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Internet Sites

Name of the editor, compiler, or translator (if available). Title of the Work.” (if distinct from the site) Title of the Web Site. Publisher or Sponsor of Site (if unknown, use “n.p.”), Date of publication (day, month and year; if unknown, use “n.d.”). Web. Date of access (day, month and year).

George Landow, Ed. Victorian Science: An Overview.The Victorian Web. Brown University, 14 April 2007. Web. 19 March 2009.

Leading Issues

Name of the editor, compiler, or translator (if available). Title of the Work.” (if distinct from the site) Title of the Web Site. Publisher or Sponsor of Site (if unknown, use “n.p.”), Date of publication (day, month and year; if not known, use “n.d.”) .Web. Date of access (day, month and year).

“Leading Issues: Capital Punishment Overview.” SIRS Researcher. ProQuest LLC, 2009. Web. 19 March 2009.

APA (American Psychological Association) Format

Full-Text Articles

References format:

Author, Initial. (date of original source). Article title. Original Source of Article, page numbers. Retrieved [month day, year] from [source] database ([name of database]).

Frick, R. (1999, February). Investing in medical miracles. Kiplinger's Personal Finance, pp. 80- 87. Retrieved February 25, 2004 from SIRS Knowledge Source database (SIRS Researcher).

Note entry:

Instead of footnote or endnote, the author's last name and the publication year/date of access are placed in parentheses within the body of the text. If the author's name is not available, cite the first two or three words of the article's title in quotes:

(Frick, 1999/February 25, 2004)

("Investing in," 1999/February 25, 2004)

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