The Scott Internet Writing Style Publication Manual for Internet Research and Internet Publication 1st Edition

Beverly Hills, California 2009

Copyright 2009 by TMSC Consulting Services, LLC. All rights reserved.

The Scott Internet Writing Style, The Scott Writing Style, The Scott Style of Writing, The Scott Crisis Reporting Style of Writing, and The Scott Internet Crisis Reporting Writing Style are trademarks owned by The International Library of Paranormal Psychology and TMSC Consulting Services, LLC.

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The International Library of Paranormal Psychology by TMSC Consulting Services, LLC

P.O. Box 2849

Beverly Hills, California 90213

The Scott Writing Style Internet Publication Manual

Editor Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., ABD

Content

  1. Publication Integrity: Credits, Sources, References, & Citations
  2. General Mechanics of The Scott Writing Style

Introduction

The inception of The Scott Writing Style is simple. and use Internet writing, The Scott Writing Style is patterned after these resources. This Internet based writing style has the purpose of including informative articles with real researched, valid, and reliable information that gives credit to the original author.

 

Publication Integrity: Credits, Sources, References, & Citations

  • Within the Article Citations
  • For Any Type of Citation: (Author’s last name, Year of Publication) at the end of the sentence before the period. For multiple authors: If more than three, First Author and “et al”.
    • For example:  Crisis reporting is a part of independent and free press (Scott, 2009).
  • If the URL has no Author: (Article’s Name or URL’s Name, Year of Publication) at the end of the sentence before the period.
    • For example: Canonization is an Ancient Custom, science and faith work together to examine miracles (Is The Late Pope John Paul II A Beati: The Tradition of Veneration/Canonization, 2009).
  • At the Beginning of a sentence: Author’s Name (Year of Publication),-For multiple authors: If more than three, First Author and “et al”.
    • For example: According to Tres Scott (2009), use identity theft…
  • At the Beginning of a sentence, if the URL has no Author: Article’s Name or URL’s Name (Year of Publication),
    • For example: Wikipedia (2009) states that…
  • In Alphabetical Order At the End of Your Work:
  • At the End of Your Work, If An Book: Last Name, First & Middle Initials,…other author names for multiple authors (Year of  Publication). Name of Book, Publisher, Place Published, page number(s).
  • At the End of Your Work, If An Article: Last Name, First & Middle Initials,…other author names for multiple authors (Year of Publication). Name of Article. Name of Journal/Magazine/Newspaper. Issue Number(s), page number(s).
  • At the End of Your Work, URL-Internet credit, source, reference, or citation If the Author’s Name is Listed: Last Name, First & Middle Initials (Year of Internet Publication). URL-Page Number or Search Word(s). If the URL does not show the publishing Website’s or Weblog’s name, Website or Weblog’s Name. The URL includes the Protocol, host name, path to document, and file name of specific document. The URL is used to map digital information of the Internet.
  • At the End of Your Work, URL-Internet credit, source, reference, or citation If the Author’s Name is not available: URL-Page Number or Search Word(s) (Year of Internet Publication). If URL does not show the publishing Website’s or Weblog’s name, Website or Weblog’s Name. The URL includes the Protocol, host name, path to document, and file name of specific document. The URL is used to map digital information of the Internet.
  • At the End of Your Work, Pamphlet: Last Name, First & Middle Initials,…other author names for multiple authors (Year of  Publication). Name of Pamphlet, Publisher, Place Published, page number(s).
  • At the End of Your Work, Report:  Last Name, First & Middle Initials, …other author names for multiple authors (Year of  Publication). Name of Report, Publisher, Place Published, page number(s).

 

General Mechanics of The Scott Writing Style

  • Most common spelling of the Language used
  • Most common punctuation of the Language used
  • Most common Grammar of the Language used
  • Numbers: 1-9 words, 10 and above numbers

As of January of 2011, companies have started adapting The Scott Internet Writing Style.

 

The Big three writing styles

Sixth Edition (2010)

for Writers of Research Papers Seventh Edition (2009)

The Essential Guide for Writers, Editors, and Publishers (2003)

Other Writing Styles and Publication resources

(2007) (AMA) (Handcover)

(2009)

(2009)

, William A. Sabin (2004) (McGraw-Hill)

(1999), Allan M. Siegel and William G. Connolly

(1992)

Webster’s Standard American Style Manual (1985)

(2000)

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2 thoughts on “The Scott Internet Writing Style Publication Manual for Internet Research and Internet Publication 1st Edition

    • Hubert Keller,
      thank you the comment, I hope you and your company enjoy internet writing with the Scott Internet Writing Style.
      The Writings of African-Americans

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