work on an
                Institutional Website:
Association of College and Research Libraries. (2003). Information
  literacy competency standards for higher education. Retrieved
  from the American Library Association website: http://www.ala
  .org/acrl/acrlstandards/informationliteracy.htm

                           Retrieval statement

• Include the retrieval date if the document is likely to be changed
  or updated.
• Include the name of the institution in the retrieval statement if it is
  not listed as the author.
• Use website, not Website.
• Page
 entitled
References
                                    References Page
• Hanging                                                                                                           32
  indentations                                            References             centered
                 Jones, R. N., del Rio, J. A., Humenik, J. A., García, E. O., & Ramírez, A. M. (2006). Citation
• Single            mining: Integrating text mining and bibliometrics for research user profiling. Journal of the
  space in          American Society for Information Science and Technology, 52, 1148-1156.

  citations      Kushkowski, J. D. (1985). Master's and doctoral thesis citations: Analysis and trends of a
                   longitudinal study. Portal, 3, 459-479. doi:10.1037/0002-9432.76.4.482
• Double
                 Kushkowski, J. D. (1999a). Identifying uniform core journal titles for music libraries: A
  space            dissertation citation study. College & Research Libraries, 60(2), 153-163.
  between
                 Kushkowski, J. D. (1999b). Measuring the use and value of electronic journals and books.
  citations        Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship.

• Use italics,   Morner, C. J. (1995). Measuring the library research skills of education doctoral students.
                   In R. AnRhein (Ed.), Continuity & transformation: The promise of confluence. Proceedings
  do not           of the Seventh National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries,
  underline        Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 29-April 1, 1995 (pp. 381-391). Chicago: Association of
                   College and Research Libraries.

• Alphabetical   Norton, M. J. (2009). Introductory concepts in information science. doi:10.5634/93944-090
  order,
                 O'Connor, D. O., & Voos, H. (2008). Empirical laws, theory construction, and bibliometrics. In J.
  then by date      Smith & B. B. Jones, New adventures on the Web. Springfield, MA: Springer Verlag.
                                       References Page
                                                                                                                       32
• Digital Object                                             References

 Identifier (DOI)   Jones, R. N., del Rio, J. A., Humenik, J. A., García, E. O., & Ramírez, A. M. (2001). Citation
                       mining: Integrating text mining and bibliometrics for research user profiling. Journal of the
                       American Society for Information Science and Technology, 52, 1148-1156.

                    Kushkowski, J. D. (1985). Master's and doctoral thesis citations: Analysis and trends of a
• Use retrieval       longitudinal study. Portal, 3, 459-479. doi:10.1037/0002-9432.76.4.482
  dates when
  content           Kushkowski, J. D. (1999a). Identifying uniform core journal titles for music libraries: A
  changes             dissertation citation study. College & Research Libraries, 60(2), 153-163.

                    Kushkowski, J. D. (1999b). Measuring the use and value of electronic journals and books.
                      Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship.

                    Morner, C. J. (1995). Measuring the library research skills of education doctoral students.
                      In R. AnRhein (Ed.), Continuity & transformation: The promise of confluence. Proceedings
                      of the Seventh National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries,
                      Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 29-April 1, 1995 (pp. 381-391). Chicago: Association of
                      College and Research Libraries.

                    Norton, M. J. (2000). Introductory concepts in information science. doi:10.5634/93944-090

                    O'Connor, D. O., & Voos, H. (2005). Empirical laws, theory construction, and bibliometrics. In J.
                       Smith & B. B. Jones, New adventures on the Web. Springfield, MA: Springer Verlag.
   1. Brown, R. D. (2005). The flight of the bumblebee. 
                    or
                                                         Nothing
   2. Browning, A. J. (2003). Learning to read.
                                                         precedes
   1. Schroeder, L. (2008). Water rights in Oregon.     something
   Arrange                or
chronologically L. (2004). Fighting for water rights. 
   2. Schroeder,

  1. Jones, F. T. (2008). Birth of a nation.       (2008a)
                           or
  2. Jones, F. T. (2000). Fourth-grade students.
                           or                      
  3. Jones, F. T. (2008). Winning the war.         (2008b)

  1. Palgreaves, D. J. (2001). Economics today.         
                          or
                                                  One-author entries
  2. Palgreaves, D. J., & Baber, J. (1999). Dictionary of …
                                                  precede multiple-
                                                    author entries
                  APA (6th ed.), pp. 181-184
In Word 2003, font size is already set. Click on EDIT from the menu to
use Paste Special, then select Unformatted Text.
           Hanging Indentations in
                Word 2003




• In Indents and Spacing
• Go to the Special section.
• Select Hanging.
   Alphabetizing the Reference List in
              Word 2003
• Go to Table.
• Select Sort.
• Click OK.
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Special, and 4) select Unformatted Text to copy and paste easier.
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  3.
                   4.
Hanging Indentations in
     Word 2007
Alphabetizing the Reference List in
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    Test Yourself: How Many Mistakes?
Barber, Dr. Fran Gail (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   today’s administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0


                            Can you find 13
                              mistakes?
                                (Using APA – 6th ed.)
Identifying Formatting Problems
Barber, Dr. Fran Gail (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   today’s administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0
                      Authors
Barber, Dr. Fran Gail (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   today’s administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0


Barber, F. G. (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   today’s administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0
            Date of Publication
Barber, Fran Gail (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   today’s administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0


Barber, F. G. (2005) Life on the Run --
   today’s administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0
     Punctuation after Date of Publication
Barber, Dr. Fran Gail (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   today’s administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
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Barber, F. G. (2005). Life on the Run -- today’s administrator
   Journal of management 24 (4). pp. 323-9. Retrieved
   2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
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   Capitalization of Article Title
Barber, Dr. Fran Gail (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   today’s administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
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Barber, F. G. (2005). Life on the run -- Today’s administrator
   Journal of management 24 (4). pp 323-9. Retrieved
   2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0
     Punctuation of Article Title
Barber, Fran Gail (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   Today’s Administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
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Barber, F. G. (2005). Life on the run: Today’s administrator.
   Journal of management 24 (4). pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08
   from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0
  Capitalization of Journal Title
Barber, Fran Gail (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   Today’s Administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0


Barber, F. G. (2005). Life on the run: Today’s administrator.
   Journal of Management 24 (4). pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08
   from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0
  Punctuation after Journal Title
Barber, Fran Gail (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   Today’s Administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0


Barber, F. G. (2005). Life on the run: Today’s administrator.
   Journal of Management, 24 (4). pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08
   from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0
              Volume Number
Barber, Fran Gail (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   Today’s Administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
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Barber, F. G. (2005). Life on the run: Today’s administrator.
   Journal of Management, 24(4). pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08
   from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0
        Issue and Page Number
Barber, Fran Gail (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   Today’s Administrator Journal of management 24(4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0


Barber, F. G. (2005). Life on the run: Today’s administrator.
   Journal of Management, 24(4), 323-329. Retrieved 2/3/08
   from FirstSearch Database: http://
   0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
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  DOI in 2007 APA Formatting
Barber, Fran Gail (2005, spring/summer) Life on the Run --
   Today’s Administrator Journal of management 24 (4).
   pp. 323-9. Retrieved 2/3/08 from FirstSearch Database:
   http://0-firstsearch.oclc.org.novacat.nova.edu/WebZ/
   FSPrefs?entityjsdetect=:javascript=true:screensize=1:0

         )
Barber, F. G. (2005). Life on the run: Today’s administrator.
   Journal of Management, 24(4), 323-329. doi:10.1037/0002-
   9432.76.4.482
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