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Hi I have references that look like this Luke, M. D. (2006). THE IMPACT OF SARBANES–OXLEY AS PERCEIVED BY EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP: AN EXPLORATORY CASE STUDY. Unpublished Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership, University of Phoenix, and citations that look like this and my instructor said that they are wrong please help. {{6 Luke, M. Dr. (2006)}}

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Here is the basic format: Author, A. A. (Year of publication). Title of work: Capital letter also for subtitle. Location: Publisher. Well, this is probably what you did wrong. Between the title and subtitle there should be a colon, not a period, and the title and subtitle should both be italicized. One last thing the location should be inserted after the subtitle, then a colon, then the publisher. Hopefully that'll help, Good luck!

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