References appear at the end of the research paper. Centre the heading "References" at the top of the page two spaces below the running head and page number. Entries are double-spaced and formatted with a hanging indent, i.e. the first line is flush with the left margin and subsequent lines are indented one half inch.
In general, references are arranged alphabetically by the authors' last names. If no individual author is listed and a corporate author or title is used as the first element in a reference, it is arranged alphabetically with all other references by the first significant word in the name or title (exclude A, An or The). If titles begin with a number, alphabetize the references as though the numbers were spelled out, e.g. 2010 is alphabetized as "Two thousand and ten."
If there are two or more works by the same author, they are listed in date order with the earliest date listed first.
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