80
Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

  • Upload
    others

  • View
    3

  • Download
    0

Embed Size (px)

Citation preview

Page 1: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Learning from Existing LiteratureChapter 6:

ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1

Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand

Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Page 2: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Chapter 6: Learning from Existing Literature

Lecture 6.1: Practicing Intellectual Honesty

Lecture 6.2: Citing Related Literature

Page 3: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Practicing Intellectual HonestyLecture 6.1:

ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1

Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand

Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Page 4: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

ParaphrasingOne of the most common strategies

used to avoid plagiarism is by paraphrasing or conveying another author’s message using your own

words (Vineski, 2016).

Page 5: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

ParaphrasingThe original idea or essence of the

sentence remains the same although structured differently and

articulated in another way.

Page 6: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Did you know?You may be guided by the

following steps in paraphrasing a literature (Vineski; Purdue OWL,

2016).

Page 7: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Guideline 1: Paraphrasing a Literature

Read the literature several times until you fully understand

its meaning.

Page 8: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Guideline 2: Paraphrasing a Literature

Write your own words how you understood the script without looking at the original work.

Page 9: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Guideline 3: Paraphrasing a Literature

Compare your phrasing with the original wording. Ensuring that you capture the key ideas behind the source literature.

Page 10: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Guideline 4: Paraphrasing a Literature

“Use quotation marks” for words you used or borrowed

from the original script.

Page 11: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Guideline 5: Paraphrasing a Literature

Indicate the source of the idea, including the author, title of the

work, year, even the page number so you can

acknowledge it in your work.

Page 12: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

SummarizingSummarizing entails capturing the main ideas of the text, allowing you

to have a “broad overview of the source material” (Driscoll & Brizee,

2013, para.4).

Page 13: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

SummarizingIt involves determining the gist of a

literature, focusing your attention to the main idea of the text, and key

concepts and words that support the main idea.

Page 14: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Did you know?You can try some of the tips on the next slides to help you

summarize a text (Jones, 2012, para.7):

Page 15: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

First Tip: Summarizing a Text

Underline the main ideas in a paragraph or in a section.

Determine other concepts that support this main idea.

Page 16: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Second Tip: Summarizing a Text

Set the text aside and write a summary of it, providing only

the gist of the literature.

Page 17: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Third Tip: Summarizing a Text

Consider the six basic questions in capturing the key concepts in

the text: “Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How.”

Page 18: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Take Note: In doing so, take note that it is

recommended that you put quotation marks on terms you have adopted from

the source.

Page 19: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Synthesizing Synthesizing involves “combining ideas” from literature and from “prior knowledge” and using these information to “form a new idea, perspective, opinion or insight” (The

Ohio State University, 2016, para.9).

Page 20: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

SynthesizingIt involves interacting with the text and determining how they

relate to your existing understanding of the concept.

Page 21: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

First Tip: Synthesizing

Consider identifying the key idea behind the

text first.

Page 22: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Second Tip: SynthesizingDetermine how the literature is related

to what you already know, including your past knowledge about the topic and with other studies or reference

materials you have read.

Page 23: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Third Tip: SynthesizingReflect on key insights and

realizations have gained from reading this source.

Page 24: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Using Direct QuotationsAs mentioned, if you borrowed

words or passages from another source, it would be

important that you acknowledge these.

Page 25: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Using Direct QuotationsBelow are some guidelines you

can use in utilizing direct quotations (Stolley, Brizee &

Paiz, 2013, para.4):

Page 26: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Guideline 1: Using Direct Quotations

Indicate the name of the author, year of the resource material and page

number or paragraph number, if the source came from the internet, in the

same line of the direct quotation.

Page 27: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Guideline 2: Using Direct Quotations

Use quotation marks to indicate these direct quotes from the literature. You can also put the text on its own block, in accordance with the citation style

you want to use.

Page 28: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Guideline 3: Using Direct Quotations

Use quotes purposefully. Use it for impact in your

research paper.

Page 29: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Guideline 4: Using Direct Quotations

Adopt only the necessary text. If you only want to highlight a

phrase or a sentence, quote only these and not the whole

paragraph.

Page 30: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Guideline 5: Using Direct Quotations

Use ellipsis points (…) in shortening a quote and to indicate

that you have removed some words. Just ensure that the

thought of the sentence essentially remains the same.

Page 31: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Guideline 5: Using Direct Quotations

For example:

“Reyes attributed sickness … as one of the major reasons for student

absenteeism.”

Page 32: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Using Proper Citation

Recognizing the author of the idea or work you were referring to in your

research paper is a practice which you will learn in writing. There are a few

citation guides which you can use.

