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Created: June 9, 2004
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Comparison of Modern Language Association style and American Psychological Association Style. American Sociological Association will usually accept APA style, which is acceptable in social sciences unless your teacher tells you to use a specific style.

From a link to primordial soup from Merriam-Webster site to the Britannica Site: gives you a good idea of acceptable format for citing Internet Souces.

To cite this page:

MLA style:
"Pop Art." Britannica Concise Encyclopedia. 2004. Encyclopędia Britannica Premium Service.
9 June 2004 http://www.britannica.com/ebc/article?eu=400948.

APA style:
Pop Art. Britannica Concise Encyclopedia. Retrieved June 9, 2004, from Encyclopędia Britannica Premium Service.
http://www.britannica.com/ebc/article?eu=400948

Britannica style:
"Pop art" Britannica Concise Encyclopedia from Encyclopędia Britannica Premium Service.
http://www.britannica.com/ebc/article?eu=400948
[Accessed June 9, 2004].

Note that every format includes the date on which the Internet file was accessed. That's terribly important because things come and go on the Internet with alarming speed. If there is information that you know you want to preserve, be sure to back it up. You can do this be pressing the File tab on the top menu of your browser and linking to Save As. Then save the file with a name and a directory on your own computer where you'll be able to find it if you need it again. Record its location in a notebook or other safe place. Trust me, the extra effort is worth it.



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