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Citing Business Resources - APA Style 6th Edition

Academic Journal Articles

 

Reference List

 

TEMPLATE

Author, A. (year of publication). Title of article. Name of journal, volume number(issue number), page number(s). doi: doi number

EXAMPLE

Belboula, I., Ackermann, C.-L., Mathieu, J.-P., Cuny, C. (2019, March). Consumers' responses to product design: Using a Semantic Priming Task to assess automatic understanding of product positioning. International Journal of Market Research, 61(2), 140-156. doi:10.1177/1470785318777429

DID YOU KNOW?

► Publishers assign a digital object identifier (DOI) to an article when it is published.

► The DOI identifies the article's content and provides a persistent link to the article online.

In-text Citation: Paraphrase

 

TEMPLATE

(Author's last name, year of publication)

EXAMPLE

(Belboula, Ackermann, Mathieu, & Cuny, 2019)

In-text Citation: Quote

 

TEMPLATE

(Author's last name, year of publication, page number)

EXAMPLE

(Belboula, Ackermann, Mathieu, & Cuny, 2019, p. 152)

Find the Info

 

Detailed record in library database highlighting publication info

 

  • from results list in library database, open detailed record for journal article
  • find TITLE in large text at top of record
  • find AUTHOR in Authors field below title
  • find JOURNAL, DATE, VOLUME/ISSUE, and PAGE NUMBER in Source field below Authors field
  • find DOI in DOI field near the end of the record