Organization and Bibliography Resources
Style Cheat Sheet
All quotations or paraphrase should be followed, at the end of the sentence, by the page number in parentheses.
- In his article, McCarraher sheds light on Sandel’s point that “markets don’t wag fingers” (87).
(For research summaries, the bibliographic information goes beneath the title.) All other bibliographies should be on a separate page at the end of the paper. They should be single-spaced, alphabetized, and separated by the main paper with a page break. The second line of the citation should be indented.
- Illouz, Eva. “Does Money Undermine Social Relations?” The Hedgehog Review 14.3 (2012): 89+. Academic OneFile. Web. 23 Jan. 2014.
- McCarraher, Eugene. “Capitalism and Our Moral Imagination.” The Hedgehog Review 14.3 (2012): 87+. Academic OneFile. Web. 23 Jan. 2014.
Authors should be referred to by their full name the first time they are referenced, and by their last name for subsequent referrals.
- Eva Illouz wrote a book review of Michael Sandel. In the review, Illouz explains many things.
Titles of journal articles should be in quotation marks. Titles of books should be italicized.
- In the article “Capitalism and Our Moral Imagination,” Eugene McCarraher offers a critique of Michael Sandel’s book What Money Can’t Buy.
All punctuation goes inside quotation marks.
- “Markets don’t wag fingers,” Sandel writes (87).
- We might refer to this, ironically, as “marketization.”