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Michael
Frizell
, Director

the Writing Center


Brittany Grogan, Absent

Professor Prefect


CSE

Manual of Style, 7
th

Edition

The skinny…


Cost: $50 to $60


Weighs 4.2 lbs


658 pages


Amazon.com Reviews:




the 7th edition is so poor as to render it
completely useless as a reference.
.”


Freeman



[As]
a science proofreader and
typesetter…I wonder if the rest of the book
has similar mistakes [to the ones I already
found]and [if] the information is reliable. . .
it should be used warily
.”
--


Javier Bezos
Lopez

Final
Manuscripts

GOAL:

Disclaimer


The basic components of an original
research article are introduction, methods,
results, and discussion. CSE does not
specify a format for the body of a college
paper, so ask your instructor for clarification.

Text page format of essays


Fonts


12
-
point or 10
-
point font. The typeface is generally roman. A
serif

font is commonly used in
publication (
eg
, times roman), though sans serif like Helvetica is also accepted.


Indents
(Varies by journal
)


One
-
half inch


Spacing
(
Varies by journal
)


Double space throughout unless instructed otherwise, such as:


Single space within the abstract, notes, titles and headings, block quotes, tables and
figures, and references (everything but the main text), double space before and after each
single spaced block.


Block paragraph spacing is recommended for final manuscripts.


Page numbers



Every page of a research paper is numbered consecutively starting with the title page. Do
not change numbering systems through the text, even with lengthy data sets or
appendixes.


Italics


Used for journal names and Latin

Cover page


Article Title


Byline


Author Affiliation and Site of Research


Abstract


Bibliographic Reference


Keywords


Financial and Other Support


Text on the Cover Page


Footline

Style of Essay Titles, Headings and
Subheadings Format

Title and Major
Section

Flush Left and Bold

Title Case Applies


Second Level Heading

Flush Left

Title Case


T
HIRD

L
EVEL

H
EADING

Italics

Small Caps


Third
Level Heading

Italics

Title Case


NOTE: The third level heading is a
run
-
in
or
paragraph
heading

In
-
Text Citations:



Similar to APA, in text references consist of the
last name of the author or authors and the year of
publication (Grogan 2012). However, a comma is
not used.


Works by the same author published in different
years can be separated by a comma (Grogan
2010, 2012).


If different works are published by the same
author in the same year, add an alphabetical
designator (Grogan 2012a, 2012b).

In
-
Text Citations:


Separate
two authors by the word “and” (Grogan
and McCarty, 2009
).


If there are more than three authors, in the text
list only the first author’s name, followed by et al.
(Grogan et al. 2010).



When several sources are used to make the
same point, separate them with a semicolon
(Dawson and Briggs 1974; Dawson and Jones
1974; Brown 1980).

Direct Quotes in the Paper

Direct quotes (in “” marks) must be cited with the
appropriate reference


EXAMPLE:


The repor
t (Jones 1988
)
further cited "lingering
confusion about the
vaccination program's aims.”


NOTE
:


Cite as close to material as
possible, not necessarily at the
end of the sentence.


EXAMPLE:


He points out that although
these works are at risk for
"traumatic injuries, noise
-
induced hearing loss, needle
sticks, hydrogen sulfide and
carbon monoxide poisonings,
and infectious diseases,”
(Smith, 1990) respiratory
illness is the most recognized
occupational risk.

Reference List Basics


Present numbered
references in
alphabetical order on a
separate page at the
end of the manuscript.



“References,” “Cited
References,” “Literature
Cited” or “Bibliography”


Works with no more than ten
(10) authors: include all authors'
surnames and first and middle
name initials separated by
commas. Do not use periods for
initials (Garcia EF 2011).


Works with ten (10) or more
authors: list only the first ten (10)
names followed by "et al" or
“and others”


Some journals only require 3
-
6
authors

Remember: Some Journals
Vary in their requirements!

References: BOOKS


Author(s).

Date. Title. Edition. Place of publication: publisher.
Extent. Notes.

Author’s last name and
initials

Book title only the first word capitalized

City (State)

Punctuation
in cite is
specific

Extent. Notes is for listing specific chapters or page numbers

Examples: BOOKS


Schott J, Priest J. 2002. Leading antenatal classes: a practical guide. 2nd Ed.
Boston (MA): Books for Midwives.








Ferrozzi

F,
Garlaschi

G,
Bova

D. 2000. CT of metastases. New York (NY):
Springer.

References: PRINT JOURNALS


Author(s). Date. Article title. Journal Title
.
Volume(issue):page
numbers.