Page 33: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Citing Related LiteratureLecture 6.2:

ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1

Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand

Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Page 34: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Citation•Citation is basically

acknowledging the source of a text, idea or work using a widely

recognized guideline.

Page 35: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Did you know?•Scholars need to have a common language and

manner in reporting where they got their sources. They used citation styles that are broadly accepted

and used. Using these helps other researchers know where the idea, or work came from, allowing them to

check these or utilize these in their own studies.

Page 36: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

When to Use Citation•it is encouraged that you use

proper citation for the following (English Club, 2016,

para.2):

Page 37: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

When to Use Citation: Direct Quotes

•words, phrases or sentences that you have adopted from a

reference material. You usually use quotation marks for these.

Page 38: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

When to Use Citation: Paraphrased Text

•ideas that come from other studies and reference

materials expressed in your own words.

Page 39: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

When to Use Citation: Facts and Figures

•numbers, percentages, and statistical data acquired

from other sources.

Page 40: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

When to Use Citation: Theories, Methods, and Ideas

•other scholars’ idea or work mentioned in your

own study.

Page 41: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

When to Use Citation: Images, Graphs and Illustrations

•images, diagrams acquired from other

sources.

Page 42: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

When Not to Use Citation

•On the other hand, there are also some information which do not require citation. These include (EnglishClub, 2016, para.10):

Page 43: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

When Not to Use Citation: Common Knowledge

•information that is widely well-known by the general

population.

Page 44: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

When Not to Use Citation: Historical Dates

•similarly, these information are publicly

known.

Page 45: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

When Not to Use Citation: A Well-Known Argument or Theory

•these are concepts that are generally

talked about

Page 46: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

When Not to Use Citation: A Universal Proverb

•saying that are familiar to most

people.

Page 47: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Citation Styles(1) Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association

(APA);(2) Chicago Manual of Style; and

(3) Modern Language Association (MLA)

Page 48: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA)

• It is frequently utilized by those from the field of

education and psychology (Creswell, 2014, p.24).

Page 49: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Chicago Manual of Style

•It is citation style use in the social

sciences.

Page 50: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

APA Style Guide

• Here are some of the general rules on the APA

style guide (Paiz et al., 2016, 2014b).

Page 51: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

General Guidelines

• Type-written• Use double space

• Use the standard paper size (8.5”x11”)• Have 1 inch margins on all sides

• Times New Roman with 12 font size is recommended

Page 52: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Major Sections

• Has four major sections:(1) Title Page;(2) Abstract;

(3) Main Body; and(4) References.

Page 53: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Title Page

• Must show the title of the paper, name of the author and institutional affiliation in this order per line

• These information are centered

Page 54: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Short Quotations

• Indicate the author, year and page number or paragraph

number• Use quotation marks

Page 55: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Example Number 1:

• According to Reyes (2016, p.1), “Research is a methodological

process.”

Page 56: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Example Number 2:

• She heightened that “research is a methodological process”

(Reyes, 2016, p.1).

Page 57: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Long Quotations

• Used for quotes with 40 words or more

• Place in a text block: begin in a new line, must be 0.5 inch indented

from the left margin

Page 58: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Example Number 1:• Reyes (2016, p.1) highlighted the following:

• The choice of a research topic is one of the crucial decisions of aresearcher. One has to consider several aspects such as one’spersonal interests and curiosities, one’s skills in conductingresearch, access to research sites and possible researchparticipants, and practical considerations such as time andresources.

Page 59: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Paraphrase or Summary

• Indicate the author and year

Page 60: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Example Number 1:

•According to Reyes (2016), research entails a rigorous procedure.

Page 61: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Example Number 2:

•Research entails a rigorous procedure

(Reyes, 2016).

Page 62: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

One Author

Example 1:

Reyes (2016)

highlighted…

Example 2:

…rigorous procedure

(Reyes, 2016).

General Guide:

Author, A. A. (Year of

Publication). Title of

work: Subtitle of

work. Location:

Publisher.

Page 63: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Two Authors

Example 1:

Reyes and Santos (2016)

highlighted…

Example 2:

…rigorous procedure

(Reyes & Reyes, 2016).

General Guide:

Author, A. A., & Author,

B. B. (Year of

Publication). Title of

work: Subtitle of

work. Location:

Publisher.

Page 64: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Three to Five Authors

Example 1:

Reyes, Santos and Tan (2016)

proposed…

Example 2:

…rigorous procedure (Reyes,

Santos & Tan 2016).

In succeeding citations:

…process (Reyes et al. 2016).

