All American: Use Policy

We hope that you have found useful information on All American . If you decide to use anything you found here in a paper, you should treat it the same way you would treat material you find in a book or magazine. That is, you should give credit to the source for any exact quotations or ideas that you borrow. Failure to do so is plagiarism, a serious form of academic misconduct that can result in failure of a course, dismissal from a university, or both.

If you are using MLA style, you should use the following format for listing an article from All American in your list of works cited:
Name of Author (last name, first name). "Title of Article." Title of entire Web site. Name of editor. Date page was last updated. Date of sponsoring organization. Date you viewed the Web page <URL of article>.
 
Example:
 
Ivey, Jason. "Blackface Minstrelsy." All American: Literature, History, and Culture. Ed. Mark Canada. 7 March 2000. University of North Carolina at Pembroke. 8 March 2000 <http://www.uncp.edu/home/canada/work/allam/17841865/history/music.htm#Blackface Minstrelsy>.
 

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