Library Services Outage

Most library web services (including this site)  will be unavailable Wednesday, June 1st, between 5:45 am and 7:15 am due to planned maintenance on electrical feeders on the WSU Pullman Campus. We anticipate services will return on schedule.

Until services return, you may find materials at WorldCat Discovery.

 

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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