How do you cite one source in a paper?
Even if you are only referencing one source, you still need to list it. Use the following basic format: Surname, Forename. Title of publication (italicized). Publisher’s Location: Publisher, Year.
What happens if an article doesn’t have a DOI?
When an article does not have a DOI, note the journal in which the article was published. You will then do a Web search for the homepage of the journal. To find the journal homepage, search the Web for the journal title. Put the title inside quotation marks, so that you are searching that exact sequence of words.
When should you directly quote a source?
ALWAYS CITE, in the following cases:
- When you quote two or more words verbatim, or even one word if it is used in a way that is unique to the source.
- When you introduce facts that you have found in a source.
- When you paraphrase or summarize ideas, interpretations, or conclusions that you find in a source.
Does every article have a DOI?
There are a couple of important things to know about DOIs. Not every article or resources has a DOI. DOIs are not related to the peer-review status of an article. Both peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed articles can have DOIs.
How do I find an ISSN for an article?
In the JSTOR Database, Find a link next to the title of the journal, named “Publication Info.” That will pop up the publication info where you will find the ISSN! Once you select an article, notice the ISSN on the bottom on the detailed record page of the database.
How do you quote a newspaper article in MLA?
Format. Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of Article: Subtitle if Any.” Name of Newspaper [city of newspaper if city name not in name], Date of Publication, p. Page number if given.
How do you cite an article with the same title?
If you cite two works by the same author, you must provide a short title in your in-text citation, and if two or more works by an author have the same title, additional information is needed so that the reference, if not quite as brief, will be clear.