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Barbara Stoutamore

BA:                  CSU Dominguez Hills

Credential:       Simpson Un.  CA

MA:                 Gonzaga Un.   WA

Employment:    Klamath Community College  OR

 

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This in-text citation uses the author's name in a signal phrase with the page number where the information was found at the end.

Jones states that music piracy costs the industry millions of dollars a year.  People have come to the point that they think because media is on the Internet, it is free to download. This is not only very costly to the artists who create the music, but it is an infringement of copyright laws (42).

This citation uses the author's name and page number in parentheses.

Music piracy costs the industry millions of dollars a year.  People have come to the point that they think because media is on the Internet, it is free to download. This is not only very costly to the artists who create the music, but it is an infringement of copyright laws (Jones 42).

This citation uses the author's name only in paretheses because there are no page numbers for the source.

In the artical Music Piracy and the Law it states that music piracy costs the industry millions of dollars a year.  People have come to the point that they think because media is on the Internet, it is free to download. This is not only very costly to the artists who create the music, but it is an infringement of copyright laws (Jones ).


This citation uses only the title of the article in parenthesis because there are neither page numbers nor an author.

Music piracy costs the industry millions of dollars a year.  People have come to the point that they think because media is on the Internet, it is free to download. This is not only very costly to the artists who create the music, but it is an infringement of copyright laws (Music Piracy).

 

 

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