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GEN BUS 360: Workplace Writing and Communication (Spring 2022)

Scholarly Journal Article

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Scholarly Article with Two Authors; without DOI (digital object identifier)

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Researchers Deepa Mangala and Pooja Kumari (2015) reported their finding that with increased competition for market share and profits, “fraud has become a challenge to business organizations in today’s dynamic environment” (p. 52).

 

With increased competition for market share and profits, “fraud has become a challenge to business organizations in today’s dynamic environment” (Mangala & Kumari, 2015, p. 52).

 

References Page Entry

Mangala, D., & Kumari, P. (2015). Corporate fraud prevention and detection: Revisiting the literature. Journal of Commerce and Accounting Research, 4(1), 52-62.

 

Scholarly Article with Three (or more) Authors; with DOI (digital object identifier)

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Bjork et al. (2012) explained that creating effective interactions between parents and healthcare professionals in the pediatric oncology setting requires “talking via the child” (p. 29).

 

Creating effective interactions between parents and healthcare professionals in the pediatric oncology setting requires “talking via the child” (Bjork et al., 2012, p. 29).

 

References Page Entry

Bjork, M., Graneheim, U., Oster, I., & Ringner, A. (2012). Talking via the child: Discursively created interaction between parents and health care professionals in a pediatric oncology ward. Journal of Family Nursing, 19(1), 29-52. doi:10.1177/1074840712462136

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