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Publication Date: 2021
"An all-in-one resource that makes MLA style easier to learn and use for writers at any level, the handbook includes
expanded, in-depth guidance on how to use the MLA template of core elements to create works-cited-list entries that shows what each core element is, where to find it, and how to style it
clarification that element names are not always literal and can apply to a range of situations (e.g., the Publisher element can refer to the publisher of a book or a sponsoring organization like the theater company that put on a play)
a new, easy-to-follow explanation of in-text citations
a new chapter containing recommendations for using inclusive language
a new appendix with hundreds of sample works-cited-list entries listed by publication format, including books, databases, websites, YouTube videos, interviews, and more
updated guidelines on avoiding plagiarism
a new chapter on formatting a research paper
new, expanded guidelines on spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and more
a new chapter on using notes in MLA style"
These resources will help you learn how to use the Modern Language Association (MLA) citation and format style. This section contains citation examples. Explore the menu for more on paper formatting and in-text citing.