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Bales, K. & Soodalter, R. (2009). The slave next door: Human trafficking and slavery in
America today. Berkeley: University of California Press
Bales, Kevin and Rod Soodalter. The Slave Next Door: Human Trafficking and Slavery in
America Today. Berkeley: U of California P, 2009. Print.
Both examples include:
- the authors' names.
- the title of the book.
- the place of publication.
- the publisher.
- the date.
This information is just in a different order. Both also use double-spacing and a hanging indentation (the second line and all the following lines are indented), but other details of the formatting are a little different.
APA (For additional information see http://www.valenciacollege.edu/library/doc_apa_print.cfm).
- uses initials for author's first names.
- places the date second and in parenthesis.
- capitalizes the first letter of the first word of the title and subtitle (e.g. The; Human).
MLA (For additional information see http://www.valenciacollege.edu/library/doc_mla_print.cfm).
- uses the author's full names.
- capitalizes the first letter of all the important words.
- uses abbreviations for university (U) and press (P).
- places the date near the end.
- adds the medium of publication, e.g. print or web.
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