Posted 11 March 2012 - 10:16 PM
Remember that all major style guides will have their own specific rules for line spacing, including within a "words cited" page. It is easy to find the guidelines for APA, MLA, AP and other style guides by looking it up online or by purchasing the actual book in its entirely. This way, you will have the detailed information for each issue like this which may arise. For your question regarding double spacing in a works cited pages, The MLA (Modern Language Association) specifies that the title of a works cited page should be centered one inch from the top of the page, with a double space between the title and the first entry. After that, a double space is only required between each separate entry. However, the APA (American Psychological Association) requires that the entire thing be double spaced. Always check which style guide you should be using, as the differences can be significant.