15/09/16 How to Cite (Part II)

how to cite part 2

Citations for Print Journal Articles
Structure:
Author Last name, F.I. (Year Published). Title of article. Title of Periodical, Volume (Issue),
Example:
Gleditsch, N. P., Pinker, S., Thayer, B. A., Levy, J. S., Thompson, W. R. (2013). The forum: The decline of war. International Studies Review 15(3),

Citations for Print Newspaper Articles
Structure:
Author, F.I. (Year, Month Date Published). Title of article. Title of Newspaper,page
Example:
Frost, L. (2006, September 14). First passengers ride monster jet. The Salt Lake Tribune, A2.

Citations for Journal Articles Found on a Database or on a Website
If your source is found online, but there is no DOI provided, you can include the URL instead.
A DOI (digital object identifier) is basically a number that links a source to its location on the Internet. This number isn’t always provided, but if it is, you should include it in your citation rather than including a URL.

Structure:
Author Last name, F.I. (Year Published). Title of article. Title of Periodical, Volume (Issue),
Example:
Sahin, N. T., Pinker, S., Cash, S. S., Schomer, D., Halgren, E. (2009). Sequential processing of lexical, grammatical, and phonological information within Broca’s area. Science326(5951),Citations for Newspaper Articles Found on a Database or a Website
You may be wondering what to do if you find your newspaper article on a database. Notes: This information is NOT required for the citation.

  • URL: If the URL runs onto a second line, do NOT break it up (except for punctuations)
  • Page numbers: If article is only one page long, use ‘p.’ For any article longer than one page, use ‘pp.’how to cite