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Barzun, Jacques, and Graff, Henry F. The Modern Researcher. 3rd ed. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovitch, 1977.
British Columbia. Department of Agriculture. Statistics Branch. Agricultural Statistics 1927. (Bulletin no. 104) Victoria: King’s
Printer, 1928.
“Bull and the Gun.” Edmonton Journal, August 18, 1990, p. G1.
Saunders, R.M. “The First Introduction of European Plants and Animals into Canada.” Canadian Historical Review 16 (1935): 388406.
Shakespeare, Nicholas. The Men who would be King: A Look at Royalty in Exile. London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1984.
Quoted material should correspond exactly with the original in wording, spelling, and punctuation. Students are urged to recheck
all quoted material against original sources to ensure absolute accuracy. Avoid excessive quotation. Short direct quotations
should be incorporated into the text and enclosed in double quotation marks. Use single quotation marks to set off one quotation
enclosed in another. Prose quotations longer than three typewritten lines should be indented five spaces; should begin on a new
line; should (usually) be introduced by a statement ending with a colon; should be typed single spaced; and should not be
enclosed in quotation marks. One or two lines of quoted verse may be incorporated into the text if the passage is enclosed in
quotation marks and a slash (/) is used to indicate a line ending within the passage. The capitalization of the original should be
retained. Quoted verse extending beyond two lines in the original should begin on a new line, should be indented, and should not
be enclosed in quotation marks. Note, for example, this famous limerick by A.H. Reginald Buller of the University of Manitoba:
There was a young lady named Bright Whose speed was far faster than light; She set out one day In a relative way And returned
on the previous night.
Students are cautioned against plagiarism–that is, the using of another person’s words or ideas without proper acknowledgement.
The rule is that when two or more important words are used in the same form and juxtaposition, they must be placed in quotation
marks. Plagiarism will not be tolerated.
Use the most recent Oxford dictionary for correct spellings. In cases where more than one spelling is given, use the first listed. Do
not mix English and American usage. Reference works of correct usage are readily available. One particularly appropriate manual
is The Canadian Style: A Guide to Writing and Editing (Toronto and London: Dundurn Press Ltd., 1985). This book was prepared
by the Department of the Secretary of State’s Translation Bureau, and gives accurate Canadian standards of usage for such
matters as abbreviation, spelling, punctuation, and quotation.
Students are encouraged to type their papers, although neat, legibly handwritten papers will be accepted. Standard quarto size
paper (8½ x 11 inch) should be used. Do not use erasable bond. The text should always be typed double spaced, except for
lengthy quotations; footnotes and bibliography should be single spaced within each entry, with a double space between entries.
Margins should always be not less than 1½ inches on the left and not less than 1 inch on all other edges. A paper should include:
(a) title page, including title of the paper, student’s name, course name and number, section number, instructor’s name, and date
submitted; (b) body of text; (c) endnotes (if not given as footnotes at the bottom of text pages); (d) bibliography Students are
strongly recommended to keep a draft or photocopy of the paper, in case of accident to or loss of the original.
This style sheet is an adaption of an Undergraduate Style Sheet from the University of British Columbia. It is by no means
comprehensive. Students needing further information should consult style manuals which use this system of citation, such as the
MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, Kate L. Turabian’s A Manual for Writers of Term

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