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If you do not, simply use "Paper Store Enterprises Inc."
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Common methodologies for including us in your
bibliography or 'works cited’ page are as follows:

A.P.A. STYLE:
(American Psychological Association)

Format For Bibliography Or "Reference" Page:

The APA Style changes slightly every year or so.
The safest way to list one of our papers in the APA Style is as follows:

lkjAuthor Name (Year). Title.
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For example, if the author of a paper we wrote in 1999 was Dr. P. McCabe and the title was "Exxon-Valdez : A White Collar Crime," the proper way to list our paper in your bibliography would be:
 
lkjMcCabe, Dr. P. (1999). Exxon-Valdez : A White Collar Crime. Hainesport, NJ : Paper Store, Inc.

Format For In-Text Citations:

Let's assume that you read the following in one of our papers by Dr. P. McCabe:

With regard to personality, Sigmund Freud defined "id" as the subconscious area of our persona which maintains our instinctive biological needs and urges us to eat, to sleep to urinate and so forth.

If this idea were reiterated in your own paper, one APA-style example of how you might use it and cite it would be as follows:

McCabe (1999) notes that Freud's "id" is essentially representative of a subconscious zone responsible for such basic instincts as urinating, sleeping, & even eating.

Another acceptable format would be:

Freud's "id" is essentially representative of a subconscious zone responsible for such basic instincts as urinating, sleeping, & even eating (McCabe, 1999).

If you decide to quote our paper DIRECTLY (word for word) using the APA style, you must also include the page number from which the quote originated in our report. Assuming the above McCabe quote came from page 6 ... a properly-cited direct quote would look like:

McCabe (1999), writes that "With regard to personality, Sigmund Freud defined "id" as the subconscious area of our persona which maintains our instinctive biological needs and urges us to eat, to sleep to urinate and so forth" (p. 6).

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"
With regard to personality, Sigmund Freud defined "id" as the subconscious area of our persona which maintains our instinctive biological needs and urges us to eat, to sleep to urinate and so forth" (McCabe, 1999; p. 6).

M.L.A STYLE:
(Modern Language Association)

Format For Works Cited Page:

The best way to list one of our papers in the MLA Style as a work cited is as follows:

Author Name. Title Of Report.
lkj(Hainesport, NJ : The Paper Store, Inc.,
lkjYear).

For example, if the author of a paper we wrote in 1999 was Dr. P. McCabe and the title was "Exxon-Valdez : A White Collar Crime," the proper way to list our paper in your Works Cited would be:

McCabe, Dr. P. Exxon - Valdez : A White
lkjCollar Crime. (Hainesport, NJ : The Paper lkjStore, Inc, 1997).

Format For In-Text Citations:

Let's assume that you read the following in one of our papers by Dr. P. McCabe:

With regard to personality, Sigmund Freud defined "id" as the subconscious area of our persona which maintains our instinctive biological needs and urges us to eat, to sleep to urinate and so forth.

If this idea were reiterated in your own paper, one MLA-style example of how you might use it and cite it would be as follows:

Dr. P. McCabe notes that Freud's "id" is essentially representative of a subconscious zone responsible for such basic instincts as urinating, sleeping, & even eating (6).
(6 refers to the page # in our report on which the idea is located).

Another acceptable format would be:

Freud's "id" is essentially representative of a subconscious zone responsible for such basic instincts as urinating, sleeping, & even eating (McCabe 6).    

If you decide to quote our paper DIRECTLY (word for word) using the MLA style, you must cite as above -- but include quotation marks (" ") around the phrase or sentences you copy directly.

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