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SIRS Citation Guidelines

Here are step-by-step instructions for citing the information you find using your SIRS database. Ask your instructor which citation format (MLA, APA or Turabian) is preferred.

MLA (Modern Language Association) Citation Format

Periodical Article

Author's name. "Title of the Article." Original Source of Article. Date of publication: page numbers (if none, use “n.pag.”). Title of the Database. Web. Date of access (day, month and year).

Motavalli, Jim. "The Meat of the Matter." E Magazine July-Aug. 2008: 26-33. SIRS Researcher. Web. 19 March 2009.

Reference Book Article

Author name (if known). “Title of article.” Title of the Book. City of Publication: Publisher, Year. Title of the Database. Web. Date of access (day, month and year).

Esposito, John L. Capital Punishment.” The Islamic World: Past and Present Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004. SIRS Researcher. Web. 19 March 2009.

Government Documents

Name of government. Name of Agency. Title of Publication. City of Publication: Publisher, Date of Publication. Title of the Database. Web. Date of access (date, month and year).

United States. Department of State. Background Notes: Aruba. Washington: GPO, 2009. SIRS Government Reporter. Web. 19 March 2009.

Graphics & Media

"Title of graphic." Graphic Type. Publisher, Date of Publication. Title of the Database. Web. Date of access (date, month, and year).

"Afghanistan." Map. Magellan Geographix, 1999. SIRS Researcher. Web. 19 March 2009.

"Small Business, Big Employer." Chart. MCT, 16 March 2009. SIRS Researcher. Web. 19 March 2009.

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