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How do you cite a FAR clause?

References Page Cite the title of the regulation, the title number, the abbreviation “C.F.R.”, the section symbol, the section number, and the effective date of the C.F.R. in parentheses. Always cite the regulation in effect, unless you are citing an older C.F.R. as history.

How do you cite a source on a flyer?

Works Cited Page Begin with the author’s last name, a comma, first name and a period. Put the title of the flyer in italics and follow that with a period. Indicate the publication location. Add a colon, then the name of the publisher, a comma and the publication year.

How do I cite a program booklet?

To cite the pamphlet/brochure in-text, use the corporate author, the year the work was published (or “n.d.” if a date isn’t available), and page numbers for a multi-page work or paragraph numbers: (Author, year, p./para. X). Please see “What is an in-text citation in APA Style?” for more information.

How do you reference product information?

Elements within the reference entry: Author. (Date). Title. Here is an example from a printed insert: Shionogi Pharma. (2010). Ulesfia Lotion: Highlights of prescribing information. Here is an example from a website: Shionogi Pharma. (2010). In-text citation for both reference entries: (Shionogi Pharma, 2010)

Why is proper referencing important in research writing?

Citing or documenting the sources used in your research serves three purposes: It gives proper credit to the authors of the words or ideas that you incorporated into your paper. Citing your sources consistently and accurately helps you avoid committing plagiarism in your writing.