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In-text: (Jenkins and Johnson 33)
Your Bibliography: Jenkins, A. Milton, and Randall D. Johnson. "What The Information Analyst Should Know About Body Language." MIS Quarterly 1.3 (1977): 33. Web.
In-text: (McKee 289-291, p.69)
Your Bibliography: McKee, Robert. Story: Substance, Structure, Style, And The Principles Of Screenwriting. 1st ed. New York: ReganBooks, 1999. Print.
In-text: (Molinsky and Jang)
Your Bibliography: Molinsky, Andy, and Sujin Jang. "To Connect Across Cultures, Find Out What You Have In Common." Harvard Business Review. N.p., 2016. Web. 8 Jan. 2020.
In-text: (Sharps and Herrera 105-108)
Your Bibliography: Sharps, Matthew J., and Megan R. Herrera. "The Eyes Really Do Have It: Attribution Of Character In The Eyes Of Killers." Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 34.2 (2018): 105-108. Web.
In-text: (Stack and Bowman 352)
Your Bibliography: Stack, Steven, and Barbara Bowman. "Cultural Scripts: Analysis Of Suicide Location In Film, 1900–2013." Sociological Focus 50.4 (2017): 352. Web.
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