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QUESTION 1
Identify the correct parenthetical citation for this source:
Keaveney, Susan. "When MTV Goes CEO." Acting on Words. Ed. David Brundage and Michael Lahey.
Toronto: Pearson, 2004. 99-103. Print.
A. According to Keaveney (2004), "Before the mid-millenium, Gen Xers will be the CEOs of the future" (p. 103).
B. According to Keaveney, "Before the mid-millenium, Gen Xers will be the CEOs of the future" (Susan Keaveney, "When MTV Goes CEO,' 103).
C. According to Keaveney, "Before the mid-millenium, Gen Xers will be the CEOs of the future" (Keaveney, 103).
D. According to Keaveney, "Before the mid-millenium, Gen Xers will be the CEOs of the future" (103).
E. According to Keaveney, "Before the mid-millenium, Gen Xers will be the CEOs of the future" (Brundage and Lahey 103).

QUESTION 2
The website is called William Faulkner on the Web, and the page you cited is called Faulkner Filmography. The site's author, John B. Padgett, last modified the page on Monday, October 09, 2000 at 11:56 AM. Pretend that you accessed it on March 5, 2006. Which is the proper reference as it should appear on your Works Cited page?
A. Padgett, John B. Faulkner Filmography. Last modified Oct. 9, 2000. 5 Mar. 2006.
B. Padgett, John B. William Faulkner on the Web. Last updated 9 Oct. 2000. 5 Mar. 2006.
C. Padgett, John B. "Faulkner Filmography." William Faulkner on the Web. The University of Mississippi, 9 Oct. 2000, www.mcsr.olemiss.edu/%7Eegjbp/faulkner/adaptations.html. Accessed 10 Jan. 2017.
D. Padgett, John B. "Faulkner Filmography." 9 Oct. 2000. William Faulkner on the Web. Retrieved 5 Mar. 2006.
E. Padgett, John B. William Faulkner on the Web. Faulkner Filmography. (Oct. 9, 2000). Retrieved from the World Wide Web on March 5, 2006, from

QUESTION 3
"Melanoma: low-dose chemobiotherapy is effective in treatment of metastatic melanoma. 'Medical Devices & Surgical Technology Week 19 Feb. 2006: 372. Print. R. W. Weber's work and a quotation from him are referred to in the above article, but the material has been taken from another source. Which of the following parenthetical citations is correct?
A. According to R. W. Weber, "Thirty-one patients with histologically confirmed unresectable measurable metastatic melanoma were enrolled onto an open-label, multicenter phase II study" ("Melanoma" 372).
B. According to R. W. Weber, "Thirty-one patients with histologically confirmed unresectable measurable metastatic melanoma were enrolled onto an open-label, multicenter phase II study" (qtd. in "Melanoma" 372).
C. According to R. W. Weber, "Thirty-one patients with histologically confirmed unresectable measurable metastatic melanoma were enrolled onto an open-label, multicenter phase II study" (as cited in "Melanoma," 2006, p. 372).
D. According to R. W. Weber, "Thirty-one patients with histologically confirmed unresectable measurable metastatic melanoma were enrolled onto an open-label, multicenter phase II study" (qtd. in "Melanoma," Medical Devices & Surgical Technology Week 372).
E. According to R. W. Weber, "Thirty-one patients with histologically confirmed unresectable measurable metastatic melanoma were enrolled onto an open-label, multicenter phase II study" (372).


QUESTION 4
The references at the end of your paper should appear
A. in alphabetical order by authors' surname or by title (if there is no author), regardless of type of reference (book, film, journal article, website, etc.).
B. first under those with authors, then those without.
C. under separate subheadings according to type of source.
D. numbered in the order in which they appear.

QUESTION 5
You want to use a newspaper article where there is no author given. The title of the article IS "Was Emerson lying to his constituents?" and it was published in the Edmonton Journal on Feb. 14, 2006, on p. A2. Which is the proper reference for the Works Cited?
A. Anonymous. "Was Emerson lying to his constituents?" Edmonton Journal, Feb. 14, 2006, p. A2.
B. "Was Emerson lying to his constituents?" Journal Edmonton: 2006, A2. Print.
C. "Was Emerson lying to his constituents?" 14 Feb. 2006. Edmonton Journal, p. A2.
D. "Was Emerson lying to his constituents?" Edmonton Journal, 14 Feb. 2006, p. A2.
E. Editors. "Was Emerson lying to his constituents?' Edmonton Journal (Feb. 14, 2006): p. A2.

