[Air-L] I just invented another way of citing e-books
wellman at chass.utoronto.ca
Tue Jan 4 10:15:04 PST 2011
1. I agree with Jeremy: direct quotes are easily searchable.
2. For citing ideas, when a 550 page book is a bit too broad ;-) then why
not put at the end of the reference the first phrase of the apra. that you
are referencing. Such as this random reference:
Hunsinger, J. _Why VT Lost to Stanford_. Miami: Orange Bowl Press. e-book:
"Wellman's analysis is persuasive".
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