No
spaces between the year, volume
, issues and pages

Only
the first word Journal Name is
capitalized

Use
the CSE accepted Journal Abbreviations

for the journal’s title


Examples: PRINT JOURNALS


Smart N, Fang ZY, Marwick TH.
2003. A
practical guide to exercise training for heart failure
patients.
J Card Fail. 9(1
):49
-
58.

Euvrard

S,
Kanitakis

J,
Claudy

A. 2002.
Tumeurs

cutanees

chez les
greffes

d’organe

[Cutaneous
tumors in organ transplant recipients].
Mresse

Med. 31(40):1895
-
1903. French.

A
practical guide to exercise training for heart failure patients. 2003;9(1):
49
-
58
.

References: Conference
Papers


Editors(s). Date. Title. Number and name of conference; date of
conference; place of conference. Place of publication: publisher.
Extent. Notes.


Author’s last name and
initials, followed by

editors.

Book title only the first word capitalized

Conference Title in Title Case

Punctuation
in cite is
specific

Extent. Notes is for listing specific chapters or page numbers

Examples: Conference
Papers


Antonioli

GE, editor.
1997. Pacemaker
leads 1997. Proceedings of the 3rd
International Symposium on Pacemaker Leads; 1997 Sep 11
-
13; Ferrara, Italy.
Bologna (Italy):
Monducci

Editore
.






Callaos

N,
Margenstern

M, Zhang J, Castillo O,
Doberkat

EE, editors.
2003. SCI
2003. Proceedings of the 7th World
Multiconference

on
Systemics
, Cybernetics and
Informatics;
Orlando
, FL. Orlando (FL): International Institute of Informatics and
Systematics
.

References: ONLINE SOURCES


Same
as other sources (in a sense)

Always include
the web
address (URL)

No
underlines! Remove the
hyperlink

Place [Internet] after the homepage title

Include as much info as possible

Make sure your source is credible

Use the words Available
from:
before the http
://...


Title of Homepage [Internet].
Date of Publication. Edition
. Place of
publication: publisher;
[
date updated; date cited]. Available from:
website

Example: ONLINE SOURCES

APS
net
: plant pathology online [Internet]. c1994
-
2005. St. Paul (MN): American
Phytopathological

Association; [cited 2005 Jun 20]. Available from: http://www.aspnet.org/


IMGT/HLA Sequence Database [Internet]. 2003
-

.Release 2.9.0. Cambridge (England):
European Bioinformatics Institute. [updated 2005 Jun 1; cited 2005 Jun 22]. Available from:
http://www.ebi.ac.uk.imgt/hla/.

Savage E, Ramsay M, White J,
B
eard S, Lawson H,
Hunjan

R, Brown D. 2005. Mumps outbreak
across England and Wales in 2004: observational study. BMJ [Internet]. [cited 2005 May 31];
330(7500):1119
-
1120. Available from: http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/reprint/330/7500/1119
doi
:
10.1136/bmj.330.7500.1119

Sample Reference List

References

Antonioli

GE, editor.
1997. Pacemaker
leads 1997. Proceedings of the 3rd
International Symposium on Pacemaker Leads; 1997 Sep 11
-
13; Ferrara,
Italy. Bologna (Italy):
Monducci

Editore
.


APS
net
: plant
pathology online [Internet
].
c
1994
-
2005. St
. Paul (MN):
American
Phytopathological

Association;
[
cited 2005 Jun 20]. Available
from: http://www.aspnet.org
/

The DOI: Digital Object Identifier


The DOI is like a social security number for a source. It is meant to
help readers find the exact source you are referencing.


Like ISBN for books


Can go in the
Exten
. Notes.


All DOI numbers begin with a
10

and contain a prefix and a suffix
separated by a slash.


Not all sources have DOIs.


If the source has a DOI, cite it after the rest of the citation is finished:

Savage E, Ramsay M, White J, Beard S, Lawson H,
Hunjan

R, Brown D.
Mumps outbreak across England and Wales in 2004: observational study. BMJ
[Internet]. 2005 [cited 2005 May 31]; 330(7500):1119
-
1120. Available from:
http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/reprint/330/7500/1119
doi
:
10.1136/bmj.330.7500.1119

Helpful Websites and
Sources

Used to Create this Presentation:


Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual for Authors, Editors and Publishers 7
th

Edition


http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/electric/quickguides/docs/CSEhome.html


Very helpful for references


http://irsc.libguides.com/content.php?pid=167231&sid=1422503


General style


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