Email Message: Examples for Works Cited
Manual 6th ed, 2010
ma;y be private letters, memos, some electronic
communications (e.g. e-mail or messages from nonarchived
discussion groups or electronic bulletin boards), personal
interviews, telephone conversations, and the like. Because they do not provide
recoverable data, personal communications are not
included in the reference list. Cite personal communications in
text only. Give the initials as well as the surname or the
communicatorm, and provide as exact a date as possible." (p179, Sect.
K. Casper (personal communciation) October 26, 2001.
MLA 7th ed., 2009
Karl. "Re: Watered Down Curricula." Message to
Todd Brown. 26
Chicago/Turabian 7th ed.,
conversations, letters, e-mail messages, and the like only in
notes." p. 196 17.6.3
2. Virginia Baker, e-mail message to author, October 28, 2002.
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