Articles from Journals: Examples for Works Cited
Full Text Journal Article from a Database
Manual 6th ed, 2010
Holton, W. (1994). The
Ohio Indians and the coming of the
American Revolution in Virginia. The Journal of
453-478. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org
"In general, it is not necessary
to include database information. Journal coverage in a
particular database may change over time; also, if using an
aggregator such as EBSCO, OVID, or ProQuest (each of which
contain many discipline-specific databases, such as PsycINFO),
it may be unclear exactly which database provided the full
text of an article." (APA Publication Manual, 6th ed. 2010
archival documents (e.g. discontinued journals, monographs,
dissertations, or papers not formally published) can only be
found in electronic database such as ERIC or JSTOR.
When the document is not easily located through its primary
publishing channels, give the home or entry page URL for the
online archive."(APA Publication Manual, 6th ed. 2010 p.
MLA 7th ed., 2009
Holton, Woody. "The Ohio Indians and the Coming of the American
Revolution in Virginia."
Journal of Southern History 60.3 (1994): 453-478.
JSTOR. Web. 31
Chicago/Turabian 7th ed.,
Holton, Woody. "The Ohio Indians and the Coming of
the American Revolution in Virginia. " The
of Southern History 60 (August
http://www.jstor.org/stable/2210989 (accessed July 31,
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