|Author||Date||Title||(SOURCE) Magazine Name||(SOURCE) URL|
|Author, A. A. & Author, B. B.||
|Title of magazine article.||Magazine Name.||
Magazine articles that are available online usually don't have volume or issue numbers and the focus is making sure to add the magazine name in the source, followed by the website. Remember you can always shorten a website using tinyurl.com if the link is super long.
|Author||Date||Title||(SOURCE) Magazine Name, Volume, Issue, Pages||(SOURCE) URL|
|Author, A. A.||
|Title of magazine article.||
Magazine Name, Volume #(Issue #), pages.
When you are citing a print magazine, you may or may not have all of the information listed in the table above and the example below. Some magazines only have volume numbers (and no issue numbers), some are only published once a year, some have corresponding websites and some do not. You are only required to provide what can be found in the print magazine, usually if it has a volume and issue number, it can be found in the front pages.
Patton, K. (2021, March 24). 400 years in four hours. Christian Century, 138(6), 10-11.
In-Text Citation (Paraphrase):
In-Text Citation (Direct Quote):
(Patton, 2021, p. 10).
Citation information has been adapted from the APA Manual (7th Edition). Please refer to page 320 of the APA Manual (7th Edition) for more information.