Examples of apa format papers

Frequently, the hallmark of any particular style manual lies in its distinctive recommendations for dealing with references and reference lists (also called bibliographies). The APA Publication Manual spells out in considerable detail how references for different types of publications, including oral, online and archival works, are addressed. Briefly, and very generally, the information in an APA reference for an essay in a journal or magazine that would go into a reference list follows this order: Last name of author followed by a comma, first name of author followed by a comma, last name and first names of any additional authors separated by commas, date of cited work in parentheses, followed by a period; title of cited work in roman, not italic, type, followed by a period; title of the journal or magazine followed by a comma, then the volume number and the issue number (the latter appears in parentheses), followed by a comma, and then page numbers, followed by a period. Specific formats for different types of publications and situations vary somewhat, so the best course for a writer is to consult the manual carefully.

Examples of apa format papers

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