Published 6 September 2019
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I’m citing an online article that lacks page numbers. The database containing it provides the page range for the original print version. Do I include the page numbers in my entry?Yes. Databases house digital copies of works and supply the publication information for the version of those works that have been digitized, usually in PDF or HTML. . . .
Published 22 July 2019
Published 31 May 2019
How should I cite an article from a journal that uses article numbers and starts pagination anew for each article?Omit the article number and page numbers, as shown in the example below, because the name of the author and the title of the journal are sufficient . . .
Published 27 March 2019
Published 11 December 2018
If I include my published article as a dissertation chapter, how should I handle the article’s references?References in a dissertation should be in a consistent style (e.g., MLA) and location (at the end of each chapter or at the end of the . . .
Published 27 August 2018
When an article is written by several authors and each section is individually authored, how do I cite a section?Mention the author of the section you are citing in a signal phrase. For clarity, you might indicate the name of the section in your prose, especially . . .
Published 30 April 2018
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Published 9 November 2017
I am citing a paginated journal article that appears online. Should I include the page range, the URL, or the DOI as the location element in the works-cited-list entry?The location of an online work is typically indicated by a URL or DOI, one of which should be included. If the work is paginated and forms . . .
Published 11 August 2016