The normal rules for quotation marks follow in AP format. He has previously written for The Spiritual Herald, an urban health care and religious issues newspaper based in New York City, and online music magazine e Burban.
If a period or comma comes after the title, it is placed inside the quotation marks. Zamboni has a Bachelor of Arts in religious studies from Wesleyan University.
When a title is written anywhere in the text of a paper, it should always be written the same way.
It does not matter if the title appears on the Works Cited page or within parenthetical citations, it should consistently appear the same way every time.
MLA style is typically used for writing in the humanities and liberal arts, while the social sciences use the American Psychological Association or APA style.
Correctly following the MLA rules for titles is important so that readers can easily locate sources used in the paper.When the title of an article or an essay appears over the article, its position is sufficient to identify it as the title. Technically, the titles of movies and television shows should be italicized, because individual scenes and episodes may have their own titles, which would be enclosed in quotation marks.The influence of newspaper reviewers, however, has undermined this principle, so you are likely to find the titles of movies and television shows enclosed in quotation marks.Minor words within the title, such as conjunctions, articles or prepositions, should not be capitalized, unless they are the first word of the title.For example, as in the way the title of the novel "A Farewell to Arms," by Ernest Hemingway is written where “to” is not capitalized.Even if the title does not begin a sentence, the first word should still be capitalized.Any punctuation within the title of the source should also be included, such as apostrophes, commas, colons before subtitles, question marks or exclamation points.Follow correct MLA formatting for the entire citation when recording the source on the Works Cited Page. This means spacing and font as well as capitalization and punctuation.For example, if the title of the book is "The Allyn and Bacon Guide to Peer Tutoring," a book by two authors, the entry would look like this: Gillespie, Paula, and Neal Lerner. When typing the title of your source within the text of your paper, do not change the font of the title, but only italicize the title.Titles are never underlined, no matter where the title comes from.Titles have either quotation marks for shorter works or italics for longer works, but never both.