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When using the MLA in the body of your research

Question : When using the MLA in the body of your research : 1668483

 

When using the MLA in the body of your research paper, you must place a note in parentheses to identify the sources of each passage or idea you must document. For each of the following passages, write T if the correct parenthetical MLA form is used and F if it is not.

1)?Public speaking is a form of communication in which a speaker addresses a relatively large audience with a relatively continuous discourse, usually in a face-to-face situation.? ( DeVito 290).

2)?Public speaking is a form of communication in which a speaker addresses a relatively large audience with a relatively continuous discourse, usually a face-to-face situation? (DeVito, p. 290).?

3)?Public speaking is a form of communication in which a speaker addresses a relatively large audience with a relatively continuous discourse, usually a face-to-face situation? (DeVito 290).

4)?Public speaking is a form of communication in which a speaker addresses a relatively large audience with a relatively continuous discourse, usually a face-to-face situation (DeVito 290).

5)According to DeVito, ?Avoidance is physical or psychological withdrawal from the conflict situation? (p. 174).

6)According to DeVito, ?Avoidance is physical or psychological withdrawal from the conflict situation? (DeVito 174).

7)According to DeVito, ?Avoidance is physical or psychological withdrawal from the conflict situation? (174).

8)?Backchanneling cues include, for example, indicating agreement or disagreement through smiles or frowns, gestures of approval or disapproval, or brief comments, such as ?right? or ?never,? as well as displaying involvement or boredom with the speaker through attentive or inattentive posture, forward or backward leaning, and focused or no eye contact. You can also give the speaker pacing cues, for example, to slow down by raising your hand near your ear and leaning forward to speed up by continued nodding of your head? (DeVito 155-156).

9)?Backchanneling cues include, for example, indicating agreement or disagreement through smiles or frowns, gestures of approval or disapproval, or brief comments, such as ?right? or ?never,? as well as displaying involvement or boredom with the speaker through attentive or inattentive posture, forward or backward leaning, and focused or no eye contact. You can also give the speaker pacing cues, for example, to slow down by raising your hand near your ear and leaning forward to speed up by continued nodding of your head.? (DeVito 155 -156)

10)While the budget cuts might go deeper than originally reported (Kinsley 42), there is no reason to believe that ?throwing more taxpayers? dollars into a bottomless pit? (Doggett 62) will do much to reform ?one of the least productive job training programs ever devised by the federal government? (Will 28).

 

 

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