The title should be centered about one-third of the way down the cover page.
Each word in the title should start with the first letter capitalized.
Each contains the essence that units all Buddists today: Life is full of suffering; that most of that suffering, including the fear of earth, can be traced to “desire”, the man’s habit of seeing everything through the prism of the self and its well-being; that this craving can be transcended, leading to peace and eventually to an exalted state of full enlightenment called Nirvana (Mc Dowell 71).
The following information should be included in your outline.
Exceptions are some short words (articles, prepositions, etc.).
Leave two or three lines and write your first and last name.
The reference is given in the text of the paper instead of using footnotes or endnotes.
This means that your place your source on parenthesis (brackets) immediately after the borrowed information in your text and before any line punctuation.
Quotations, summaries, statistics or anything not considered common knowledge is called borrowed information.
The easiest way of documenting your sources is to use in-text citations.