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LIT - DHYG 1431 - Dental Hygiene: Citing Sources (APA)

Other Citation Generators

Use these citation generators on the web to help create your APA citations.

Ref Works

Students can access RefWorks via the library home page under databases.

RefWorks allows students to create an account, import their citations from their sources, and create folders and ultimately a bibliography.

This resource also promotes collaborative work.

Pagination vs. Issues

Continuous pagination or separate pagination are terms meaning whether one issue of a magazine/journal continues the page numbers from the previous issue or the issue starts over at 1 each time.

An example of continuous pagination is American Business Law Journal.  This journal's first issue of volume 36 ends on page 238.  Issue 2 picks back up on page 239.

An example of separate pagination is Tulane Drama Review.  This journal's first issue of volume 9 ends on page 200.  Issue 2 starts over on page 1.

Electronic Access

E-book

Pojman, L.P. & Reiman, J.H. (1998). The death penalty: For and against. Latham, MD:
     Rowman and Littlefield. Retrieved from NetLibrary database.

Chapter in an E-book

Bedau, H.A. (1999). Abolishing the death penalty even for the worst murders. In A. Sarat
     (Ed.), The killing state: Capital punishment in law, politics, and culture (pp. 40-59).
     New York: Oxford University Press. Retrieved from NetLibrary database.

Scholarly Journal (Electronic Access)
(With DOI assigned)

Cunningham, M.D., Reidy, T.J., & Sorensen, J.R. (2005). Is death row obsolete? A decade
     of mainstreaming death-sentenced inmates in Missouri. Behavioral Sciences & the
     Law
, 23, 307-320. doi:0000000/000000000000

Scholarly Journal (Electronic Access)
(no DOI assigned then include the URL of the journal home page but not hyperlinked)

Hansen, M. (2005). Will youth be served? ABA Journal, 91(5), 18-19. Retrieved from http://www.abajournal.com/

Magazine (Electronic Access)


Wittes, B. (2005, October). The executioner’s swan song. Atlantic Monthly, 296, 42-44.

Newspaper (Electronic Access)

Rushford, M. (2005, June 22). Death penalty works. USA Today, p. 14A.

Government Document (Electronic Access)

United States Department of Justice. (2002, September). The federal death penalty system
     [electronic resource]: A statistical survey (1988-2000). Retrieved from
     http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS6116

Internet Site


American Civil Liberties Union. (2004, April 9). Get educated about the death penalty.
     Retrieved from http://www.aclu.org/capital/general/10521res20040409.html

Government Documents

Government Document
Bureau of Justice Statistics. (1999). Capital Punishment 1998. Washington, DC:
     U.S. Government Printing Office.

 

Articles (Print format)

Scholarly Journal
(Continuous pagination)
Stolsenberg, L. & Stewart, J.D. (2004). Capital punishment, execution publicity and
     murder in Houston, TX. Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 94, 351-380.

(Separate pagination – each issue begins on page 1)
Davis, W.N. (2005). Inching away from death? ABA Journal, 91(9), 14-16.

Magazine
(Author anonymous)
At issue: Should states adopt moratoriums on executions? (2005, September 23).
     CQ Researcher, 15, 801-802.

(Author specified)
Jost, K. (2005, September 23). Death Penalty Controversies. CQ Researcher, 15,
     787-794.

Newspaper
Liptak, A., Roberts, J., Styczynski, J., Amster, L., Anderson, D., Begg, J., et al.
     (2005, October 5). Serving life with no chance of redemption. New York Times,
     pp. A1, A18.

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