How do I find the journal title of an article?
Look near the article title or at the bottom of the first page. Article title: Always on the first page, toward the top. Periodical title: May appear at the top or bottom of the first page. Sometimes repeated at the bottom of subsequent pages (with volume, issue and page numbers).
What do you use if no page number for an article is provided?
If there are no page numbers given:
- Indicate the paragraph number instead of the page number with the word “para.” before it.
- If there are headings, give the name of the heading, followed by the word “section” and the number of the paragraph within the section it is from.
How do you find out who wrote an article?
Look at the top and bottom of an article. Many websites that employ contributing and staff writers will often display the author name at the top or bottom of an article. This is the first place you should look for an author.
How do I find a citation for an article?
Search Google Scholar for a particular article In the search box type the title of the article (you can use quotation marks around the title to make Google search it as a phrase but this is often unnecessary). Find the article in the results list and the citations to it will be at the botom of the citation.
What to do if there is no author for a citation APA?
- Citations are placed in the context of discussion using the author’s last name and date of publication.
- When a work has no identified author, cite in text the first few words of the article title using double quotation marks, “headline” style capitalization, and the year.
How do I find out when an article was published?
Turn to Google In Google type “inurl:” followed by the URL of the article in question and hit search. Just below the title, and before the excerpt, the original date will sometimes be displayed. This will only happen if Google can easily figure out the date of publication based on the HTML of the website in question.
Where is the publication date on an online article?
For articles published online, the first place to look for the publication date is right beneath the article title. The date may also be displayed at the end of an article, near the author biography. As a last resort, check the footer area of the website where the article is published.
How do you in text cite an article with no page number?
MLA in-text citation style uses the author’s last name and the page number from which the quotation or paraphrase is taken, for example: (Smith 163). If the source does not use page numbers, do not include a number in the parenthetical citation: (Smith).
How do you reference if there is no author?
When a web page has no identifiable author, cite in the text the first few words of the reference list entry, usually the title and the year, note the title of the web page is italicised. References: Title of web page or document Year, Publisher (if applicable), viewed Day Month Year, .
How do I find out who published an article online?
If you are ever unsure about the information on a Web page and want to know who owns the site or has published the material, go to www.easywhois.com. If we continue using this site as an example, we would do the following: In the search box labeled Whois Lookup type martinlutherking.org.
What to do if you can’t find the author of an article?
No Author. If no author or creator is provided, start the citation with the title of the source you are citing instead. Use the first one, two, or three main words from the title, in either italics or in “quotation marks” (the same way it is written in your Works Cited list).