In-text citations quiz 2

Click True or False for each of the sentences below.

Authors
TrueFalseUnknown - use "Anon." for anonymous.
TrueFalseUnknown - cite by the title.
TrueFalseOnly provide the author's initial(s) for the given name(s) when citing another source by an author with the same surname.
TrueFalseAlways provide the author's initial(s) for the given name(s).
TrueFalseYou can omit honorary or academic titles, e.g. Lady, Lord, Dr., and Ph.D.
Multiple Authors
TrueFalseTwo authors - only name the first one, i.e. (Vice 228).
TrueFalseTwo authors - name them both, i.e. (Vice and Malseed 228).
TrueFalseThree authors - only name the first one, i.e. (Murphy 25).
TrueFalseThree authors - only name the first one, followed by "et al." i.e. (Murphy et al. 25).
TrueFalseThree authors - name them all, i.e. (Murphy, Kondrashev, and Bailey 25)..
TrueFalseFour or more authors - only name the first one, i.e. (Daly 152).
TrueFalseFour or more authors - only name the first one, followed by "et al." i.e. (Daly et al. 152).
TrueFalseFour or more authors - name them all, i.e. (Daly, Hand, Jones, Lunn, and McConway 152)..
Two or More Sources by the Same Author
TrueFalseCite by both the author’s name and the respective title.
Titles
TrueFalseCite by the title when the author is unknown.
TrueFalseCite by the title when citing two or more sources by the same author.
TrueFalseWhen citing the title, always italicize it.
TrueFalseWhen citing the title, always include it in inverted commas.
TrueFalseWhen citing the title, italicize it if it is a long work such as an entire book, film, or website.
TrueFalseWhen citing the title, include it in inverted commas if is a short work such as an article or webpage.
Indirect Sources (citing a source cited within a source)
TrueFalseYou are not allowed to cite a source cited in another source.
TrueFalseYou are encouraged to go to the original source and cite it.
TrueFalseRefer to the author of the original source in the body of the sentence and provide in parentheses the page number (if available) of the source that cites it, i.e. Mirabeau insisted that they were there “by the will of the people…” (37).
TrueFalseRefer to the author of the original source in the body of the sentence and provide in parentheses the author (preceded by "qtd. in") and page number (if available) of the source that cites it, i.e. Mirabeau insisted that they were there “by the will of the people…” (qtd. in McGowen 37).
TrueFalseIgnore the author of the original source and cite the source that cites it as usual.
Punctuation
TrueFalseWhen providing both the author's name and page number in a parenthetical citation, separate the two with a comma, i.e. (Bolt, 64).
TrueFalseWhen providing both the author's name and page number in a parenthetical citation, no comma is necessary to separate the two, i.e. (Bolt 64).
TrueFalseTwo authors - (Vise and Malseed 239).
TrueFalseTwo authors - (Vise; Malseed 239).
TrueFalseThree authors - (Murphy, Kondrashev, and Bailey 25).
TrueFalseThree authors - (Murphy, Kondrashev and Bailey 25).
TrueFalseFour or more authors - Daly et al. suggest that... (25).
TrueFalseFour or more authors - (Daly et al. 25).
TrueFalseThe full stop is placed before the parenthetical citation.
TrueFalseThe full stop is placed after the parenthetical citation.
TrueFalseFor a long quotation (longer than four lines), start a new line and have the entire quotation indented by one inch from the left margin.
TrueFalseFor a long quotation (longer than four lines), start a new line and have the entire quotation included in inverted commas and indented by one inch from the left margin.
TrueFalseFor a long quotation, the full stop is placed before the parenthetical citation.
TrueFalseFor a long quotation, the full stop is placed after the parenthetical citation.
TrueFalseMultiple citations - (Kershaw 112; Layton 89).
TrueFalseMultiple citations - (Kershaw 112 and Layton 89).

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