Foundations of Physical Education
• What must I cite• Anything you write, create or present that usesthe words, ideas or expressions of another personincluding:• Direct quotations• Paraphrased sections• Another student’s work• Work you have previously done• Someone else’s idea
• Two parts are needed to cite a source within apaper• 1. Reference to the source within the text of thepaper• RULE: With APA style, use an author-Datecitation system which allows the reader to identifythe source of the information.• EXAMPLES:• Random samples were taken at the site (Smyth,2011).• Smyth (2011) noted random samples were taken.
• 2. A list of all sources you used in your papercalled References• RULE: The reference list should be at the end ofyour paper in alphabetical order by author’s lastname. Each entry should include the author’sname, date of publication, title of the work andpublication information.• EXAMPLE:• Kasdorf, W.E. (2003). The Columbia guide todigital publishing. New York, NY: ColumbiaUniversity Press.
• Use this style guide to find information about intextcitations and creating a reference list• If you do not own a copy, the library copy can belocated in the Reference section on the mainfloor at BF76.7 .P83 2010
• Use the format rules for creating a References List(pp.180-224) APA Manual• Create citations so readers can retrieve and usesources• be accurate and complete
• A new element has been added to journalarticle citations with the 6 th edition of theAPA Manual--DOI• DOI (digital object identifier) provides apersistent way of accessing digitalinformation• Generally the DOI appears on the first pageof the article
Article in a Journal—one authorArticle in a journal—upto seven authorsArticle in a journal—more than sevenauthors—include first sixnames, three ellipses, thenlast author’s nameBusby, O. (2009). A study of teen long distancerunners. Journal of Running Science, 23(5),451-534. doi:10.1177/0021987654004Ling, C.J., Doss, J., Brocks, B., Singe,T., Williams,H. (2012). Aggressive behavior in athleticteens. Journal of Adolescent Health, 6, 23-39.doi:101016/jjadohealth.2011.11.011Turvin,T., Block, J., Lavery, W., Leavell, J., Smart,J., Sanders, A., … Jones, T. (1998). Historicperformances at Olympic events. Journal ofSport History, 22(38), 93-185. doi:10.1216/josh/234567347
Single authorMultiple authorsEdited BookSchier, B.D. (2010). Long distance:Addict or athlete. Cambridge, MA:MIT Press.Judd, J., & Judd, C. (2009) Gender andsport. New York, NY: Soho Press.Jordan. M. (Ed.). (2009). Accuracy inteen throws. Columbia, SC: CountyPress.Chapter or essay in a bookSimonson, K. (2005). Linking sport andtalent. In Smith, T.A. (Ed.), Handbookof Athletics (pp.119-136). New York,NY: Macmillan.
Web pageOnline videoCenters for Disease Control andPrevention. (2012). PreventingLyme Disease. Retrieved fromhttp:// www.cdc.gov/lymehtmlTraining Results. (2011, April 23). Tipsfor the long run [Video file].Retrieved from http:// youtube.comwatch?v=65DERGTdkData SetsUniversity Research Consortium. (2000).Body mass and undergrad activitylevels, 1999-2000. [Data file].Retrieved from http:// smarti.edu/access/index.jsp
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