Citation Guide

by Erin Fields

The following provides researchers with guidance on referencing the Women Suffrage and Beyond: Confronting the Democratic Deficit content according to citation style guidelines. The following examples provide the most common citation styles (APA, MLA, Chicago).

 

Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) (6th edition)

In-Text Citation

To learn about in-text citations, use the following guide:

Purdue Online Writing Lab: In-Text APA Citations

Bibliographic Entry

Author Last Name, Author First Initial. (Date of Publication) Title of the Document. Retrieved from URL.

Example: 

Campbell, P. (2013, February 6). Rose Henderson. Retrieved from http://womensuffrage.org/?p=21062

 

MLA Citation Guide (7th Edition)

In-Text Citation

To learn about in-text citations, use the following guide:

Purdue Online Writing Lab: In-Text MLA Citations

Bibliography Entry

Author Last Name, First Name. “Tile of the post.” Title of the website. Publisher, date published (n.d. if no date). Web. Retrieved Day Month abbreviated. Year.

Example:

Campbell, Peter. “Rose Henderson.” Women Suffrage and Beyond: Confronting the Democratic Deficit. (6 Feb. 2013). Web. 8 Feb. 2013.

 

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition)

Footnote or Endnote

1. Firstname Lastname, “Title of Web Page,” Publishing Organization or Name of Website in Italics, publication date and/or access date if available, URL.

Example:

1. Campbell, Peter. “Rose Henderson.” Women Suffrage and Beyond: Confronting the Democratic Deficit. February 8 2013, http://womensuffrage.org/?p=21062

Bibliographical Entry

Lastname, Firstname. “Title of Web Page.” Publishing Organization or Name of Website in Italics. Publication date and/or access date if available. URL.

Example: 

Campbell, Peter. “Rose Henderson.” Women Suffrage and Beyond: Confronting the Democratic Deficit. February 8 2013, http://womensuffrage.org/?p=21062

For additional citation style support, please consult the following guide(s):

UBC Library: How to Cite

American Psychological Association: How to Cite Something You Found on a Website in APA Style

(Note – For all citation styles use the citation style guidelines for website and online content.)

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