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(Solved) A clothing company uses sweatshop labor to manufacture clothing


A clothing company uses sweatshop labor to manufacture clothing products that contribute to low pricing, which is a consumer want.

Many companies have engaged in sweatshop labor. Did the clothing company engage in unethical labor practices by utilizing sweatshop labor?

Research?sweatshop labor.

Write?a paper of no more than 750 words to present your position on sweatshop labor and provide justification. Include the following:

  • How consumer demands affect a company's business decision
  • How different ethical perspectives guide ethical decision making
  • How a company influences their ethical environment

Format?your paper consistent with APA guidelines. Required: USE THE APA TEMPLATE PAPER!

REQUIRED: Use a minimum of two credible scholarly sources to support your work. Cite the work of others. List the sources on a properly formatted APA style reference page (see APA template and sample paper).


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An APA running head is not

 

needed for undergraduate or

 

master?s courses per the

 

University Writing and Style

 

Guidelines. If you are a student

 

in a doctoral program, or

 

otherwise require a running

 

head in your paper, consult

 

the doctoral APA Sample

 

Paper in the CWE>Tutorials

 

and Guides>Doctoral Writing

 

Resources.

 


 

Pagination: Use the

 

header feature in

 

Microsoft? Word to set

 

the page number (see

 

Appendix A).

 


 

Writing Style and Mechanics

 

Student Name

 

Course/Number

 

Date

 

Instructor Name

 


 

The title: Use upper and lower case

 

letters, centered between the left and

 

right margins, and positioned on the

 

upper half of the page. Use black, 12point Times New Roman font

 

throughout. Arial and Courier font

 

types are acceptable.

 


 

All lines are double-spaced throughout

 

the entire document. Use black, 12-point

 

Times New Roman font throughout the

 

document. Arial and Courier font types

 

are acceptable.

 


 

This APA Sample Paper is intended for undergraduate and master?s level students.

 

The University of Phoenix APA sample papers represent the consensus of key academic officials within the University. This particular

 

sample reflects expectations outlined in the University of Phoenix Writing and Style Guidelines for undergraduate and master?s courses,

 

which correspond with the University?s preferred style guide for most programs: The Publication Manual of the American Psychological

 

Association, Sixth Edition. If your course materials direct you to follow MLA style, please see the MLA Sample Paper in the Center for

 

Writing Excellence (CWE)>Tutorials and Guides>MLA Information.

 

This sample paper is offered as a concise tool to help students with style, but it is not a definitive or binding representation of format for

 

all courses. The CWE provides many tools to help students write and format effective papers; however, the faculty member determines

 

the assignment grade in the course.

 


 

Abstract: Typically, an abstract is required only for

 

publication. If your assignment instructions indicate

 

a requirement to use an abstract, a sample can be

 

found in the CWE>Tutorials and Guides.

 


 

Center for Writing Excellence

 

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Writing Style and Mechanics

 

Indent the

 

first line of

 

each

 

paragraph

 

using the

 

tab key,

 

set at five

 

to seven

 

spaces or

 

one-half

 

inch.

 


 

Use the paper

 

title above your

 

introduction,

 

centered not

 

bolded.

 


 

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The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) began as a

 

Direct

 

quotations

 

require a

 

page

 

number or

 

paragraph

 

number.

 


 

journal article in 1929. The APA reported results from a meeting of scholars ?to establish a

 

simple set of procedures, or style rules, that would codify the many components of scientific

 

writing to increase the ease of reading comprehension? (APA, 2010, p. xiii). Today, the

 

Publication Manual is in its sixth edition and the APA style described in it is a widely

 


 

Use one

 

or two

 

spaces

 

after a

 

period at

 

the end of

 

a

 

sentence,

 

but be

 

consistent

 

with usage

 

throughout

 

the

 

document.

 


 

recognized standard for scholarly or professional writing in the social sciences. Although the

 

style guide is designed to prepare manuscripts for publication, many universities and health care

 

journals have adopted its use as a guide to achieve uniformity and consistency (Cuddy, 2002).

