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How to Cite the CIP Web Site

To cite a page from the CIP Web site, identify the URL of the page itself (not the frameset). Because the site uses frames, the URL displayed in your browser will be the URL of the frameset, not the pages displayed. To identify the URL for the specific page, open the frame in a new window (typically, right click on the desired frame and select "Open Frame in New Window").

We recommend the following generic citation format:
Author/editor. (Year). Title (edition), [Type of medium]. Producer (optional). Available Protocol (if applicable): Site/Path/File [Access date].
Examples
To cite the entire CIP Web site (accessed December 30, 2004):
Jacob, E. (1999-2004). Cultural Inquiry Process Web Site. [Online]. http://cehdclass.gmu.edu/cehdclass/cip/. [2004, December 30].
To cite this page (accessed December 30, 2004):
Jacob, E. (1999-2004). How to cite the CIP Web site, in Cultural Inquiry Process Web Site. [Online]. http://cehdclass.gmu.edu/cehdclass/cip/i/i-cite.htm. [2004, December 30].
To cite a CIP study (accessed December 30, 2004):
Seifried, S. (1999). The application of the cultural inquiry process to puzzlements in music education: A case study. In Cultural Inquiry Process Web Site. [Online]. http://cehdclass.gmu.edu/cehdclass/cip/g/gc/gc-c001.htm. [2004, December 30].

 


 
 
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