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A bibliography is a list of the research, including texts, journals, and all other sources you have used to research and create your work in preparation for entry into a A&S Competition

Tips for Writing a bibliography:

Bibliography entries are arranged in alphabetical order by author's last name.

Bibliography entries also place the author's family name first followed by a comma and then the first name (i.e., Smith, John).

Use periods in a bibliographical entry at the end of each main part, author's name, title of work, and facts of publication.

Periodical bibliographical entries must have the parentheses around the dates of publication when they follow a volume number.

Cite page numbers when the research is a part of a whole work, for example, a chapter in a book or an article in a periodical.

Indent all lines but the first by 5 spaces.

The publishing information can be found on the title page of the book.

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