 

Writing in the style prescribed by the Publication Manual can be a daunting experience for

 

students. As with any new skill, ?practice makes perfect? (S. Proofreader, personal

 

communication, June 28, 2004). Points of APA style most often used by undergraduate and

 


 

Personal

 

communication

 

citation: No

 

need to include

 

on the reference

 

page.

 


 

graduate students are listed below. However, keep in mind that this sample paper is a guide and

 

should not be considered as a replacement for the Publication Manual.

 

Format Considerations

 


 

Level one heading:

 

Centered, bolded, upper

 

and lower case letters.

 

.

 


 

Some commonly used rules and formats from the sixth edition of the Publication Manual

 

are listed below. Please note, however, that some assignments may require unique formatting,

 

Level

 

two

 

heading:

 

Left

 

margin,

 

bolded,

 

upper

 

and lower

 

case

 

letters.

 


 

and you should consult your syllabus for clarification.

 

Correct Margins

 

Margins are one inch on all sides. This rule is broken only to avoid placing a lone

 

heading on the last line of the page or a single line of text on the top of the next page.

 


 

Margins should be

 

one inch on all

 

sides of the

 

document.

 


 

Writers

 

should

 

ensure that a

 

line is not tab

 

indented

 

when

 

centering a

 

heading so

 

as not to

 

appear off

 

center.

 


 

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Page Header

 

The page header contains the page number aligned with the right margin. The automatic

 

header function in Microsoft? Word should be used to place the page numbers consecutively in

 

the paper (see Appendix A). Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, and so on) are used to number each page,

 

beginning with 1 on the title page.

 

Document Headings

 

Paragraph headings should be used in long documents to organize the essay, to break it

 

up into readable portions, and to make it easy for readers to locate information. Using headings

 

in a short document before every paragraph can make the writing appear choppy, and the paper

 

may not flow smoothly from point to point. Use paragraph headings if your document is longer

 

than three or four pages or if the assignment instructions require paragraph headings.

 

Reference Page

 

Hanging indentation is used for the reference page. The proper format can be set in

 

Microsoft? Word (see Appendix B). Creating the hanging indentation by using the tab key or

 

space bar will not protect the formatting if changes are made to the reference page at a later time.

 

The reference page is alphabetized by author or by title of the work when no author is listed, and

 

each entry contains the date of publication in parentheses directly after the author?s name. The

 

title, the place of publication, and the name of the publisher follow the date of publication for a

 

book entry. The proliferation of electronic materials has prompted APA to create formats

 

designed specifically for Internet and web-based written material. Visit the APA website at

 

http://www.apastyle.org for additional information about formatting electronic references. You

 

will also find frequently asked questions and helpful free tutorials about using APA style.

 

The place of publication in a reference should include city and state using two letter postal abbreviation for the state. If the

 

location is outside of the U.S., use the city and country. Examples: New York, NY. London, England.

 


 

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Only references that have been cited in the paper are listed on the reference page.

 

Personal communications are cited in the text but do not appear on the reference page because

 

the reader cannot retrieve them. Additional reference examples are available in the Reference

 

and Citation Examples tutorial in the Center for Writing Excellence (CWE) at Tutorials and

 

Guides.

 

In-Text Citations

 

Level

 

three

 

heading:

 

Indented,

 

bolded,

 

capitalize

 

only the

 

first

 

word,

 

period at

 

the end,

 

continue

 

text

 

same

 

line.

 


 

Direct quotations. Direct quotations must mirror the original source word for word, even

 

if errors are contained in the original text. To alert the reader that errors are part of the original

 

material, the word [sic], enclosed in brackets and italicized, must follow the erroneous material.

 

The source of the quotation must be cited. The format of direct quotations may vary with the

 

placement of the quoted material in the sentence. The following is an example of how you may

 

use a direct quotation from a website with an author: ?Diversity is emerging as one of the most

 

serious issues in the workplace today, yet most employers are not prepared to deal with it?

 

(Copeland, 2003, Erroneous Assumptions, para. 1). The author?s last name, the year of

 

publication, the website title or section title, and the paragraph number, when no page number is

 

available, are included in the citation.

