Arrange selected information to form a proper reference for each of the following cases.
a.* The title of the article from the Wall Street Journal is “Tallying Up Viewers: Industry Group to Study How a Mobile Nation Uses Media.” It appeared on July 26, 2010, which was a Monday. It was on page B4. It was written by Suzanne Vranica, the Advertising and Marketing Columnist for the newspaper. The article is about the search for “new ways of measuring audiences” using Apple Inc.’s iPhone.
b. In order to be sure about a technical detail in a report about leasing and taxes, you have called an expert at the University of Washington. Professor Lawrence D. Schall confirms your suspicion that the laws are highly complex in this area and suggests that no simple approach to the problem will work in general.
c. You have been using a book called Quality Management: Tools and Methods for Improvement as background reading for a report suggesting manufacturing improvements. The appropriate chapter is 8, and the authors are Howard Gitlow, Alan Oppenheim, and Rosa Oppenheim. The book was published in 1995 by Richard D. Irwin, Inc., located in Burr Ridge, Illinois. The book is copyrighted and has ISBN number 0–256–10665–7. It is dedicated to “the never-ending improvement of the species.”
d. The information is that consumer confidence had fallen, reaching 52.9. It was released on June 29, 2010. You found it on the Internet on July 26, 2010, at a page provided by The Conference Board and titled “The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index® Drops Sharply.” The URL address is http://www.conference-board.org/data/ consumerconfidence.cfm.