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My daughter is doing a project for school on pitbulls. She has used some information on Bulldogbreeds.com, but the teacher wants an author for this site. We cannot find one. Could you tell me who the author of the Bulldogbreeds.com site is. Thank you for any help.
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The members are the authors so she is quoting website or blog..This should help:
http://www.herkimer.edu/hccclibrary/citeelectronicsource.htm

WEB SITES

SINGLE WEB PAGE: Give as much information as you can find. To cite the entire Web site, begin with the Title of the Web Site.


Author’s name. “Title of the Web page.” Information about any published printed version. Title of the Web Site. Editor of Web site. The date the page was published or last updated on the Internet. Name of any sponsoring organization, if not cited earlier. The date you found this Web page <The complete Internet address>.


Johnson, Edward. “Britian Shelves Plans for E.U. Referendum.” The Washington Post 7 June 2005: A19. Washingtonpost.com. 2005. The Washington Post Company. 12 July 2005 <http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/ content/article/ 2005/06/06/AR2005060600303.html>.


“Oil Prices Rise Ahead of Summer.” BBC News World Edition. 6 June 2005. British Broadcasting Corporation. 12 July 2005 <http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/4612545.stm>.

PERSONAL WEB SITE OR BLOG:
Give as much information as you can find. If there is no title, use the descriptor “Home page” or “Blog”.


Author’s name. Title of Web Site or Blog. Date of last update. Date you found the site <complete Internet address>.

Chianca, Peter. The At Large Blog. 30 Mar. 2005. 8 June 2005 <http://chianca-at-large.blogspot.com/>.

Lancashire, Ian. Home page. 28 Apr. 2002. 15 May 2005 <http://www.chass.utoronto.ca:8080>/~ian>. 6/05 Lp
 
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