 

The following is an example of how one may use a direct quotation from a book with one

 


 

Citation

 

with a

 

page

 

number:

 

One space

 

between

 

the p. and

 

the

 

number.

 


 

Level

 

three

 

heading

 

usually

 

only

 

necessary

 

in longer

 

papers,

 

most

 

commonly

 

in master?s

 

and

 

doctoral

 

papers.

 


 

author: Venes (2001) stated, ?The types of influenza doctors must prepare for fall into three

 

categories? (p. 106). If the author?s name is stated prior to the quotation, include the date of

 

publication (in parentheses) after the author?s name, and follow the quotation with the page or

 

paragraph number. For a work with two authors, use both authors? last names for every citation.

 

If the source has three or more authors but fewer than six authors, list all authors in the first

 

citation, and use the first author?s last name and the words et al. (without italics) for the rest of

 


 

?Erroneous

 

Assumptions?

 

is the heading

 

of a section

 

within the

 

web-based

 

article,

 

?Managing a

 

Multicultural

 

Workforce.?

 

Using the

 

heading of a

 

section for an

 

online article

 

citation will

 

help your

 

reader quickly

 

locate the

 

content in the

 

original

 

source.

 


 

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the citations. If the source has more than six authors, you may use the first author?s last name and

 

the words et al. (without italics) for every citation (APA, 2010, p. 175). The following example

 

from the Publication Manual (2010, p. 42) shows a citation from a work with more than six

 

authors using the first author: (Good et al., 2001). Refer to the Reference and Citation Examples

 

tutorial in the CWE at Tutorials and Guides for more examples of in-text citations.

 

Quotations that contain fewer than 40 words are enclosed in double quotation marks

 

within the text. Use single quotation marks for quotations contained within a direct quotation.

 

Quotations of 40 words or more are indented in a block format without quotation marks. Use

 

double quotation marks to indicate a quotation within the block quotation. The block quotation is

 

started on a new line, and it is indented five to seven spaces or one-half inch. A sample block

 

quotation appears on page 7 of this document.

 

Paraphrased or summarized material. Paraphrasing or summarizing allows the writer

 

Write out

 

and with

 

authors?

 

names

 

mentioned

 

within the

 

text. Use

 

an

 

ampersand

 

(&) when

 

they are

 

written

 

within a

 

citation.

 


 

to present someone else?s ideas or intellectual property and to supply proper credit to the original

 

author or authors (Lawton, Cousineau, & Hillard, 2001). When an author is paraphrased or

 

summarized, the source must be cited in the text. If a source is mentioned more than once in a

 

paragraph, a citation must be included each time. Page or paragraph numbers are not required for

 

paraphrased material, but the Publication Manual recommends that writers include a page or

 

paragraph number to help the reader easily locate the information (APA, 2010, p. 171). If a

 

writer were to paraphrase information from an article located in an online database, the writer

 

would format the citation as follows: Daniels (2004) included Darden Restaurants on her list of

 

the 50 best companies for minorities. Here is an example where the author is not mentioned

 

within the text: A list of companies has been singled out as best for minority employees (Daniels,

 

2004). Both examples include the author?s last name and the date of publication. If the author?s

 


 

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name is not provided with the paraphrased text, it must be included in the citation. Refer to the

 

Reference and Citation Examples in the CWE at Tutorials and Guides for examples of citing

 

paraphrased material.

 

Deciding to summarize, to paraphrase, or to provide a direct quotation is an important

 

question one must consider when using sources in an academic paper. Summarizing and

 

paraphrasing both consist of sharing a source author?s ideas by phrasing them in one?s own

 

words. A writer should summarize or paraphrase source material when it is important to capture

 

the basic idea but when the author?s exact words are not essential to the paper. Conversely, a

 

writer should quote directly when the source verbiage is crucial and stating it any other way

 

would cause it to lose its meaning. Usually writers will quote authors who are experts in their

 

field and whose ideas support their own. However, excessive use of direct quotations should be

 

avoided. Writers are encouraged to paraphrase when doing so will not change the meaning or the

 

impact of a source (Ede, 2011).

