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APA Referencing refresher: Journal articles

APA Referencing

Welcome to this Refresher on APA Referencing. 

Use these pages to practice referencing books, ebooks, journal articles and websites in the APA style.

Journal articles

A reference is made of four parts:

  • Who? Author’s surname/s, Initial/s.
  • When? Year of publication
  • What? Title of the article
  • Where?  Title of the journal it is in, Volume and issue numbers, Page numbers

This information is written in the following format:

Author’s surname/s, Initial/s. (Year of publication) ‘Title of journal article.’ Title of journal (in italics), Volume number(Issue number) first and last page numbers of whole journal article.

Practice

How would you reference this journal article? 

Try it yourself

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