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APA Style—Part III. References page citations. General Guidelines. Broadly speaking, entries follow this order: Author’s name Date Title Publication information (volume, city of publication, etc.)

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apa style part iii

APA Style—Part III

References page citations

general guidelines
General Guidelines
  • Broadly speaking, entries follow this order:
    • Author’s name
    • Date
    • Title
    • Publication information (volume, city of publication, etc.)
  • Each form is slightly different. There are forms for books, journal and magazine articles, newspaper articles, web sites, video recordings, and other types of entries.
  • Look up the right format for each source.
  • Do not trust an automated online citation service or citation-generating software to format your entries correctly. The responsibility is yours.

Franke, D. (2008). Modernist heresies: British

literary history, 1883-1924. Columbus: Ohio State


journal articles
Journal Articles

Piper, A. (2006). Rethinking the print object:

Goethe and the book of everything. European

Romaticism,121(1): 124-138.

newspaper articles
Newspaper Articles

Jeromack, P. (2002, 13 July). This once, a David of the

art world does Goliath a favor. New York Times, p.


web sources
Web Sources

For each web source, cite as much of the following as possible:

  • Author (compiler, editor, etc.)
  • Date of publication
  • Title of the work (the page)
  • Publication Information:
    • Title of the overall Web site (in italics).
    • Retrieval date (“Retrieved ____”)
    • http address (“from ____”)
web source with an author
Web Source—With An Author

Bush, D. (2012, August 7). Reid puts GOP in a bind

over Romney’s taxes. CNN.com. Retrieved April 1,

2013 from http://www.cnn.com/2012/08/07/politics/


(Click to see online source.)

citing other sources
Citing Other Sources
  • Consult your first-year composition guide, the Kimbel Library citation guide, an APA handbook, or the Purdue OWL website for models.
  • Never trust an automated or online citation service. Look up the correct model in a reliable source.

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