 

Plagiarism. Plagiarism constitutes a serious academic concern. According to Lawton,

 

Cousineau, and Hillard (2001), ?Academic communities demand that writers credit others for

 

Electronic

 

source and

 

quotation:

 

If the

 

electronic

 

source does

 

not have

 

page

 

numbers,

 

use the

 

abbreviation

 

para. for the

 

paragraph

 

number.

 


 

their work and that the source of their material clearly be acknowledged? (para. 6). Internet

 

access has resulted in an increase in plagiarism. McCabe noted (as cited in Sterngold, 2004),

 

41% of students said they engaged in cut-and-paste plagiarism from online sources. The

 

sentences and phrases used in one?s paper must be original or cited and referenced accordingly.

 

Although it may be easier for a writer to use someone else?s words, doing so discredits the

 

writer. When in doubt, cite. See the Plagiarism Guide in the CWE at Tutorials and Guides for

 

more information about avoiding plagiarism and about properly citing intellectual property.

 


 

Headings should not appear at the end of a page. For the sake of readability, move the

 

heading to the top of the next page (see Other Format Issues on page 7). This ensures

 

that the intended content of the following body text is clear.

 


 

Secondary

 

Sources:

 

Also called an

 

indirect

 

source. List

 

only primary

 

source in

 

reference list,

 

and cite

 

secondary

 

source author

 

only within the

 

text.

 

Secondary

 

sources are

 

not ideal in

 

academic

 

writing and

 

should be

 

avoided.

 


 

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Other Format Issues

 

The preferred typeface for APA style is black, 12-point Times New Roman (APA, 2010).

 

However, Arial and Courier font types are acceptable. Avoid using any software settings that

 

reduce spacing between words or letters or that add spacing between paragraphs. Use doublespacing throughout the document. You may use one space or two spaces after sentence-ending

 

punctuation in the body of your essay, but use consistent spacing at the end of a sentence

 

throughout your essay.

 

Although the Publication Manual (2010) requires an abstract to precede the text, an

 

abstract is not used in most student papers. Some assignments may require an abstract if students

 

are submitting lengthy papers or project proposals. In those cases, the direction to submit an

 

abstract will be in the assignment guidelines. A sample abstract can be found in the CWE at

 

Tutorials and Guides.

 

Writing Mechanics

 

Correct grammar, punctuation, spelling, and sentence structure?in addition to

 

formatting?are essential components of scholarly writing. Strunk (1918/1999) emphasized the

 

importance of being succinct:

 

Block

 

quotation (40

 

or more

 

words):

 

Indent to the

 

tab margin

 

and do not

 

include

 

quotation

 

marks. The

 

in-text citation

 

occurs outside

 

of the

 

punctuation

 

that ends the

 

sentence.

 


 

Vigorous writing is concise. A sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a

 

paragraph no unnecessary sentences, for the same reason that a drawing should have no

 

unnecessary lines and a machine no unnecessary parts. This requires not that the writer

 

make all his sentences short, or that he avoid all detail and treat his subjects only in

 

outline, but that every word tell. (para. 1)

 


 

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Grammar

 

In addition to the provision of a standardized format for scientific writing, the Publication

 

Manual (2010) emphasizes the importance of proper grammar. Important basic grammar

 

principles are listed below. For further information, refer to Step-by-Step Grammar Review in

 

the CWE. The Step-by-Step Grammar Review provides individualized practice with grammar

 

and punctuation.

 

Subject and verb agreement. A singular noun requires a singular verb and a plural noun

 

requires a plural verb (APA, 2010). Words that intervene between the noun and the verb do not

 

change this basic rule.

