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How do you cite an encyclical letter?

Encyclical usually refers to a letter sent by the pope to the bishops of the Catholic Church. The term originates from the wide circulation such a letter receives. You can find most encyclicals on the Vatican’s Web site or in print. To cite an encyclical, follow the MLA template of core elements. If using the . . .

Published 20 April 2018

If the author of a work is given as a division of an organization, do I still omit an author and list only the organization as publisher in my works-cited-list entry?

The MLA Handbook notes, “When a work is published by an organization that is also its author, begin the entry with the title, skipping the author element, and list the organization only as publisher” (25). But when the author of a work is a division or committee of the organization, list the division or committee as . . .

Published 10 April 2018

How do I cite a map?

Maps appear as stand-alone print works, as images in books or Web sites, and as functional independent Web sites or parts of Web sites. As with any work, to cite a map, follow the MLA template of core elements. Free-Standing Print Maps To cite a free-standing print map, provide the publication details given by the . . .

Published 6 April 2018

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