A. Basic BookB. Two - 10 AuthorsC. More than Ten AuthorsD. Corporate AuthorE. No AuthorF. Edited BookG. Chapter in an Edited BookH. Encyclopedia ArticleI. Multi-Volume WorkJ. E-Book
A. Basic Journal ArticleB. Two - Ten AuthorsC. More than 10 authorsD. Online Article with DOIE. Online Article without a DOIF. Magazine ArticleG. Newspaper ArticleG. Newspaper Article, No Author
A. Basic Web PageB. Personal AuthorC. Corporate Author
A. Online Video Clip
A. Conference ProceedingsB. Conference PaperC. Technical ReportD. Map
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About Citing Articles

When citing articles, take note of the author, article title, periodical title, volume and issue numbers, the date, and page numbers. 

Note that the citation format is slightly different if the article is in print or online, and if an electronic article has a DOI, or Digital Object Identifier.

For each type of source in this guide, both the general form and a specific example will be provided.

The following format will be used:

In-Text Citation- entry that appears in the body of your paper.

Reference List- entry that appears at the end of your paper.

 

F. Magazine Article

The general format and example below refers to a magazine article.
 
General Format
In-Text Citation:
(Author date)
 
Reference List:
Author AA. Year Mmm dd. Article title. Magazine title. Issue: Page Numbers.
Example
In-Text Citation:
(Taylor 2008)
 
Reference List:
Taylor PS. 2008 July 21. The drink for the rich and uneducated. Maclean's. 121:29.
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