 

Noun and pronoun agreement. When writers use a singular noun, they must also use a

 

singular pronoun. To avoid using awkward combined forms such as he/she or (s)he, writers may

 

reword the sentence and use a plural noun and a plural pronoun to eliminate the problem of

 

nouns and pronouns that do not agree. For example, the sentence ?A student applying for a job

 

must carefully proofread his/her application? may be reworded to read, ?Students applying for

 

jobs must carefully proofread their applications.? Use of plural forms also helps writers reduce

 

bias, avoid stereotypes, and refrain from using both singular and plural in the same sentence or

 

paragraph.

 

Passive voice. Passive voice obscures the actor in this sentence: ?The house was

 

painted,? because it omits who applied the paint. In contrast, the same sentence written in active

 

voice would be something such as this: ?Our company painted the house.? The passive voice,

 

which is a form of ?be? (is, was, were, will be, have been, etc.) and a participle (painted, etc.), is

 

useful when the actor's identity is not important to the sentence or context. Overuse of the

 

passive voice causes the document to read similarly to an instructional manual, dry and

 


 

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monotonous. According to Sigel (2009), it weakens the essay?s argument and prevents clear and

 

concise writing. Occasional use of the passive voice is acceptable, but documents written

 

primarily in the active voice are more enjoyable and more persuasive to read (Sigel, 2009).

 

Punctuation. Correct punctuation establishes the rhythm and readability of sentences.

 

Use only one space after commas, colons, and semicolons. Use one or two spaces after a period

 

at the end of a sentence (be consistent with use). When a hyphen or a dash is used, no space

 

appears before or after the hyphen or dash (APA, 2010). In academic writing, use a comma to

 

separate all words in a series of three or more, as in the following example: Tasks included

 

reading, writing, and analyzing the information in the text. Correct use of commas and

 

semicolons can be challenging for students. Writers should consider using a proofreading tool,

 

such as WritePoint?, to aid in checking proper comma use.

 

Capitalization. Capitalization is used to designate a proper noun or trade name as well as

 

major words in titles and in headings. Instances where capitalization is not used include laws,

 

theories, models, or hypotheses, such as ethical decision-making models and names of conditions

 

or groups in an experiment, such as experimental or control groups (APA, 2010). A common

 

error in capitalization is its use with the name of a job title or department. An example is human

 

resources, which is not capitalized, versus the specific title of ACME Human Resources

 

Department, which is capitalized.

 

Seriation (elements written in a series). Items contained in a list help to clarify the

 

point being made or help to clarify components of a subject. Bullets may be used for a list in

 

academic writing according to APA standards (2010). To show seriation of separate paragraphs,

 

however, number each paragraph with an Arabic numeral followed by a period that is not

 


 

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enclosed in or followed by parentheses. To show seriation within a paragraph or a sentence, use

 

lowercase letters in parentheses (see Appendix C).

 

Numbers. Spell out numbers one through nine that appear in the body text. Use Arabic

 

numerals to express numbers 10 and above. Exceptions to this rule are discussed in the Grammar

 

and Writing Guides in the Center for Writing at Tutorials and Guides. Once in the Grammar and

 

Writing Guides, go to Grammar Mechanics and select Number Usage for a list of the exceptions.

 

If you have the Publication Manual, sixth edition (2010), refer to pages 111-114 for detailed

 

information about number usage.

 

Third person versus first person. Person refers to the point of view or the source of the

 

writer?s opinions. Use third person (he, she, or they) in academic writing. When referring to

 

yourself, however, stating ?The writer instructed the patients? is ambiguous and may give the

 

impression that you did not participate. Instead, use a first person personal pronoun: ?I instructed

 

the patients.? For the most part, reference to self in first person should be limited to personal

 

reflection or opinion papers.

 

Conclusion

 


 

Always include a conclusion that summarizes

 

the main points of the paper.

 


 

By understanding mechanics and usage requirements and by referencing materials

 

appropriately with in-text citations and reference entries, you will clearly communicate the

 

content of your work. Use the information included in this paper to develop effective academic

 

papers. You are also encouraged to refer to the resources in the CWE and the style information

 

from www.apastyle.org for additional information about academic writing.

 


 

Reference Page: Use a separate page to list the

 

references and double-space the entire page. The word

 

References is upper and lower case, centered, not

 

bolded, at the top of the page.