General Guide:

Author, A. A., Author,

B. B., & Author C. C.

(Year of Publication).

Title of work: Subtitle

of work. Location:

Publisher.

Page 65: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Six or More Authors

Example 1:

Reyes et al. (2016) proposed…

Example 2:

…rigorous procedure (Reyes

et al. 2016).

General Guide:

Author, A. A., Author,

B. B., Author, C. C.,

Author, D. D., Author, E.

E., & Author, F. F.,

(Year of Publication).

Title of work: Subtitle

of work. Location:

Publisher.

Page 66: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Unknown Author

Example 1: Use the title

of the work

…rigorous procedure

(Research Guide, 2016).

General guide using the

title:

Short version of the title.

(Year of Publication).

Title of work: Subtitle

of work. Location:

Publisher.

Page 67: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Unknown Author

Example 2: Anonymous

Author

…rigorous procedure

(Anonymous, 2016).

General guide for

anonymous author:

Anonymous. (Year of

Publication).

Title of work: Subtitle

of work. Location:

Publisher.

Page 68: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Organization

Example 2: Use the title

of the work

…of the population

(Philippine Statistics

Authority [PSA], 2016).

In succeeding citations:

…population (PSA,

2016)

General guide:

Name of the

Organization. (Year

of Publication).

Title of work: Subtitle

of work. Location:

Publisher.

Page 69: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Two Works

Example:

…rigorous procedure

(Reyes, 2016; Tan,

2015).

•Include both authors in the

reference list

•Arrange alphabetically

Author, A. A. (Year of

Publication). Title of work:

Subtitle of work. Location:

Publisher.

Author, B. B. (Year of

Publication). Title of work:

Subtitle of work. Location:

Publisher.

Page 70: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Journal Article,

Newspaper or Magazine

(Print)

Follow the previous in-

text citations examples

depending on the

number of authors

•General Guide:

Author, A. A. (Year of

Publication). Title of

article. Title of journal or

newspaper or magazine,

volume number (issue

number), pages.

Page 71: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Encyclopedia

Example:

…social science

(Encyclopedia Name,

2015).

•General Guide:

Author, A. A. (Year of

Publication). Title of

encyclopedia entry. In

Encyclopedia Name.

(Volume number, pages).

Location: Publisher.

Page 72: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Unpublished Dissertation

Follow the previous in-

text citations examples

•General Guide:

Author, A. A. (Year of

Publication). Title of

dissertation. (Unpublished

doctoral dissertation).

Name of Institution,

Location.

Page 73: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Conference Proceedings

Follow the previous in-

text citations examples

depending on the

number of authors

•General Guide:

Author, A. A., & Author, B.

B. (Eds.). (Year of

Publication). Proceedings

from Conference

Abbreviation: Name of

Conference. Location:

Publisher.

Page 74: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Online Journal

Follow the previous in-

text citations examples

depending on the

number of authors

•General Guide with DOI:

Author, A. A. (Year of

Publication). Title of

article. Title of journal,

volume number, page

range. doi: 00000 or

http://dx.doi.org/00000

Page 75: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Online Journal

Follow the previous in-

text citations examples

depending on the

number of authors

•General Guide without DOI:

Author, A. A. (Year of

Publication). Title of

article. Title of journal,

volume number. Retrieved

from URL

Page 76: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Electronic Book

Follow the previous in-

text citations examples

depending on the

number of authors

•General Guide without DOI:

Author, A. A. (Year of

Publication). Title of

e-book. Retrieved

from URL

Page 77: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

How to Do In-Text Citations and Reference List

In-text Citation Reference List

Online Periodical

Follow the previous in-

text citations examples

depending on the

number of authors

•General Guide without DOI:

Author, A. A. (Year of

Publication). Title of

article. Title of online

periodical, volume

number (issue number if

available). Retrieved from

URL

Page 78: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Creating Reference ListResearch Mates Activity 10:

ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1

Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand

Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Page 79: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Instruction:•Now, go back to your own research paper. Ask

advice from your teacher on the preferred citation style in writing your research paper. Then, review

your review of related literature and background of the study. Apply the proper citation. Be guided by the

guidelines presented above.

Page 80: Chapter 6 · Learning from Existing Literature Chapter 6: ASRes1: Research in Daily Life 1 Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand Mr. Migo M. Mendoza

Please Be Guided:•Use this template. Encode the interview guide and observation protocol for your study (Font: Times New Roman; Font Size: 12, Double Space) on

the box below and print it and submit it to your teacher. Also, send the word format of it for

critiquing purposes to [email protected] [email protected] on March 17, 2017.