Journal Article

  • Author's name(s). (Year). Title of article. Title of periodical, volume. Page numbers. doi: (if available)
  • When there is no author listed or the author is unknown, begin the entry with the work's title.
  • If there are more than six authors, list the first six and "et al" indicating there are additional authors.
  • For periodicals where each issue begins on page one, list the issue immediately after the volume number in parentheses.
  • First example uses cumulative pagination.

  • Second example is for an article with no doi, where each issue begins at page 1.

Example:

McAllister, C., & Nahasapeemapetilon, S. (1991). Robbed again: returning to work after being held up.Journal of Kwiki Management, 22(3), 17-29.

Magazine Article

  • Author's name(s). Date (Year, Month Day). Title of article. Title of periodical, (issue). Page numbers.
  • For periodicals where each issue begins on page one, list the issue immediately after the volume number in parentheses.
  • First example uses cumulative pagination.

  • Second example is for an article with no doi, where each issue at page 1.

Example:

Duff, E. (1993, May 4). Dealing with a surly brewer. Brewers Magazine, 32, 35-38.

Newspaper Article

  • Author's name(s). Date (Year, Month Day). Title of article. Title of newspaper, pages.

Example:

Ziff, A. (1990, February 18). Bigfoot still at large. National Informer, pp. A1, A3.

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