Citations for Newspapers: The most basic entry for a newspaper consists of the author name sarticle title, newspaper name, publication date, page numbers, and sometimes a URL, if found online.
State the name of the publisher. The Joy Luck Club.
The title should be centered in the middle of the page. Citations for Interviews: Begin your citation with the name of the person interviewed. Examples: Ferraro, Gary, and Susan Andreatta, editors.
Modernist Heresies: British Literary History, If your research project focuses on an additional individual besides the author, or you feel as though including other contributors will help the reader locate the source themselves, include their names in the citation.
For email messages, the subject of the email is the title. Benjamin, Chloe. However, a more recent study, released infound that the average student spends 42 minutes completing homework S. Citations for Encyclopedias The most basic entry for an encyclopedia consists of the author name sarticle title, encyclopedia name, publisher, and year published.
Dutton, Non-Alphabetical Order The majority of reference lists are organized in alphabetical order. Include the publisher for any source type except for websites when the name of the publisher is the same as the name of the website.