Journal, Magazine or Newspaper article from a library database with a DOI
Sigurdson, J. F., Undheim, A. M., Wallander, J. L., Lydersen, S., & Sund, A. M. (2015). The long-term effects of being bullied or a bully in adolescence on externalizing and internalizing mental health problems in adulthood. Child & Adolescent Psychiatry & Mental Health, 9(1), 1–13. doi.org/10.1186/s13034-015-0075-2
Parenthetical citation: (Sigurdson et al., 2015)
Narrative citation: Sigurdson et al. (2015)
Journal, Magazine or Newspaper article from a library database without a DOI
Voelker, T., Love, L., & Pentina, I. (2012). Plagiarism: What don’t they know? Journal of Education for Business, 87(1), 36–41.
Parenthetical citation: (Voelker et al., 2012)
Narrative citation: Voelker et al. (2012)
eBook found in the Library Catalog
Hoyt, K. (2012). Long shot: Vaccines for national defense. Retrieved from http://libproxy.sunywcc.edu:2051/lib/sunywcc/detail.action?docID=10522597
In-text citation: (Hoyt, 2012, p. 45)
Narrative citation: (Hoyt 2012)
The purpose of the in-text citation is to direct the reader to the full citation in the Works Cited page.
Creating a path from:
The original source to
Your text using in-text citations to
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You need to cite where your information came from in the body of your paper (in-text/parenthetical citations) AND on a References page at the end. You will have an in-text citation and a corresponding full citation on your References page for each source you use.
In-text citations and references work together.
Any in-text citation in your paper will have a corresponding reference citation in your References list beginning with the author's last name and the year the article was published.
Examples of in-text citations using the same source.
Payne and Salotti (2007) suggest that if an individual has strong attachments to peers, parents, and their school, they are less likely to engage in criminal behavior (p. 555).
It has been suggested that individuals with strong attachments to peers, parents, and their school are less likely to engage in criminal behavior (Payne & Salotti, 2007, p. 555).
“If an individual is strongly attached to someone, he cares what that person thinks of him and will, therefore, not want to do anything to disappoint that person (Payne & Salotti, 2007, p. 555.)
Example of how this source would appear on your list of references
Payne, A. & Salotti, S. (2007). A comparative analysis of social learning and social control theories in the prediction of college crime. , (6), 553–573. doi:10.1080/01639620701357933
In-text citation for:
One author (Luna, 2020)
Two authors (Salas & D’Agostino, 2020)
Three or more authors (Martin et al., 2020)