Answered By: Erin McDaniel Last Updated: May 13, 2015 Views: 85
For this source, you will follow most of the same instructions from my previous answer to you.
Go to the Cite APA Style guide below. If you got your article from a print journal, click the Print page and look for the magazine/journal example.
If you got the article from an online journal, click the Web page and look for the examples in the first box. It makes a difference if you got your article from a database, or if you found it freely online.
If it's from an online journal from one of our EBSCO databases, then EBSCO provides the citation. Go to the EBSCO database where you found the article, and once in the article, click on the Cite icon (looks like a little piece of paper) on the right, and copy and paste the info into your Word document. You will have to correct for formatting.
For detailed instructions on how to do this, go to the Grab a Citation page, and click on the EBSCO articles link for a screenshot.
You can use the citation generator in the Grab a Citation page, also.
Purdue Owl's APA Formatting & Style guide also has great instructions and examples for these types of citations.
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