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ENG 110 - Expository Writing

This guide provides resources to support the Expository Writing course and assignments.

Sample Works Cited

Works Cited

Coontz, Stephanie. “Not Much Sense in Those Census Numbers.” 
          Uncommon Threads: Reading and Writing about Contemporary
, edited by Robert D. Newman et al., Longman, 2003, pp. 146-48.

“Developments in the Law: The Law of Marriage and Family.” Harvard
          Law Review
, vol. 116, no. 7, 2003, pp. 1996-2122. JSTOR,

Hymowitz, Kay S. “The Incredible Shrinking Father.” City Journal,
          Spring 2007,

Marcotty, Josephine, and Chen May Yee. “New World of Fertility Medicine
          Is a Big-Money Marketplace.”, Local Media Group,
          30 Oct. 2007,

“Mother’s Eggs Could Mean Daughter Gives Birth to Sibling.” Herald
, Herald and Times Group, 3 July 2007,


Mundy, Liza. Everything Conceivable: How Assisted Reproduction Is
          Changing Men, Women, and the World
. Alfred A. Knopf, 2007.

Munro, Brenda, and Gordon Munro. “Family, Definition of.” International
          Encyclopedia of Marriage and Family
, edited by James J. Ponzetti, Jr.,
          2nd ed., vol. 2, Gale Group, 2003, pp. 549-55.

“Our History and Mission.” The Donor Sibling Registry,

Rozenberg, Joshua. “Natallie Breaks Down As Three-Court Battle Ends.”
          The Telegraph, Telegraph Media Group, 11 Apr. 2007,

Shanley, Mary Lyndon. “Collaboration and Commodification in Assisted
           Procreation: Reflections on an Open Market and Anonymous Donation.”
           Law and Society Review, vol. 36, no. 2, 2002, pp. 257-84. JSTOR,

United States, Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for
          Disease Control and Prevention. 2005 Assisted Reproductive Technology
          Success Rates: National Summary and Fertility Clinic Reports
. Oct. 2007,

Wente, Margaret. “In the Best Interests of the Child?” The Globe and Mail,
          6 Apr. 2009,

“Woman Gives Birth to Grandchild.”, 15 Oct. 2006,


**This Works Cited page was excerpted from a Sample Paper provided by the MLA Style Center.

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