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A pocket style manual / Diana Hacker [print]

By: Hacker, Diana, 1942-2004 [author]Contributor(s): Sommers, Nancy I [aut]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Boston, Massachusetts : Bedford/St. Martin's, Macmillan Learning, [(c)(c)2019. Edition: eighth edition, APA versionDescription: 277 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1319057438; 9781319057435Subject(s): English language -- Grammar -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | English language -- Rhetoric -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Psychological literature -- Publishing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Psychology -- Authorship -- Style manuals | Report writing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Social science literature -- Publishing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Social sciences -- Authorship -- Style manualsLOC classification: PE1408.H118.P635 2019PE1408.S697.P635 2019COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Writing papers in APA style Formatting papers in APA style Documenting sources in APA style Clarity Grammar Punctuation Mechanics Glossaries.
Summary: Becoming a college writer means becoming a college researcher, and it can be a challenge for students to keep all of the guidelines and best practices straight for each class. Enter A Pocket Style Manual, APA Version. The eighth edition-with its emphasis on step-by-step how-to instruction that helps students apply writing, research , and citation advice in practical, transferable ways-is a powerful companion for writing in all disciplines. What's more, it covers all aspects of writing in APA style, including over 100 APA documentation models and 11 sample student papers in diverse genres, from a literature review to a laboratory report to a professional memo. With Pocket's new research help, tested and trusted grammar and style advice, and digital tools that make practice, tracking, and grading simple, you've got the most powerful pocket guide for college writing and research. ;
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Writing papers in APA style Formatting papers in APA style Documenting sources in APA style Clarity Grammar Punctuation Mechanics Glossaries.

Becoming a college writer means becoming a college researcher, and it can be a challenge for students to keep all of the guidelines and best practices straight for each class. Enter A Pocket Style Manual, APA Version. The eighth edition-with its emphasis on step-by-step how-to instruction that helps students apply writing, research , and citation advice in practical, transferable ways-is a powerful companion for writing in all disciplines. What's more, it covers all aspects of writing in APA style, including over 100 APA documentation models and 11 sample student papers in diverse genres, from a literature review to a laboratory report to a professional memo. With Pocket's new research help, tested and trusted grammar and style advice, and digital tools that make practice, tracking, and grading simple, you've got the most powerful pocket guide for college writing and research. ; Provided by Publisher.

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