QUESTION 6
Which is the correct reference format for this article: The biological, social and clinical bases of drug addiction: commentary and debate by J. Altman, B. J. Everitt, T. W. Robbins, S. Glautier, A. Markou, D. Nutt, R. Oretti and G. D. Phillips. It was published in 1996 in Psychopharmacology, an online journal; ISSN 0033-3158, and Volume 125, Issue Number 4, pages 285 - 345. (Please note that these examples do not have the required hanging indent.)
A. "The biological, social and clinical bases of drug addiction: commentary and debate." J. Altman, B. J. Everitt, T. W. Robbins, S. Glautier, A. Markou, D. Nutt, R. Oretti and G. D. Phillips. Psychopharmacology, 1996, Volume 125, Issue Number 4 pages: 285 - 345.
B. Altman, J., B. J. Everitt, T. W. Robbins, S. Glautier, A. Markou, D. Nutt, R. Oretti and G. D. Phillips. "The biological, social and clinical bases of drug addiction: commentary and debate. "Psychopharmacology. ISSN 0033-3158. Vol. 125.No. 4 (1996): 285 - 345.
C. Altman, J. et al. "The biological, social and clinical bases of drug addiction: commentary and debate." Psychopharmacology, vol. 125, no. 4, 1996, pp. 595-600, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8826538. Accessed 10 Jan. 2017.
D. Altman, J., B. J. Everitt, T. W. Robbins, et al. (1996). "The biological, social and clinical bases of drug addiction: commentary and debate." Psychopharmacology, an online journal. 125.4:285-345. -
E. Altman, J., B. J. Everitt, T. W. Robbins, S. Glautier, A. Markou, D. Nutt, R. Oretti and G. D. Phillips. et al. "The biological, social and clinical bases of drug addiction: commentary and debate." Psychopharmacology. ISSN 0033-3158. Vol. 125, 4 (1996): pp. 285 - 345.

QUESTION 7
In which sentence has the quotation been integrated the most successfully?
A. Managers from both generations will be able to find ways to work together by "[f]acing the issue squarely and approaching Gen X workplace issues as issues of cultural diversity" (Keaveney 103).
B. "Facing the issue squarely and approaching Gen X workplace issues as issues of cultural diversity" will help managers from both generations work together (Keaveney 103).
C. One of the ways that Baby Boomers and Gen Xers can get along in the workplace is to "[f]ac[e]" their problems "squarely" by looking at them as "issues" that consider differences in "cultur[es]" (Keaveney 103).
D. By "[f]acing the issue squarely and approaching Gen X workplace issues as issues of cultural diversity,' managers from both generations will be able to work together (Keaveney 103).

QUESTION 8
The original quotation from Jeremy Black, a film critic, reads "This film can be said to be many things, but one of the things it is not is funny." Which is fair use of this quotation?
A. Jeremy Black has called the film "funny."
B. Jeremy Black insists that "[t]his film is not funny."
C. Jeremy Black claims that this movie is "many things [including] funny."
D. Jeremy Black claims that "[t]his film can be said to be many things[;] one of the things it is funny.''

QUESTION 9
Identify the correct parenthetical citation for this source:
Tannen, Deborah. The Argument Culture. Toronto: Random House, 1998. Print.
A. Every issue we see discussed on television appears to be set up as an argument: "In the argument culture, criticism, attack, or opposition are the predominant if not the only ways of responding to people or ideas" (The Argument of Culture 7).
B. Every issue we see discussed on television appears to be set up as an argument: "In the argument culture, criticism, attack, or opposition are the predominant if not the only ways of responding to people or ideas" (Tannen, p.7).
C. Every issue we see discussed on television appears to be set up as an argument: "In the argument culture, criticism, attack, or opposition are the predominant if not the only ways of responding to people or ideas" (Tannen, 1998, p.7).
D. Every issue we see discussed on television appears to be set up as an argument: "In the argument culture, criticism, attack, or opposition are the predominant if not the only ways of responding to people or ideas" (Tannen 7).
E. Every issue we see discussed on television appears to be set up as an argument: "In the argument culture, criticism, attack, or opposition are the predominant if not the only ways of responding to people or ideas" (7).


QUESTION 10
You are using material from a newspaper article. There is no author given, but the title of the article is "Was Emerson lying to his constituents?, published in the Edmonton Journal on Feb. 14, 2006, on p. A2. Which is the proper parenthetical citation for this paraphrase?
A. Earlier, Emerson had claimed that he would do everything he could to fight the Liberals in government (Anonymous A2).
B. Earlier, Emerson had claimed that he would do everything he could to fight the Liberals in government ("Was Emerson lying" A2).
C. Earlier, Emerson had claimed that he would do everything he could to fight the Liberals in government. (a parenthetical citation is unnecessary for a paraphrase).
D. Earlier, Emerson had claimed that he would do everything he could to fight the Liberals in government (Emerson A2).
E. Earlier, Emerson had claimed that he would do everything he could to fight the Liberals in government (Edmonton Journal, Feb. 14, 2006).

