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For a detailed list referencing a variety of magazine/journal articles, see the Library's Page on Referencing Book Sources.

 

1 Author: 

Author’s surname, Initials. (Year, Month Day). Title of article. Title of JournalVolume(Issue), pages.

e.g. Giroux, H. (2000). Public pedagogy as cultural politics: Stuart Hall and the ‘crisis’ of culture. Cultural Studies, 14(2), 341-360.

In-text:

e.g. (Giroux, 2000)

 

2 Authors: 

Author’s surname, Initials., & Second surname, Initials. (Year, Month Day). Title of article. Title of JournalVolume(Issue), pages

e.g. Wilson, D. S., & Wilson, E. O. (2007, November 3). Survival of the selfless. New Scientist, 196(2628), 42-46

In-text: (1st Authors Surname & 2nd Authors Surname, Year) 

e.g. (Wilson & Wilson, 2007)

 

3 – 5 Authors: 

Reference List: Author’s surname, Initials., Second Surname, Initials., & Third Surname, Initials. (Year, Month Day). Title of article. Title of JournalVolume(Issue), pages.

e.g. Ganster, D. C., Mayes, B. T., Sime, W. E., & Tharp, G. D. (1982). Managing organizational stress: A field experiment. Applied Psychology, 67(5), 533-542.

First in-text: (1st Authors Surname,  2nd Authors Surname, 3rd Authors Surname, 4th Authors Surname, 5th Authors Surname, Year) 

e.g. (Ganster, Mayes, Sime, & Tharp, 1982)

Subsequent citations: (1st Authors Surname etal., Year) 

e.g. (Ganster et al., 1982)

 

6 – 7 Authors: 

Reference List: First Surname, Initials., Second Surname, Initials., Third Surname, Initials., Fourth Surname, Initials., Fifth Surname, Initials., & Sixth Surname, Initials. (Year, Month Day). Title of the article. Title of the Journal, Volume(Issue), pages.

e.g. Berry, N., Charmeil, C., Goujon, C., Silvy, A., Girard, P., Corcuff, C., & Montastier, C. (1999). A clinical, biometrological and ultrastructural study of xerotic skin. International Journal of Cosmetic Science, 21(4), 241–252.

In-text: (1st Authors Surname et al., Year) 

e.g. (Berry et al., 1999)

 

8+ Authors: 

Reference List: If there are eight or more authors, include the first six authors, followed by an ellipsis (. . .) then the last author’s name.

e.g. Sohrabi, H. R., Weinborn, M., Badcock, J., Bates, K. A., Clarnette, R., Trivedi, D., ... Martins, R. N. (2011). New lexicon and criteria for the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Lancet Neurology10(4), 299-300.

In-text: (1st Authors Surname et al., Year)

e.g. (Sohrabi et al., 2011)

 

 

 

 

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