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  1. Cite website apa no date
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  3. ❤️  Link №1: https://bit.ly/2NPcbhO
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  5. ❤️  Link №2: http://texquedetint.fastdownloadcloud.ru/dt?s=YToyOntzOjc6InJlZmVyZXIiO3M6MjQ6Imh0dHA6Ly9zdGlra2VkLmNvbV8yX2R0LyI7czozOiJrZXkiO3M6MjQ6IkNpdGUgd2Vic2l0ZSBhcGEgbm8gZGF0ZSI7fQ==
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  79. Citing Indirect Sources If you use a source that was cited in another source, name the original source in your signal phrase. Describe the source in brackets. The in-text citation should appear at the end of a sentence to adhere to APA style guidelines.
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  81. You can cite a website using the title name, organization that published the page, or anonymous, depending on the information available. I am excited to be able to share with you a wealth of information, tips, and essential strategies to impeccable academic writing. Q: This page describes citing specific webpages and website articles.
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  83. APA: Website - Look next to the author's name or scroll down to the bottom of the page to find the date of publication. Check out or the APA Publication Manual 6th ed.
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  85. For the past 8 years I have been editing for professors and students at Ivy League and other prestigious universities. I am excited to be able to share with you a wealth of information, tips, and essential strategies to impeccable academic writing. Wherever you are in your academic career, I'm looking forward to helping you take your writing to the next level. Please join me in the to get started. Welcome again, and see you on the other side! Cite an article or content from a Web site with no author or page number This is definitely a confusing issue, and I think that the APA Manual could do much better with examples for citing content on a web page the closest example is probably section 7. The following video and examples show how to cite information from an article or other electronic content that has no author or date. The video shows how to cite a website without an author, date, etc. Here is an example from an article from history. Note that this is different from taking an article from a site where the author either individual or corporate is known. For instance, if you have an official report from a government agency, nonprofit organization, or corporate site that does not list an author, you could follow some of the examples in APA section 7. In any case, back to our example of a site that is a little less clear: U. The History Guy website. The month is not abbreviated. Then put the actual Web site as your retrieval link. Note that APA 6 does not include a period after the url APA 6. So use the spelling website in your actual references. In this case it seems that the author has established his articles on the site, so I did not include a retrieval date in the example above, but the argument could be made that this material could change too. Another good example of potentially changing material is Wikipedia although really in APA none of the examples in this post would be scholarly enough for inclusion in your article…stick to articles published by recognized organizations. In any case, if you want to include a retrieval date for the reason mentioned above, then it would be, U. The History Guy website. I will be using two examples, one that has no author, no date, no page numbers, and no section headings, and another example that is the same except it has section headings. For a Web Document That Has a Page Number For this example, I located another citation to use: Mexico. The History Channel website. Here is an example of another citation that does not have page numbers: Enough blame to go around: Causes of the Mexican-American War. So, in the text, we would cite the article like this: The U. Note that in the parenthetical citation we capitalize the words in the title APA 6. For a Web Page That Has No Page Numbers But Does Have Subheadings If the article does have subheadings, then include the section and also the paragraph number. The History Guy website. It is also a good idea for you to print out copies of Web sites like these so that you have a back up in case you are asked to defend the citations later in the process. Of course, you should be citing more academic web pages, so in most cases you will have more information. Here is our example: The beginning of hostilities in the U. If the section title is long and cumbersome, you can use a —just make sure that the reader can easily locate the section you are referring to. Note that we have to include all of the information shown in these examples even for paraphrased material. If you quote from a Web site, you would follow the same examples shown in this post except that of course you would include quotation marks around whatever you quote. I have also taught writing at the graduate and undergraduate level and have several years' TEFL teaching experience. Posted on Author Categories , Tags , , , , , , Post navigation.
  86. The month is not abbreviated. If you do not agree to these changes, you will be logged out and your account will be deactivated. Write the title in mixed case and in quotations marks. Do not put any punctuation at the end of the print, unless it appears in the URL. Reports found on the web would be italicized in the reference list, as in Examples 31, 32, and 33 on pp. Year, Month Date of publication. Count the paragraphs to figure out which paragraph you are citing. Always sin the in-text citation with parentheses after the phrase you are quoting. You can use these headings instead of the paragraph number if there are no page numbers. They would also be italicized in the in-text citation, just like a book.
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