 


 

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References

 

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological

 

Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.

 

Copeland, L. (2006). Managing a multicultural workforce. California Job Journal. Retrieved

 

An

 

online

 

journal

 

article.

 


 

from http://www.jobjournal.com

 

Cuddy, C. M. (2002). Demystifying APA style. Orthopaedic Nursing, 21(5), 35-42. Retrieved

 

from http://www.orthopaedicnursing.com

 

Daniels, C. (2004, June 28). 50 Best companies for minorities. Fortune, 149(13), 136146. Retrieved from http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune

 


 

A print

 

version

 

of a

 

book.

 


 

A book with

 

a corporate

 

author and

 

an edition

 

number.

 


 

Italicize the

 

titles of

 

books and

 

journals

 

(including

 

journal

 

volume

 

numbers).

 


 

Ede, L. (2001). The academic writer (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Bedford/St. Martin?s.

 

Lawton, K. A., Cousineau, L., & Hillard, V. E. (2001). Plagiarism: Its nature and consequences.

 

Retrieved from Duke University Guide to Library Research website:

 


 

A source

 

available on

 

a university

 

program or

 

department

 

website.

 


 

http://www.lib.duke.edu/libguide/plagarism.htm

 

Sigel, T. (2009). How passive voice weakens your scholarly argument. Journal of Management

 

Development, 28(5), 478-480. doi:10.1108/02621710910955994

 

Sterngold, A. (2004). Confronting plagiarism: How conventional teaching invites cybercheating. Change, 36(3), 16. Retrieved from http://www.changemag.org

 

An

 

electronic

 

version of a

 

republished

 

book.

 


 

Strunk, W., Jr. (1999). Elementary principles of composition: Omit needless words. In The

 

elements of style. Retrieved from http://www.bartelby.com/141/strunk5.html#13

 

(Original work published 1918)

 

Venes, D. (2001). Taber's cyclopedic medical dictionary (19th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: F.A.

 

Davis.

 


 

A source

 

with a

 

digital

 

object

 

identifier

 

(DOI).

 


 

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Appendix A: Header Feature in Microsoft? Word

 

Identify each page with the page number placed at the right margin. Do not use your

 

name to identify each page. Be sure the font type and size are the same in the header as that used

 

throughout the document. To create a correct header with an automatic page number in Word,

 

use the following guidelines.

 

Word 2007, 2010, and 2013

 

1. Click on the Insert tab.

 

2. Select the Header icon.

 

3. Choose the Blank header tab from the drop-down menu.

 

4. Tab to the right margin, and click the Page Number icon.

 

5. Place the cursor over Current Position. A drop-down menu should appear.

 

6. Select the Plain Number option. A number will appear at the right margin of your

 

document.

 

7. Choose Close Header and Footer (the red X at the far right on the menu). Your cursor

 

then appears at the beginning of the document, and automatic page numbers should be

 

visible as you type each new page.

 

Word 2003

 

1. Select the View menu on the toolbar.

 

2. Select Header and Footer.

 

3. Place the cursor in the Header box and select the right justification button on the toolbar

 

so that the cursor in the Header box moves to the right.

 


 

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4. Use the automatic function for inserting the page number as illustrated in this picture by

 

selecting the first button with the # symbol.

 


 

5. Select Close. The header is complete.

 


 

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Appendix B: Creating a Hanging Indent in Microsoft? Word

 

To create a hanging indent for your references page in Word, use the following guidelines.

 

Word 2007, 2010, and 2013

 

1. Select the text that requires a hanging indent or create a hanging indent at the top of the

 

references page before typing the text.

 

2. From the Home menu, click on the Paragraph command seen below. This will bring up

 

the Indents and Spacing tab.

 

3. Under Indentation in the Special box, click on Hanging and select OK.

 


 

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Word 2003

 

1. Select the text that requires a hanging indent or create a hanging indent at the top of the

 

references page before typing the text.

 

2. From the Format menu, select the Paragraph command.

 

3. In the Special list under Indentation, select Hanging and select OK...

 


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