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Introduction & Citation Maker for a Website
|The statistics below
are arranged alphabetically by category, except for the first group,
which covers a wide variety of subjects.
Use MLA citation maker for an Internet website from Oregon Public Education Network
Statistics Covering a Wide Variety of Subjects
|Washington Trends Economic, population, and demographic trends for all the states
California births, deaths, population, and communicable disease statistics --California Dept. of Public Health & Dept. of Health Care Services
What were the trends in type of employment from 1919 to 2002? Compare agriculture, construction, services, working for the government and more. www.census.gov
How many hours were in an average work week in the years since 1947? What were they for different types of employment? You'll find these facts at www.census.gov
Average wages for different types of employment since 1940 (66 cents and hour for mining in 1940) www.census.gov
Labor statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor
Historical Census Browser from University of Virginia **Collect all sorts of information from different years.
Arrests in California --California Office of the Attorney General
Felony & misdemeanor arrests for juveniles & adults --Calif. Office of the Attorney General
City-Data-- Statistics organized by different cities; includes data for home sales, crime, and other statistics about cities in the U.S.
Stock Market, Financial, and Economic Statistics
Teen and Children Statistics
|Kids Count -- a list of statistics about kids according to different factors, such as grandparents raising their grandchildren, education levels, income levels, children with disabilities, and more. You choose whether to compare by states, different counties, different cities, etc.
Teen Pregnancy Rates (Birth rates for teen parents) -- Child Trends Data Bank. See also page regarding the data trends.
High School Drop-out Rates (Click on "Tables" for data) --Child Trends Data Bank. For more infomation, see page with explanations.
MLA Works Cited
|MLA Works Cited example
How to cite an Internet site:
Author's name--Last name, First name, middle initial. "Title of the web page." Title of the web site or home page. Publisher or sponsor of the site, Date of publication or last revision. Web. Date of access.
A few hints:
What is the difference between "Title of web page." and Title of the web site or home page. ? "Title of the web page." is the name of the page you are on. For instance, this is the "Library: Math" page. It is part of the Chico High School web site (which is also the page you would see if you clicked on the home page.)
Sometimes, the web site and the publisher (or sponsor) are the same. In this case, Chico High School is the web site and the sponsor.
If no author is listed, leave it blank. For no publication date, put n.d. For no publisher or sponsor, N.p.
Dates are written in this form: day month year. example: 22 Feb. 2010.
Here's a citation for this library math page:
"Library: Math." Chico High School. Chico High School, n.d. Web. 18 Feb. 2011.
(I guess I should add my name to the web page so there would be an author!)