How do I find the title of a periodical publication?

How do I find the title of a periodical publication?

Notice that, in every style, the journal title is listed after the article title. Citations for magazine and newspaper articles are the same in this regard (that is, the periodical title will be the second title that you see). APA: Author, J. A. & Author, J. B. (Year).

How do you quote a periodical?

Bibliography: Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of Article.” Name of Journal volume number, issue number (Date of Publication): pages. URL or database or doi number or App used.

Is article number and issue number the same?

If a journal article has a DOI, include the DOI in the reference. Always include the issue number for a journal article.

How do you quote a journal article in a paper?

In-text citations for journal articles include the same basic information that all in-text citations include: author’s last name, publication year, and when needed, the page number. This information appears either narratively (as part of the sentence) or parenthetically.

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