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Identifying Sources in Works Cited Lists and Bibliographies

Works cited lists are very effective ways to find relevant sources for your research. In order to be able to make use of the information in works cited lists, you must be able to identify the kind of source it is: is it a book, a chapter in a book, a jour

Citations to Journals and Magazines Articles

Hale, Kenneth. "Warlpiri and the Grammar of Non-Configurational Languages."Natural Language and Linguistic Theory vol. 1,

no.11983, pp. 5-47.


AUTHOR                      ARTICLE TITLE                                                                       JOURNAL TITLE                    VOLUME & ISSUE #S  YEAR PAGE #S


A citation to an article in a periodical always includes:

1. The author of the article

2. The title of the article (in quotation marks), which always appears before the title of the journal

3. The title of the journal (in italics or underlined in older publications)

5. Volume # and issue # (if issue # is given)

6. Year of publication

7. Page #s of the article


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