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  • Citing Sources at the End of Your Paper
    Rules Citing Sources at the End of Your Paper References Formatting Rules Bibliography Formatting Rules Formatting Examples Additional Resources Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Citation Guide Council of Science Editors Citation Sequence System Citing Sources at the End of Your Paper The end documentation in the CSE Citation Sequence system is called References list It is located at the end of a document or book and contains all the bibliographic information needed to find out more about each cited source within the text This page is a selective bibliography and does not include a full accounting of sources related to or consulted before you began writing your document but only those actually cited You may want to include sources that directly informed your thinking but aren t explicitly cited in the text on a separate page entitled Additional References Further reading suggestions or a fuller bibliography should be placed on yet another page entitled Additional Reading or Bibliography Proper CSE documentation depends on the References page Without it the in text numbers would make little sense as they would no longer be pointing at any corresponding entries in the end documentation Previous Continue Introduction Tweet HELP

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  • References Formatting Rules
    Editors Citation Sequence System References Formatting Rules CSE references list formatting rules call for the end documentation to begin on the last page of your document not on a separate one If your document is 6 pages long the References list should begin on page 7 directly below the concluding text of your document The references list formatting rules are as follows References is the most common title however Cited References or Literature Cited are acceptable titles as well The title should be placed flush left on the page and may appear Bold Underlined or capped in UPPERCASE letters Double space between title and first entry single space all other entries Set font size one or two point type sizes smaller than the document text Page numbers are included when specific passages rather than entire sources are being cited and in the case of quotations Arrange entries numerically following their initial in text order of appearance Each number should be followed by a period and one space Individual entries may be formatted in the following three ways No indentation All lines in each entry flush left Numbers flush left All lines in each entry indented one or two spaces Indent

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  • Bibliography Formatting Rules
    Citation Citation Guide Council of Science Editors Citation Sequence System Bibliography Formatting Rules CSE bibliography formatting rules differ significantly from the References rules The title Bibliography replaces the word References at the top of a separate page Numbers are omitted altogether and entries are arranged alphabetically last name first instead of numerically Optional elements such as author affiliations original language notes etc may be included here More information on their

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  • Examples of CSE Citation/Sequence References Formatting
    Conference Proceedings Papers and Abstracts Scientific and Technical Reports Dissertations Theses and Patents Legal Materials Media Sources Electronic and Internet Sources Unpublished Work Additional Resources Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Citation Guide Council of Science Editors Citation Sequence System Examples of CSE Citation Sequence References Formatting Books and Book Parts Scholarly and Professional Journals Newspaper and Magazine Articles Conference Proceedings Papers and Abstracts Scientific and Technical

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  • Additional CSE Resources
    Council of Science Editors Citation Sequence System Additional CSE Resources Printed Resources Council of Science Editors Scientific style and format The CSE manual for authors editors and publishers 6th ed Cambridge Cambridge Univ Press 1994 825 p National Library of Medicine Recommended Formats for Bibliographic Citation Pb 91182030 United States Government Printing Office 1991 Electronic Resources The official Council of Science Editors web site updated regularly is the comprehensive guide

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  • Citing Sources within Your Document
    Name Year System Citing Sources within Your Document The CSE Name Year in text citation system follows a parenthetical format rather than the superscripted numbers found in the CSE Citation Sequence system It emphasizes authors names and dates of publication both of which are important benchmarks denoting relevancy and validity in the social and the hard sciences In some cases chapters paragraphs and page numbers are required Regardless of contents

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  • CSE Name/Year In-Text Formatting Rules
    Citation Guide Council of Science Editors Name Year System CSE Name Year In Text Formatting Rules CSE Name Year in text formatting rules are as follows One space should separate the author s name and the year of publication Page numbers are included only when part of a source or a direct quotation is cited The abbreviation p without a period should precede the page number s Place a comma

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  • Examples of Name/Year In-Text Formatting Rules
    Entire Source When citing an entire work document the last name of the author and the year of publication No page numbers are necessary The citation format will vary according to whether the author s name is mentioned in the sentence being cited Author Name Not Included in Preceding Sentence Format Cite both the last name of the author and the publication date The citation is placed in parentheses directly following the information being cited When the citation falls at the end of the sentence the parenthetical note precedes the end punctuation the Period One space separates the author s name and the date Example In one such study Anderson 1997 Author Name Included in Preceding Sentence Format When the author s name is mentioned in the sentence you may omit this name from the parentheses to avoid redundancy using only the date The date in parentheses should follow directly after mention of the author s name Example Anderson 1997 determined that 2 Citing Part of a Source When you cite a specific part of a source document the last name of the author the year of publication AND the page numbers or chapter section line numbers where the cited material may be found The citation format varies according to whether the author s name is mentioned in the sentence being cited Format Cite all three elements author name date and page numbers or chapter in parentheses directly following the information being cited When the citation falls at the end of the sentence the parenthetical note precedes the end punctuation the period One space separates the author s name and the date and one comma separates the date and the page number or chapter etc The abbreviation p or pp precedes the page number s Example In one such study

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