Say:this is my work cited list/annoated list
im not sure if cited #3 , #4 properly...there was a lot of authors..is that how i cite it?
are there any other errors i should look at ?
- I'm not sure if I cited #3 and #4 properly. There were a lot of authors. Is that how I should cite it?
It looks okay to me. If there are several authors for one work you can list the main ones by name (the first two or three on the list) then say et al for the rest.
- Are there any other errors I should look at?
Say:1. “ Television Statistics.”
http://ibelgique.ifrance.com/sociomedia/tvstats.htm (23 Feb. 2004).
This site focuses its television study on gender. It compares how much television a boy and girl watches daily. It concludes that boys between 10-17 are more likely than girls to watch television daily.
- It compares how much television boys and girls watch daily. It concludes that boys ages 10-17 are more likely than girls the same age to watch television daily.
- It compares the viewing habits of boys and girls ages ten to seventeen and finds that boys are more likely to watch television daily than girls are.
Reading the title of that piece should give you an idea how to rewrite that first sentence. Do you see something missing in the second one?2. Graham, Judith. “How Television Viewing Affects Children.”
http://www.umext.maine.edu/onlinepubs/htmpubs/4100.htm (23 Feb. 2004)
This site describes the different consequences that television can have on children. There is also a section that gives tips to parents on how they guide their child’s television viewing.
Wouldn't if have been better to have posted this in the thread that you started on the subject?
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