I am doing a case analysis on Pepsico's entry into India--aside from intro, summary, etc., part of the instructions was:
Appendices: All documents that need to be presented in whole should be included as an appendix and appropriate references to the appendices are to be included in the text of your paper.
I honestly have never written a paper with appendices (how do I include as an appendix and appropriate references to the appendices in the text)? Should I also include this in my references later or on a separate page?
Can someone give me a rough example/sample exactly according to the above instructions? Do documents refer to charts, graphs and what else are 'whole' documents?
Let's take a closer look at your two questions, and then some other basic formatting facts about Appendixes that should help.
1. I honestly have never written a paper with appendices--and have not a clue how to incorporate this-- (how do I include as an appendix and appropriate references to the appendices in the text)? Should I also include this in my references later or on a separate page?
a. No, you do not have to include any reference page for your appendixes. You only need to reference them in the text of the paper when you refer to the information in an appendix, your reference would be (Appendix A), including the brackets.
Example 1: The purpose of this project will be to produce a multimedia artifact designed to teach the concepts of light and motion to children aged 7-8 studying science at Key Stage 2 (Appendix A).
b. Or, you could also refer to the Appendix as part of the sentence (it would not be bracketed):
Example 2: The questionnaire is included in Appendix A.
2. Can someone give me a rough ...
By discussion and examples, this solution provides assistance in how to include Appendices, including a sample Appendix in APA format.