Source Evolution: “A word in your ear… why the rise of audiobooks is a story worth celebrating”
Introduction. In the article” A word in your ear… why the rise of audiobooks is a story worth celebrating” the author Alex Preston emphasized the increasing trend of listening to audiobooks. According to the author, listening to audiobooks was not his priority even until 2020, but now it has occupied a prominent place on the […]
Evolution of the Source Cited in a Persuasive Essay
Summary of the source The article, I have chosen for my essay, investigates the impact of oil price shocks on the stock returns of oil companies. It explores the top five oil-importing economies from 2007–2019. A bunch of empirical evidence has been found from the returns of the oil sector stock index. These pieces of […]
The style adopted in this document is close to the Harvard bibliography style.
Abstract The style adopted in this document is close to the Harvard bibliography style. The differences are essentially in the in-text citation/referencing. The bibliography-Harvard style requires “et al.” to be used when there are more than three authors. The style used in this document adheres to the APA requirement, which requires “et al.” to be […]
Academic Source: Powers, Shawn, and Mohammed El-Nawawy.
Academic Source: Powers, Shawn, and Mohammed El-Nawawy. “Al-Jazeera English and Global News Networks: Clash of Civilizations or Cross-Cultural Dialogue?” Media, War & Conflict, vol. 2, no. 3, 2009, pp. 263-284. Summary Satellite television was dramatically introduced to the Arab world during the first Gulf War in 1991 and has changed the structure of the global […]