QUESTION 11
The original quotation reads "The machinists use various tools, such as hammers and tongs, on a daily basis" (Brown 311). Which sentence has used the
quotation correctly to fit into it grammatically and logically?
A. Historians have discovered that "[M]achinists use various tools ] on a daily basis" (Brown 311).
B. Historians have discovered that " machinists use[d] various tools on a daily basis" (Brown 311).
C. Historians have discovered that "machinists use[d] various tools on a daily basis" (Brown 311).
D. Historians have discovered that "machinists use various tools on a daily basis" (Brown 311).

QUESTION 12
The original quotation from Bob Simpson on a website reads "Although some people believe the Lamborgotti Fasterossa is the fastest car in the world, others name the Ferrari as the fastest." Which is an unfair and misleading use of this quotation?
A. Bob Simpson claims that "[a]lthough some people believe the Lamborgotti Fasterossa is the fastest car in the world, others name the Ferrari as the fastest."
B. According to one race car driver, "[a]lthough some people believe the Lamborgotti Fasterossa is the fastest car in the world, others name the Ferrari as the fastest" (Simpson).
C. If we compare Italian cars, "some people believe the Lamborgotti Fasterossa is the fastest car in the world, [while] others name the Ferrari as the fastest" (Simpson).
D. Bob Simpson claims that "the Lamborgotti Fasterossa is the fastest car in the world, [but] others name the Ferrari as the fastest."


QUESTION 13
In which sentence has the quotation been integrated the most successfully?
A. Susan Keaveney explains that Gen Xers will develop a new kind of management style: "Having rebelled against standard business hours and micromanagement, they might find it difficult to make such demands of their subordinates" (102).
B. Susan Keaveney explains that Gen Xers will develop a new kind of management style. They "[h]ave rebelled against standard business hours and micromanagement, [so] they might find it difficult to make such demands of their subordinates" (102).
C. Susan Keaveney explains that Gen Xers will develop a new kind of management style because of their attitudes toward being managed: "Having rebelled against standard business hours and micromanagement, they might find it difficult to make such demands of their subordinates" (102).
D. Susan Keaveney explains that Gen Xers will develop a new kind of management style. "Having rebelled against standard business hours and micromanagement, they might find it difficult to make such demands of their subordinates" (102).

QUESTION 14
According to MLA format, the list of references which appear at the end of your paper is called
A. Works Cited
B. References
C. List of references
D. Sources used
E. Bibliography

QUESTION 15
Identify the correct parenthetical citation for this source: Ashcroft, Bill, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin.
The Empire Writes Back: Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures. London: Routledge, 1989. Print.
A. Therefore, readers need to remember that "[t]he first post-colonial society to develop a "national' literature was the USA" (Ashcroft, Griffiths, and Tiffin 15).
B. Therefore, readers need to remember that "[t]he first post-colonial society to develop a "national' literature was the USA" (Ashcroft, Griffiths & Tiffin 15).
C. Therefore, readers need to remember that "[t]he first post-colonial society to develop a "national' literature was the USA" (Ashcroft et al. 15).
D. Therefore, readers need to remember that "[t]he first post-colonial society to develop a 'national' literature was the USA" (The Empire Writes Back 15).
E. Therefore, readers need to remember that "[t]he first post-colonial society to develop a "national' literature was the USA" (Ashcroft, Griffiths, and Tiffin, p.15).

QUESTION 16
The book is called The Empire Writes Back: Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures by Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin. It was published in 1989 by Routledge in London. How should it appear as a reference at the end of your paper? (Please note that the required hanging indent is not shown in these examples.)
A. Ashcroft, Bill, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin (1989). The Empire Writes Back: Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures. London: Routledge.
B. Ashcroft, Bill, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin. The Empire Writes Back: Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures. Routledge, 1989.
C. Ashcroft, B., Griffiths, G., and Tiffin, H. The Empire Writes Back: Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures. London: Routledge, 1989. Print.
D. Ashcroft, Bill, et al. The Empire Writes Back: Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures. London: Routledge, 1989.
E. Ashcroft, Bill, Griffiths, Gareth, and Tiffin, Helen. The Empire Writes Back: Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures. London: Routledge, 1989.

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