Author Last Name, First Name. Book Title. The Publisher, Publication Date.
Author Last Name, First Name. “Title of Selection/Chapter.” Book Title, edited by Editor Name, The Publisher, Publication Date, pp. Page Numbers.
Author Last Name, First Name. “Title of the Work.” Publication Information. Name of the Database, Location. Date of Access.
Author Last Name, First Name. "Title of the Work." Publication Information, Location. Date of Access.
Note: If the journal is online-only and does not include page numbers, you can omit them from your citation.
Author Last Name, First Name. “Title of the Document.” Website Name, Date of Publication, Location. Date of Access.
Adapted from: Everyday Writer, 4th ed. (Lunsford)
1. Citation Using a Signal Phrase
In his discussion of Monty Python Routines, Crystal notes that the group relished “breaking the normal rules” of language (107).
2. Parenthetical Citation
A noted linguistic explains that Monty Python humor often relied on “bizarre linguistic interactions” (Crystal 108).
3. Multiple Authors
Gortner, Hebrun, and Nicolson maintain that “opinion leaders” influence other people in an organization because they are respected, not because they hold high positions (175).
4. Unknown Author
One analysis defines hype as “an artificially engendered atmosphere of hysteria” (“Today’s Marketplace” 51).
Source: Everyday Writer, 4th ed. (Lunsford)