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how to cite periodical
Transcript of how to cite periodical
How to cite a periodical... We are going to look at how to cite an article in a magazine... First, you would check to see if the magazine is issued monthly, by year, or weekly. Let's just say that the magazine was issued every month.
Second, because the magazine is issued monthly, you would give just the month and the year.
Third, write the name of the author, last name then first, then place a period after.
Fourth, put the name of the article in quotations next and put a period.
Fifth, put the name of the magazine in italics.
Sixth, put the month (abbreviated) and year and place a period at the end.
Seventh, put the word "PRINT" because the article is in print.
Here are some examples of periodical citations: Why do we cite Periodicals? One example of a periodical is Time Magazine 1. Walsh, Brian, Containing Oil Spill Is Still Mostly Talk. Times Inc. 2 May 2010. Web. 1 May 2010. 2. Holfman, Regina. Top 10 Enviromental Disasters. Times Inc. 2 May 2010. Web. 1 May 2010. The reason we cite our sources, in this case, periodicals, is because all people deserve credit for their work. You want to make sure that you don't plagiarize someone else's work because it is unfair to them. Also so that we do not get in trouble for plagiarlizing. 3. Coll, Bryan. Old Divisions and New Deals in N. Ireland's Elections. Times Inc. 2 May 2010. Web. 1 May 2010.