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How to cite a journal article in APA Style
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Published on November 5, by Jack Caulfield. Revised on March 15, An APA Style citation for a journal article includes the author name s , publication year, article title, journal name, volume and issue number, page range of the article, and a DOI if available. Use the buttons below to explore the format. The article title appears in plain text and sentence case, while the journal name is italicized and in title case all major words capitalized. When viewing a journal article online, the required information can usually be found on the access page.
APA Citation Style, 6th Edition: Home
Available in the library. This guide is based on the APA Manual 6th ed. This manual is not published online, but is available in electronic format via Amazon. The information below is copied with permission from the APA's official blog , and contains many useful links to examples, tutorials, explanations and frequently asked questions about APA style.
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