Another Dimention To Citing Papers

Another Dimention To Citing Papers

Know how to cite your paper with 100% accuracy.
I am aware that we’ve covered citation and credit already, but I’m going to actually do it. Here’s a confession…in school this was a sort of weakness for me, but through practice I finally threw that ball way out of the court and nailed it. I understand that schools are more than particular when it comes to style and format so I suggest completing all your endeavors according to “the plan.” Cite your paper exactly how you are expected.
Get with the program dudes and dudettes, there’s no test drives in life just do-overs and trying to get it write –the first time. Now personally, I learn through example so I thought I’d provide you with a few… these scripts do belong in an essay, use your imagination -you ready?
…Health Canada has a Tobacco Control Program that provides supportive information to assist individuals on the journey to quit using tobacco products. Since the year 2000, they have been issuing warning labels directly on cigarette packages as a strategy to make Canadians aware of the risks involved when individuals choose to smoke. The first country in the world to issue warnings on cigarette packs was Canada. “Tobacco Control program (TCP) monitors and analyses change in tobacco consumption patterns, public attitudes, retailer behavior and youth access restriction, industry practices and the product in support of TCP’s programs and mandate.” (Health Canada Website.)
…Since the year 2001, tobacco companies have been obligated by law to supply yearly reports of their tobacco sales domestic and imported, these reports are accessible on a national scale. “In November 2005, Health Canada convened a workshop of recognized tobacco control researchers to review and update questions and measures pertaining to tobacco us, using the recommendations from Health Canada’s 1994 workshop on Data for Monitoring Tobacco Use. There was consensus amoung the workshop participants that the 1994 recommendations were continuing to meet our current tobacco use surveillance needs and would continue to do so in the future. In the discussion, it was clear that one distinct set of recommended core questions would not meet all applications. As a result, three levels of question sets were recommended for use in various surveillance and research applications, depending on the depth of information needed on tobacco use behaviors.” (Health Canada Website.)
…Of the non-smoking populace, 36% can be considered potential smokers. “Six in ten Canadian adults (59%) report having smoked at least 100 cigarettes in their life. Almost all adult smokers (99%) say the same. Four in ten non-smokers (41%) also report having smoked at least 100 cigarettes in their life.” (Health Canada Website.)
(In bold) Bibliography
(In bold/caps) WEBSITES AND OTHER MEDIA:
http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hl-vs/pubs/tabac/smoking-tabagisme/index_e.html
Final Report prepared by: Environics Research Group Limited, February 2001,
Prepared for: Health Canada @ http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hl-vs/pubs/tobac-tabac/smoking
Environics Research Group Limited PN4774
This is how to cite a paper. Note above that all citations are in quotations and the source of the information is in brackets beside all quotes because the information was retrieved from a website. Okay, next:
…In many instances, they trust that the employer will not introduce them to dangerous tasks. Neil Davis, retired Peel teacher says “They trust that the and dad, their teacher. They transfer that rust to their employer, and that is where things break down because the employer doesn’t have the stake in the young person’s life and welfare that the teacher does.” (Bahr 169 – 172, pg.7)
“In 1999 in Ontario, 16 people between ages 15 and 24 were killed on the job. In 1998 it was 18 – sixteen young men and two young women.” (Bahr, 169 – 172 pg.4)
…Doug McAndless recruits retired teachers and union members to deliver health and safety programs to youth members. Anne Wilson, a retired elementary school teacher in Timiskaming says “she’s one of more than 40 retired teachers to be recruited by McAndless…all the time she spends on this project will be worth it if she prevents just one person from getting injured.” (Bahr, 169 – 172, pg.6)
…for the last four years, the project is titled “Passport to Safety” and is in effect to help prevent work related injuries. “Most of these kids have part time jobs, and Doug always asks them if there’s a health and safety committee at their work. Ninety percent of them don’t know. A lot of these jobs are in fast food restaurants and places that are high risk as far as accidents happening. It is incredibly scary, but by far the majority of kids have had zero or minimal safety training from their employer.” Co-op educator at West Hill Secondary School in Owen Sound, Jane McCormick says. (Bahr 169 -172, pg.5)
(In bold) Bibliography
(In bold/caps) ARTICLE:
Bahr, Rosemarie, Learning to work safely in Straus, C. et al. Moving On. Nelson, 2003 Toronto 169 – 172. Reprinted with permission from The Ontario College of Teachers and Professionally Speaking, ENG 4C-A Unit 4, Lesson 19 Pages 4 – 10.
The process of learning how to cite a paper correctly takes a lot of light research. Another note to register is that if the source of the information comes directly from a book, than the author’s last name and the page numbers must also be in brackets… Good luck to you.
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