When an organization is the author and the publisher of a work, the handbook advises writers to begin the works-cited-list entry with the title of the source. Is it OK to use the organization’s name in a signal phrase or in the in-text citation even though the name does not begin the works-cited-list entry?
No. The text should always key to the list of works cited. You can provide the key in the parenthetical citation or in your text. Read More