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*This is a sample title page.  Please replace the information below with your personal information. Student Name AA0000 Class Name, Number and Section Paper Title Endnotes and Sources Please use the Chicago Manual Style (endnotes, not footnotes), when citing work.  Do not quote or paraphrase without citing properly, this is considered plagiarism, which are grounds for academic discipline.  You must reference Half and Half by Claudine Chiawei O’Hearn as described below.  Also, you must cite two other non-class sources; at least one source should NOT be on-line, i.e. it should be a printed source (book or journal).  An example of citation  is provided below. Plagiarism Plagiarism will not be tolerated; please see the syllabus for policies governing plagiarism. A Note about On-line Sources  It is difficult to guarantee the accuracy of on-line sources and they should therefore be used only when published academic sources are unavailable.  For example, Wikipedia is not always a legitimate academic source; see the New York Times article, “Snared in the Web of a Wikipedia Liar,” Dec. 4, 2005.  Please use Encyclopedia Britannica On-Line instead by going to the Library website > A-Z List of Databases > Encyclopedia Britannica.  If you have a question about the reliability of an on-line source, please check with your section leader or Professor Cleveland. SAMPLE SOURCE CITING – Please ask any questions that you have!!! Professor Cleveland’s Preferred Endnote Chicago Manual Style Sample Endnote_Book[i] Sample Endnote_Lecture[ii] Sample Endnotes Website[iii] Sample Endnote_Movie[iv] [i] John M. Kimble, Rattan Lal, and Ronald F. Follett, eds. “Agricultural practices and policies for carbon sequestration in soil.” (Boca Raton, Fla.: Lewis Publishers, 2002), pp. 104-7. [ii] Steven Cleveland. “Interracial Relationships, Sex & Marriage: Week # 9 Just Sex” [Available on-line] [iii] John Roach.  “Journal Ranks Top 25 Unanswered Science Questions.”  [Available on-line] [iv] Spike Lee. “Jungle Fever” (1991) Sample Bibliography in Chicago Manual Style Sample Bibliography_Book 1) Kimble, John M., Rattan Lal, and Ronald F. Follett, eds. “Agricultural practices and policies for carbon sequestration in soil,” Boca Raton, Fla.: Lewis Publishers, 2002.     Sample Bibliography _Lecture 2) Cleveland, Steven. “Interracial Relationships, Sex & Marriage: Week #2: THE OTHERS,” lecture presented on-line at http://bb.csueastbay.edu/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp?tab=courses&url=/bin/common/course.pl?course_id=_150858_1&frame=top (Note link is not live) for the course Ethnic Studies 3430 at posted on January 13th, 2009; accessed on January 19th, 2009 Sample Bibliography_Website 3) Ferdinand, Pamela. “11th Hour Bush Rule Changes,” National Geographic On-line (January 16th, 2009) ; Accessed at  http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2009/01/090116-bush-last-minute.html on March 9th, 2013 Sample Bibliography _Movie 4) Lee, Spike “Jungle Fever,” Universal Home Video, 1991, trt: 132 minutes.        This is a sample paper of how the paper should be written.


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