anonymous
  • anonymous
When you are inserting parenthetical references, how do you differentiate between two sources of the same title (neither of which have an author)? My student has two articles titled "Dr. Mengele" with no author. How does she distinguish which one?
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jamiebookeater
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jagatuba
  • jagatuba
MLA? APA? ...
anonymous
  • anonymous
MLA, Sorry.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are they from different years? When this happened to me, I usually cited it as (Author Year) in order to differentiate between the two

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jagatuba
  • jagatuba
There are no authors listed, but the date could still be used with the title, but I'm not well versed in MLA Redwood Girl? Where are you? ;)

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