MLA Style Guide – Style Nine to Five

MLA Style Guide – Style Nine to Five

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About Style Nine
The Impact of Tourists in Devon been a decade since the theatrical release of Nine, the splashy movie-musical that featured a star-studded cast (Nicole Kidman, Marion Cotillard, Daniel Day-Lewis, Sopha Loren, Penelope Cruz, and Fergie). The film’s luscious fashion, designed by costumer Colleen Atwood for the film’s La Dolce Vita–inspired storyline, was as memorable as the sexy shenanigans.

This ninth edition of MLA updates many aspects of the text, offering more clarity and guidance for writers. A new chapter on inclusive language is a welcome addition, and the core elements for Works Cited have been adjusted to reduce confusion over how to format certain sources, such as video and audio recordings, and to include more kinds of digital media in the list.

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Despite the revisions to core elements, MLA 9 retains its overall approach to formatting research papers. General formatting guidance remains consistent with previous versions, and this edition expands on the use of tables, illustrations, and list formats. MLA 9 also offers more clarity and guidance on in-text citation, particularly when authors have more than one work with the same title, and provides expanded instructions for formatting parenthetical citations.

Christie Lohr is the founder of Style Nine to Five, a website that connects fashion industry employers and job seekers. She has over 20 years of experience in the fashion industry, including being a Retail Recruiter, Store Manager, Buyer, Fashion Writer, and a recognized ‘Fashion Expert’ on local TV platforms. She founded the site after noticing how difficult it was to find fashion jobs on general job boards. Style Nine to Five has been helping the ‘fashion’ community find work since 2010.

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