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    Default Quoting web pages.

    I have found conflicting methods of quoting web pages. I want to quote an article which is both a web page and a magazine - Scientific American.

    Are either, or both or the following acceptable?

    Veneziano, Gabriele. *Who Shall Inherit the Earth? Internet WWW page at URL: http://www2.sunysuffolk.edu/mandias/tips/mla_cite.html (accessed 04/07/04)

    Veneziano, Gabriele. "The Myth of the Beginning of Time." Scientific American. May 2004. http://www2.sunysuffolk.edu/mandias/tips/mla_cite.html.

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    There are various methodsfor quoting sources, whether paperor electronic. The best thing is to check what is required for your course and follow that. Here's a guide:
    http://www.uwe.ac.uk/library/resourc...kills/refs.htm

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